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The sesame chicken and chicken lo mein were to die for. This food was delicious in every sense of the word. Also, you can feel safe dining in as the tables are socially distanced. We would highly recommend this place.
Christmas day metro to Chinatown. Orders dumplings which was blend (no taste). Mongolian need had chucks of ginger - if you don’t like to bite into chunks of ginger, I’d avoid this dish. Chicken Schazuan was decent but not sure if we’d go back.
The Full Kee was nothing special. First the appetizers. The dumplings were huge and I mean huge. Of the three, two were over cooked and the other under cooked; they were not tasty but just soggy and gray. My wife ordered an egg roll; it...came 5 minutes after the dumplings and was over cooked—-honestly I never knew one could burn an egg roll.
The main dishes were very large; we could have ordered one plate to share. As with the appetizers there was no real taste that one expects with Pan Pacific Rim food.
There was no alcohol served and, a real first, there was no tea.
We should have looked at other places as there were many restaurants close by. There must be better Chinese restaurants as the Full Kee just was not that good.
Will not return nor recommend to friends.More
We needed a meal pronto before an event was starting. They did a great job of taking our order and having our food to us in five minutes. The food itself was tasty in that classic Chinese restaurant way.
You have to choose your dishes very carefuly as some are excellent while others are rather poor. The best opener is the shrimp dumpling without noodles. The stir fry eggplant is really deep fried and is oily and mushy. The string beans are OK if...you tell the waitress that they should be stir fried with little oil. The snow pea pods can be quite good but very inconsisitant - one time it is superb while another time it is chewy and tasteless.. If you like duck, the version here is quite good.More
We were all very excited to go there as it had been recommended. Unfortunately it was not good at all. Dishes with chicken hardly had any chicken, the seafood fried rice had little seafood. We had to go find staff as they made no effort...to visit our table. Thumbs down.More
The service was mediocre at best. Actually it wasn't even that good. The restaurant is not very clean. The food was pretty good. However the shining star of the Full Kee is there hot and sour soup! The soup truly was delicious. We paid our...bill left a cash tip and were told by the waitress it was not enough of a tip. Talk about awkward! Instead of walking out we gave her 3 more dollars which ended up being 18% tip for poor service with glasses of water as a beverage.More
Stopped here for a quick lunch while on the way to the National Portrait Gallery. The lunch menu was very reasonably priced. Service was excellent and the food was good. The only complaint was the egg roll was slightly salty.
I had the Moo Goo...Gai Pan. The portion size was good and the food was cooked well.
DH had the combination fried rice and said it was good.More