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Posted by Anonymous on 02/11/2012
My family and I have been going to Ting Wong as our go-to Chinatown restaurant for about 7 or 8 years and have NEVER had a bad experience. ALthough it isn't the coziest of restaurants, the food is authentic, always hot and fresh, and a great value. My mom has referred to Ting Wong as a "Chinese McDonalds" because it is so inexpensive and the food comes out literally within four or five minutes of ordering, piping hot. If you're looking for amazing roast pork, fresh steamed vegetables, or a superb seafood pan fried noodle (each less than ten dollars a piece) then Ting Wong is the place to go!
Posted by Morgan on 05/25/2010
I was first introduced to this place years ago when my friends and i would come for cheap, hangover-cure lunches on the weekend. The roast duck on rice was jaw-droppingly cheap ($4.50) and unlimited free hot tea was just what the doctor ordered. Ting wong was a no frills sort of place. The meat hanging in the front kitchen is exactly what they serve. The entrance is usually crowded with people getting take-out. When they're busy you may feel a little rushed, but service is super fast and always friendly if a bit no-nonsense. Since then, nothing has really changed. I still come for the meat over rice dishes. I love the fast service and, besides wong wong down the street, i havent seen the prices matched (and they haven't gone up since my college days). I've recently heard that this is a great place to get a nice homestyle bowl of congee for breakfast so i am definitely planning to try that out as well. Ting wong is amazing. You wont regret trying it out.
Posted by p0ppintagz on 02/12/2007
This place was awesome from the start. They served one of the best wontons, congee, roasted duck and chicken in the city. They never had the best service, but the food and price was decent. However, the prices have risen to almost doubled! I know we're going through some inflation but this is rediculous. $6 for a pork and rice dish that everyone else sells for $3.50?!