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4 based on 19 reviews
I liked everything here, except the last trip. Back before the Great Depression of 2008, you coyld gwt great sushi at quite a few places. Restaurants were packed, and the turn-over of inventory was fast. Now given the poor state of the economy (Yeah Washington, 40 % of American's not looking for work is a problem), I am very careful where I order Sushi, and check it out as thoroughly as possible. My son and I ordered some Superwhite and himachi. I notice a dull colour on several pieces. Before I could grab the waiter, I hadn't noticed that my son ate two pieces. Well, let's just say that he paid the price for bad fish.I personally feel that there is no excuse for serving bad fish. I won't be back.
4 based on 26 reviews
Gotta go for Mongolian beef, egg rolls, shrimp fried rice, egg foo yon, and egg rolls...plenty of leftovers if need be....
4 based on 25 reviews
Fine take out Chinese food. What you would expect from a typical carry out Chinese restaurant. Have not found any meals here which are unusual or exceptional. Lunch special is a great deal. Fruit smoothies are made to order with fresh fruit and an unexpected highlight to eating here. Service is fast.
4 based on 19 reviews
I have visited twice, once for lunch and once for dinner. Both times I was impressed with the fast and attentive service despite having only one server to handle the 5 tables with guests. The lunch specials are a must...soup, appetizer and entree for $6.95. Excellent for a budgeted pocketbook and a tight lunch schedule. The dinner, similarly, had an extensive selection with very reasonable prices. I had the seafood friend rice entree....loved it!
4 based on 13 reviews
A huge selection of everything from basic chop suey, to more exotic dishes. As with most Chinese restaurants, Wing Wah is mostly Cantonese, but, unlike many other Cantonese-heavy places, where Mongolian and Szechuan food tastes like Cantonese with a bunch of red pepper poured onto it, the folks here understand the cuisine. You can choose from a selection of about thirty lunch specials, all including a best-in-the-South-Suburbs egg roll, and fried rice (white rice can be substituted). These are also available at dinner time (post-3:30pm), for fifty cents more. Very handy when several people cannot decide on one or two entrees. There are also some delicious special entrees, big-enough to feed two. Excellent combinations of Szechuan, Mongolian, Kung Po, Moo Shu, Satay, and other delights. Of course, the popular entrees like chow mein, egg foo young, and sweet-and-sour are available, along with several kinds of fried rice, and a good selection of appetizers and soups.Youâll probably find what you like at Wing Wah.This is a combination take-out place, or eat-in, with most people choosing the former.
Their egg rolls are the best I've ever had in any Chinese restaurant!! They have excellent service and in under 30 minutes prepared 50 egg rolls laid out beautifully for me in a tray. When they cooled down I repacked them, put in a cooler, and flew them 1500 miles on a flight home!!! Thank you China Star!!!
We came here on Saturday night, October 19, 2013. The Panda Express building is located in a shopping area, so there is plenty of parking. It was located just over a mile from the Best Western hotel that my girlfriend and I were staying at in the evening. This Panda Express closed at 10:00 p.m. We arrived a little past 9:30 p.m. The food was fresh and hot. The portions were huge, and tasted delicious. The staff at this Chinese buffet were cheerful, and upon request gave us extra sweet and sour sauce on the side at no additional charge. The price paid for our take-out food was reasonable for the amount of food given to us. If you like this kind of Chinese restaurant, you will be happy with the food and price at this Panda Express.
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