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Amazing 66

8 reviews
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$30 and under
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  • Good for Groups
  • Kid-friendly
  • Fit for Foodies

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A classic Chinatown restaurant, Amazing 66 offers up a comprehensive array of traditional, modern Chinese fare. A lunch and dinner menu, as well as take out options are available. Patrons can anticipate iconic menu listings that includes an array of pan fried noodle dishes, rice dishes and more.

As a Szechuan styled restaurant, Amazing 66 can satisfy those who have a craving for the spicier side of Chinese food, but they also have plenty of low-key options too. Specialties and chef's recommendations include the crispy silver fish, baked conch, ginseng and black chicken soup and the house baked spare ribs. Desserts, cocktails and so much more await you when you visit Amazing 66.

Dining Style
Casual Dining
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Hours of operation
Daily: 11:00am - 11:00pm
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Phone number
(212) 334-0099
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Payment options
MasterCard, Visa
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Dress code
Smart Casual
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What 8 People Are SayingWrite a review
Overall ratings and reviews
3.7  based on all time ratings
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58% of people would recommend it to a friend
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HK65 (Toronto)
2.0  Dined on February 23, 2014

Have eaten much better authentic chinese for much less. Poor service - cantine sphere.

Steve (Philadelphia)
4.0  Dined on December 30, 2013

Really enjoyed the dishes. A lot of food for a low price. If you're there don't just do the regular asian dishes. Try something exciting because they do exciting very well.

LikeToEat (New England)
5.0  Dined on December 29, 2013

A rare find for Lobster Cantonese (egg and minced pork) though a bit pricey. Chinese vegetable was fresh and tasty in its soup style. Fried oysters were amazing and the Peking was great with scallion, melons and hoisin sauce. The Honey Garlic Chicken which is usually tasty and juicy was a bit dry this time, but despite this minor criticism, all of us raved about the authenticity and freshness of the Cantonese cuisine. The service was also impeccable in providing fresh plates throughout the dinner and the dessert (lychees, oranges and red bean dessert soup) was the icing on the proverbial cake. Group had a great time and would highly recommend this restaurant for those who would like authentic Cantonese food.

vipDrLeeandDrLee (New York Area)
1.0  Dined on December 7, 2013

no flavor, does not believe in using salt or pepper as a start. horrible

vipSteve (New York Area)
4.0  Dined on August 30, 2013

My family and I call this place Wong Seung Wong, which I think means "kIng of kings"? We've been here well over 8 times, and while in the beginning, the dishes were very well done, the taste and quality then dipped. We decided to favor other Cantonese places in Chinatown. However, in our last 3 trips to this restaurant through the past year, the dishes came out on top again, tasty and nicely cooked, with good fresh ingredients. My brother loves the Peking Pork Chops. My gf loves the "sloppy" oyster scallion dish, and I love their salt / pepper pork chops, crispy roast chicken, and the kind service (!). While the place has its faults (gf said lobster isn't so fresh, I think the place is packed, and the beef dishes so-so), we will return.

vipOpenTable Diner (Tampa)
3.0  Dined on August 18, 2013

Interesting menu, but servers didn't know enough English or case enough to help explain much. We were alone for lunch on a Sunday - never a good sign. Mediocre food, when we finally did get something. Sake ok, as was everything else. Just ok. Find another restaurant in Chinatown.

vipMing (Washington DC)
5.0  Dined on May 13, 2013

We ate some delicious dlishes: roast chicken (jo ju gai), steamed whole flounder, sizzling beef fillet, Szechuan eggplant, tofu stuffed with shrimp.

Mountaincoco (Washington DC)
4.0  Dined on April 5, 2013

I made a reservation at Amazing 66 based on the fact that we wanted an authentic restaurant in Chinatown. So, I called them to verify that my Open Table check would be honored. At first, they said that they would not honor it; but after Open Table "reminded" them of their obligation, they called back to say that they made a mistake. In their defense, they are new to Open Table. But this speaks to the largest issue that we had there...the level of English leaves a great deal to be desired. It is not a problem if everything is understood. It is if you have a non-standard question.

However, the food was excellent..I really enjoyed it, and so did my guests (young and old). We would most certainly come here again. And who doesn't lo