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99 Favor Taste Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Today 12:00 pm – 3:00 am
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285 Grand St New York, NY 10002
285 Grand StreetUSNew YorkNew York10002
Chinese RestaurantToday 12:00 pm – 3:00 am
Monday 12:00 pm – 3:00 amTuesday 12:00 pm – 3:00 amWednesday 12:00 pm – 3:00 amThursday 12:00 pm – 3:00 amFriday 12:00 pm – 3:00 amSaturday 12:00 pm – 3:00 amSunday 12:00 pm – 3:00 am
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Sizable all-you-can-eat Asian buffet with contemporary decor, plus beer, wine & sake.- Google
"You can do all you can eat hot pot and korean bbq."
"This a good all you can eat hot pot or Korean BBQ restaurant in Chinatown."
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Mei Ly
2 months ago
Food was decent and price was unbeatable for unlimited BBQ and hotpot. Place seems very clean and food was good. The staffs were friendly and treated us professionally. You need to reserve. It is very popular place. And great for big party. I will go again. Now I have a big belly... Lol
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Julie Xiao
2 months ago
This a good all you can eat hot pot or Korean BBQ restaurant in Chinatown. It's clean and there's a variety of items you can order. They have a lot of fresh seafood and meat items so it's a good deal. There's a sauce bar in the back where you can mix your own sauces for hot pot or BBQ. They're pretty fast so you can you order a lot of things and even if you don't finish in 2 hours, they won't kick you out immediately. Also, if it's your birthday, you can show your ID to get your meal for free.
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Ron Spaulding
2 months ago
Good BBQ!! Three hours at an all you can eat bbq with a party of 8 at $27.00 pp is great!! This includes the tip. If u like beef, order the beef strips!
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Christian Lau
6 months ago
I came here for dinner on a weeknight. It was pretty busy but luckily I did not have to wait for a table. Unfortunately, I had to share the large table with a couple of tourist who never had hot pot before. I was nice enough to tell them how to get the sauces and other stuff. I ordered the all you can eat hot pot. I got almost every item they ordered at least once. A few of my favorites is the fish tofu, seaweed knots, fish balls, sliced lamb, and straw mushrooms. I also got the herbal broth as it reminds me of the soup I grew up drinking growing up. I would have to come back with a couple of more people. As the single portions for doesn't come out in a big bounty when you have a few people at your table. The servers were nice. I ordered food 4 times and the servers did not judge me.I definitely will come back but with people that like hot pot.
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Lena Wu
a month ago
I'm an enormous fan of hot pot. The restaurant provides good value for the price. You can do all you can eat hot pot and korean bbq. I have only tried the hot pot so far, and I immensely enjoyed the meal. The service was fantastic; the servers changed my plate, offered me extra napkins, were always close by, quickly brought the food, and gave me a stick of gum at the end of my meal. The sauce bar had everything I wanted--sacha, Sriracha, cilantro, etc. The quality of the ingredients was good. What especially differentiates this restaurant from other hot pot restaurants is the cleanliness and nice decor. I'm intrigued by the VIP points system that is starting in a month.
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Ron Lai
5 months ago
I have to say that I'm still on the fence with 99 Favor Taste, as they clearly are overwhelmed practically all the time, especially when it comes to ordering more. Whether this is deliberate or not is circumstantial, however they employ a lot of staff that do no speak English at all, and that doesn't help alleviate the problem of customer service, which is often severely lacking when it comes to flagging down people for stuff. As far as hot pot goes, it is delicious with the broths ordered/shared, with individual pots that can be shared between two people.
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Maggie Liu
4 months ago
AYCE hotpot is incredibly affordable at $21.99 and worth it. Make reservations a week in advance for weekend dinner - the optimal party size seems to be 4 as parties of 2 may get sat next to another party of 2 at the same table. Be prepared to unleash your glutton and EAT! Extensive make-your-own-sauce bar and efficient but friendly service made for a pleasant dining experience. You can always reload your hotpot but you need to be aggressive at times about waving down the servers. Classy and clean establishment with tasteful decor and high ceilings (a rarity amongst Ctown restaurants known more for their taste in food than in decor). Wait can be a pain for walkins and the waiting corridor leading to the restaurant is jampacked with too many people and too few seats. Still, a gem for a big group feast.
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Dianna Chou
5 months ago
AYCE hotpot place. Food: - Hotpot: A lot of variety of meats and veggies to choose from. A few hot pot ingredients have a special additional a la carte as well, but you won't miss out if you don't get any of them. You can choose from about 6 different base broths - pork bone, spicy, herbal are some. - Korean BBQ: Good variety of meat as well - comes at an additional cost if you also want ayce BBQ in addition to ayce Hotpot. - Drinks at extra cost - Free scoop of ice cream if you check-in on social media. It was 40 per person for hot pot (I think we got a couple special items too)+bbq including tax and tips Ambiance: - Large, 2 story place - Large plastic bags to protect your jackets - They take your order with ipads - The large tables can seat about 8, and there is a large communal hotpot and BBQ grill. There are also several individual size hotpot placements. Service: good
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