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David's Mai Lah Wah
Posted by Lj on 01/21/2015
I agree with reviewer 1/7/15. We used to go there once a week. We stopped go there because of the "rude waiter". I don't understand why the owner still keep that waiter there. David will loose customer because of this waiter. Food is fine. We like it.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/07/2015
Very obnoxious food servers, servers were extremely rude...never been disappointed like this in a restaurant.
Posted by Unsatisfied on 08/29/2013
I was excited to order from this restaurant because of my co-workers good reviews. Unfortunately, I can go by their taste buds because my food tasted badly. I had vegetable fried rice. The vegetables had a bad smell. How do you mess that up. The vegetable spring rolls wrapping were soft like a burrito and tasteless. The only item that was ok to my palate was the general tsao tofu. And the was not prepared per my request.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/24/2013
Have only gotten take out but would recommend the salt and pepper chicken wings. No sauce but comes with hot peppers. A really simple yet delicious dish.
Posted by Dyan on 08/11/2012
I mostly go for their dumplings and hong kong wonton soup which are out of this world. Everytime i have strayed to another dish it was great as well.
Posted by nor108 on 02/13/2012
Been going here for 15yrs & I will never go back. Quality of food was poor & the service is obnoxious. Party of 4. We ordered apps. & Entries. They brought out all the food at once. We asked them to keep the Entries warm & they said they couldn't. I ordered salt and pepper shrimp and got Tempura shrimp. My wife told them to take her's back. Will find a new place.
Posted by anonymous on 07/19/2011
This place's food is way worse than your standard Chinese/American restaurant's. Everything we ordered was subpar: the General Tso's Chicken (which I consider to be the old standard for Chinese cuisine in the US) is unspeakably poor, the fried dumplings too, the egg rolls are soft and bland, the 'pan fried' noodles are simply uncooked and are only edible if you douse the bland sauce that they come with in tons of soy, and everything else I had a bite of seemed less-than-mediocre at best. I can understand that one might go here after 2 am, and I admire that it is open so late and sells beer, booze, and cigarettes, but I really can't understand why anyone would make this their go-to Chinese restaurant in Philadelphia.