Find out what Chinese restaurants to try in Pomona. Pomona is a village partly in the town of Ramapo and partly in the town of Haverstraw in Rockland County, New York, United States. It is located north of New Hempstead, east of Harriman State Park, north of Monsey and west of Mount Ivy. According to the 2010 Census, the population was 3,103, a 13 percent increase from the 2000 figure of 2,726.
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4 based on 19 reviews
Seems like they change their chef.. My son loved this place before and we go there when we crave for Chinese food. Last time food was tasteless and seems more like take out food...Have not gone back since.
Neighborhood Chinese take-out or dine-in. Good stuff, I've eaten here more than once.
Unicorn opened within the last year. They serve hibachi and traditional Japanese food. My wife and I love to go there for the early bird specials from 5:30 - 6:30 where you can get very inexpensive appetizers and drinks. There is a large selection of appetizers for $3 or $4 and beers at $3. The portions of the appetizers and good and a couple can easily have plenty to eat ordering 3-5 appetizers. The staff (especially Manny) try very hard to make customers happy and satisfied. We have also eaten there during regular houjrs and find the food quite good.
Have been getting take out from this restaurant for 19 years. Same owners, always a friendly greeting. Their food is the best I've tasted in Rockland County. There are close places in the area, but none compare. They will deliver, but the time frame can be sketchy so it is worth it to pick up.
Chinatown Takeout is a disgrace. Highly over priced for ordinary Chinese take out that is poorly made. The green bean dish and the General Tso's tofu were dripping in oil, cold sesame noodles were overcooked and tasteless, the steamed vegetable dumplings just fell apart. We thought that the food would be competitive with upscale Chinese places given the New York City prices. When the food arrived, because the flimsy, plastic containers used are cheaply made, the oil had leaked out into the bag all over the cutlery and condiment packets. We could not even reseal the containers and had to put the food in our own. Do not waste your money.
4 based on 16 reviews
I have dined at Ocean Empire many times over the years and it continues to be my favorite restaurant overall. The quality and taste of the food has remained very consistent throughout. If you are knowledgeable about oriental cuisine, you can order dishes not already on their varied menu. Mr & Mrs Woo, the owners, are very hospitable and will check on the customers to make sure they are enjoying their meal. My favorites are the sub gum wonton soup and the ginger scallion flounder. Except for the soups and brown and white rice, all dishes are freshly made to order (of course if you like ready to eat microwaved food, you can always go to places like the Olive Garden :). It's not the prettiest restaurant around, but hey, you can't eat the atmosphere.
4 based on 39 reviews
The Ocean Empire Restaurant is a family-owned and operated business since 1989. We pride ourselves on being a 4-star restaurant by delivering consistent and great food and service to all our customers. Whether you are coming in for lunch, dinner, or a pri
This restaurant has become a frequent choice for my husband and I after a trip to the movies. The food is fresh, delicious and nicely presented. Staff is attentive. And it's always fun to sit in one of the booths next to the fish tanks.
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