Great food you must try the vegetable fried brown rice is a must have. The service was pretty good .... read more
We walked in here late one night looking for good sushi and were not disappointed. My favorite was the spicy... read more
Great sushi. Atmosphere sorta eh but great sushi. We had lobster Rangoon and edemame. Yum! Then we shared the Manhattan... read more
This review is only for Seafood Ala Jing $18.95 and Sweet & Sour soup $2.95. This is what i've been... read more
My fiancé and I order in from AA Jing at least once a week. Their food is great, service is... read more
I have lunch here almost about everyday. The sushi is amazing! Hands down the craftsman ship on the hand rolls... read more
Been coming here for years, and never disappointed. Some of the freshest, most delicious rolls I've ever had. Service is... read more
Their sesame chicken is THE best I've had. My husband and I takeout their sesame chicken at least once every... read more
We popped in because it wasn't busy, we were in a hurry and it offered soup, which sounded perfect on... read more
The food is always great and tastes fresh. I order from them at least once a week. I even ordered... read more
The best scallops I've ever eaten and the rock and roll spring rolls were awesome! This is the best Asian... read more
Amazing fresh delicious food. Very affordable prices and large portions. Very nice workers behavior be the counter that never disappoint.... read more
We always come to Jing, an oasis of calm and deliciousness in the theater district. They have the best ceviché!
Food is excellent fresh and done to perfection. Service is very good, wait staff is prompt and courteous. We will... read more
Really, really excellent Asian food. I've been here twice and it's now one of my "go to" stops in midtown.... read more
Delicious food. Quick service. Well priced
This is the best shrimp fried rice from a Chinese restaurant in NYC in several years. I judge a Chinese... read more
Had a craving for authentic Chinese food while visiting mid-town Manhattan. This place was walking distance from Time Square in... read more
Awesome place! Nice staff! Good food!
This is hands down my FAVORITE place in NYC to order sushi. I had been ordering delivery and it always... read more
Fast service good food
Delicious food. Great service!
My favorite Asian cuisine in the neighborhood! Everything is priced fairly, the food is always fantastic, and the staff is... read more
Love it! In NYC for the first time and Chinese sounded good so found this Asian option (Chinese, Asian, Thai).... read more
Awesome food, great ambience, and very good food! Their dim sum yellow buns and pork buns are delicious. It's dark,... read more
Well, is there really anything to add about schnitzi? Everyone (at least if you're a in-towner) knows it's a go... read more
Walked in on Saturday at 6 pm and copped the last open table with my partner. Well worth the visit.... read more
I loved AA Jing. Everything was authentic and done right and the service was quick. There is great ambiance and... read more
Really excellent menu and food. The fusion menu will allow you to satisfy conflicting cravings. Thai spring rolls and Chicken... read more
Been eating at this sport since I was a kid. I make a note to get some food here every... read more
This is the best Asian food I've had in a long time, not only is delicious and fresh ... it... read more
Jing, in Chinese, means an eternity obtained though a spiritual transcendence; an elevation to the next level. For 26 years, a restaurant called West Side Cottage once stood where Jing is now, perpetually serving good authentic Chinese food. However, due to competition with a multitude of Chinese takeout locations, it was very difficult to sustain even though business was consistent. Numerous other Chinese restaurants eventually closed their doors and were replaced by Thai, Vietnamese, and other trendy Asian restaurants. This kind of competition is the reason why Jing was created; a whole new restaurant, a new look, and new dishes (as well as returning traditional dishes, with a more modern execution). The name Jing is exactly what the food here aspires to. At its heart, Jing’s food is still traditionally Chinese, but the body has been lifted to a higher plane; a place where you will find modern looks, bold flavors, and eclectic accompaniments that strive to be a wholly memorable dining affair. The experience can be complemented with a variety of hand picked wines, and always includes attentive service in a alluring atmosphere. Jing is not trendy, not classical, and it is not fusion. It is transcendence.