Great Wall Chinese Reopens… For ‘Good’?

Following the Sept. 11 Department of Health shutdown of Great Wall Chinese at 60 Henry Street, in light of numerous health code violations, the restaurant had reopened for business as of Saturday, Sept. 15, with a “Pending” grade in the window, dated Sept. 13.

As previously reported, the last NYC DOH inspection available online was conducted August 29, with 29 “sanitary” violation points. Before that, on March 17, it had a “B” grade, with 24 “sanitary violations.” (Photo: Chuck Taylor)

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  • Penny Bridge

    Again, “Mr. Bloomberg, tear down this wall”

  • someone

    Hasnt Great Wall been open for days?

  • Brooklyn

    Well, that’s… great. How many times do they get to be disgusting until they can’t re-open?

  • Knight

    @someone: yes. I had food delivered from them on Thursday night. I did not know that they had been closed.

  • bagel boy

    I ate there a few times over the past 5 years. Each time it tasted pretty good, but judging from the condition of the entry way, I always felt like I was playing russian roulette with food poisoning. I did have some nasty issues once the day after… If you get from them during the rush hours and stay with basic dishes, the turnover is probably too high get really sick.

  • signoff

    How will this affect their Michelin star?

  • BH’er

    Come on, bacteria can’t survive with all that MSG around… you won’t get sick, you’ll be fine

  • David on Middagh

    ^ Another spambot fails the Turing Test.