Most Popular Chinese food in Wels, Upper Austria, Austria

May 28, 2020 Weston Hennigan

Reviews on Chinese food in Wels, Upper Austria, Austria. Wels (German pronunciation: [vɛls]) is a city in Upper Austria, on the Traun River near Linz. It is the county seat of Wels-Land, and wirth a population of approximately 60,000, the eighth largest cities in Austria.
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1. Lili Asia

Ringstrasse 29, Wels 4600 Austria Chinese, Sushi, Asian, Japanese Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Reservations, Table Service +43 650 6308002
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4 based on 30 reviews

Lili Asia

Reviewed By TeaDamjanovska

Lili Asia was recommended to me and my friends by a local we asked on the street for a good place to have a lunch. We all had a different meal and we all loved it. The ingredients are fresh, the portions big and for a reasonable price.

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2. Xu Wok & More

Salzburger Strasse 222, Wels 4600 Austria Chinese, Sushi, Asian Lunch, Dinner Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Reservations, Serves Alcohol, Table Service +43 7242 290692 http://www.xu-wok.at
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3 based on 29 reviews

Xu Wok & More

Reviewed By itravel s

one of the best chinese restaurant in Austria I have seen, kind service redcurrychicken thai with thai, ok I eat always the same but it is good

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3. Funf Sterne China-Restaurant

Pollheimerstrasse 5, Wels 4600 Austria Chinese, Asian Dinner, Lunch Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Table Service, Wheelchair Accessible +43 7242 60430 http://www.5-sterne.at
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3 based on 30 reviews

Funf Sterne China-Restaurant

Reviewed By sctorrance

There are many restaurants in Wels. There are many Asian restaurants in Wels. Therefore there is no need to come to this one. My girlfriend is vegan so usually Asian restaurants are a good choice for us because meat is not so big a focus as it is in other cuisines. She ordered the spring rolls, which on the menu had no mention of meat, just vegetables (we both speak German). She took a bite out of her first one and it had mystery meat in it so no starter for her, and her appetite completely gone. Even as a carnivore they were not good spring rolls, just cabbage and poor quality ground "pork". Our main courses were barely average, very salty and overpriced for what we got. The whole front half of the restaurant, which we didn't realise when we first chose a table, was a smoking section. A guy came in to wait for his takeaway food, sat at the next table and proceeded to chain-smoke cigarettes while chatting with a staff member so we asked to be moved. We were moved to a completely empty section in the rear which should have given us an idea of the quality of food that was about to be served to us, when no other diners were in. However, we shouldn't have worried about the solitude as the second the buffet opened our section was filled with obese families treating their (frequent) visits to the buffet like hyenas around a freshly killed wildebeest and making a similar style and level of noise. We couldn't get out of there quickly enough and I recommend you save yourself the stress by not coming in the first place.

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