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Wild Rice (CLOSED)

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  • Japanese, Sushi, Asian Fusion
  • 188 W DeKalb Pike, King of Prussia PA19406 40.096115 -75.359143
  • (At Town Center Rd)
  • (610) 337-3950
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User Ratings (Based on 31 reviews)

3.445
Food 3.7 Value 3.2
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(610) 337-3950
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 11:30am-10pm Fri-Sat: 11:30am-10:30pm Sun: 12pm-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Wild Rice

    Posted by anon on 06/13/2011

    love wild rice

    i recently visited wild rice and i had a really nice time. the food was excellent and the service was friendly and helpful. our waiter was very nice, very open, and the environment was just realxing. it was a nice place to be and my friends and i will definitely be coming back!

  • Wild Rice

    Posted by S.S. on 04/17/2011

    Expensive Food / Poor Service

    My family and I recently decided to never return or order from Wild Rice ever again. Not only is their food too expensive and poorly cooked. Many of their employees are rude and every experience has been so irritating that we prefer to discontinue eating in/out from Wild Rice.

  • Wild Rice

    Posted by kopwoman on 01/19/2011

    Wild Rice....but Spoiled Rice

    I just recently decided to give this restaurant another try since my friend suggested that we'd try it. Well, again I was disappointed. How can you possibly serve your customers, especially me an Asian woman, bad rice? When I told the waitress the rice is not fresh, she said oh they just cooked it that morning. Really? Rice that is cooked the morning of that day does not get spoiled that quickly....please give me a break. I cook rice all the time. You can say that to someone else who does not eat rice or cook rice that often but to say that to me is just an insult. If chef Gordon Ramsay had eaten that rice, the restaurant would have been heavily criticized. Gosh...what an experience. The worst part is the waitress told me she would relay my comment to the owner and yet the owner never came to my table. It's unbelievable the kind of business you receive at that restaurant. They use cheap non-fragrant rice to begin with AND on top of that they serve their customers spoiled rice. Perhaps, the name should be changed to WILD SPOILED RICE.

  • Wild Rice

    Posted by sharon on 10/18/2010

    great sushi

    We are locals and eat from this place at least once a week. The sushi is fresh and the special sushis are imaginative and delicious. The atmosphere is relaxing and quiet - a great place to get together with a group - you can hear yourself talk! With all that, the prices are affordable enough to be a go-to place when we are too rushed or pooped to fix dinner ourselves.

  • Wild Rice

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/27/2010

    A great place to get away,

    Well worth the visit.

  • Wild Rice

    Posted by Mepp on 11/15/2009

    Well worth trying

    We're regulars at Wild Rice and always enjoy the interesting dishes and mellow atmosphere. The Vietnamese pho soup is particularly good. Service can be sluggish at times but is always friendly and attentive.

  • Wild Rice

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/25/2009

    Half good, half bad

    I went to Wild Rice with my girlfriend for a Friday night date night. She wanted to eat here because she's a vegetarian and Wild Rice is very vegetarian friendly. She had the General Tso's Tofu which was actually great. I ordered the Mango Chicken and was severely disappointed. The chicken was flattened and dry, there were a totatl of 4 tiny mango slices, and the entire dish was drenched in brown sauce. Everything tasted like brown sauce. It was one of the worst dishes I've ever had. Wild Rice is hit or miss.

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