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Reviewed March 6, 2021

It is not very often that I am tempted to write a review about a restaurant especially a bad experience one, but our recent visit to Mr. Wongs in the CBD has to be shared. The occasion was our 50th wedding anniversary and my wife...was keen to go there as part of our weekend away. We had been to Mr. Wong’s before and enjoyed it and as we were staying nearby it seemed ideal for a re-visit.. We did leave our attempt to book a bit late and could only secure a 2.15pm booking. To secure our booking, via the internet, we had to provide our card details and a $100 per head deposit. There was no reference or mention that we had to expend our $200 until after we sat down and enquired. We acknowledge the place is noisey and crowded at lunch tIme and not the best venue for significant romantic occasion as a 50th wedding anniversary. The service was up to expectations and our waiter very obliging. We ordered our food (we planned no alcoholic beverages) and about 2.45pm (eating our entrees) we were told our expenditure was only around $140 and if we wanted to order any more food we had to do so now as last orders had to be in as the kitchen closes at 3pm! We then ordered a take away meal and increased the bill to close to $170. I left the balance as a tip to our waiter. (As we’re staying in a hotel we had no way heating up our take away so we were limited somewhat on what we could order. We ate this takeaway the next night when we arrived home).ll The service was OK, the food was good, but the expectation for a couple to eat $200 worth of Chinese at lunch was not good. We did make enquires from our daughter who visited Mr. Wongs a few weeks ago and she said there was no $100 minimum expenditure per head to her knowledge. So the end of our journey is we will not be going back to Mr. Wongs and will be sharing our experience to anyone who asks, albeit to a limited audience.More

Date of visit: March 2021
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Reviewed February 18, 2020

First, the food was fine for the standard cheap Chinese stuff. And as for the review that mentioned a rat, we saw a rat on the backside of the building as we were coming down off the walkway ramp on our way to this restaurant....It stopped and looked at us, like it was warning us not to go there. The problem was how "friendly" Mr. Wong is. His English is bad to the point of being gibberish, he wouldn't stop talking an laughing, he would stop shoving food on us and he wouldn't let us leave. To make the experience even more uncomfortable, he has a Trump "Make America Great Again" bumper sticker on his big welcome sign, and he had to show us his red MAGA hat! No amount of eye-rolling and head-shaking clued him in to the fact that we found this offensive. Apparently he has relatives all over the U.S. and equates a country's leader with the country itself. He does not understand that in democracies the head of government is a temporary position. We couldn't get out of there fast enough. We should've listened to the rat.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed January 4, 2020 via mobile

The place is super friendly. You can have a super huge quantity of average cheap food. But the problem is the RAT that we saw running by the ceiling, close to the main door, by the air acon conducts. Sorry but I had to say...it.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed December 17, 2019

After living in Hong Kong for 6 months, I had not found a cheap yet tasty restaurant. After reading the reviews, I decided to give it a go with a friend, we were expecting the hype to be a little over-the-top, but actually the reviews...are very accurate. Mr.Wong is a great host, who really seems to be interested in what you have to say, and even gave us travel tips to get home faster (bonus)! The food was fantastic but we ordered so much and couldn't eat it all. 88 dollars for the amount of food and drink you get is incredible, couldn't recommend this place more!! Food recommendations: -Sweet and sour fish - 10/10 -Chicken noodles - 6/10 -Spring rolls and dumplings - 9/10 -Chicken curry - 5/10 (wasn't to my taste but my friend really enjoyed it) -Beef dish (not sure 100% of the name but Mr.Wong will surely suggest it to you) - 9/10 -Broccoli - 10/10 (definitely a stand out dish)More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed December 2, 2019 via mobile

Everything about this place is great and is a must go while you’re in HK! The food is tasty and freshly cooked and there’s so much to choose from. Mr Wong is an entertaining character who will make you laugh throughout your time there. Unlimited...food and drinks (beer, wine, etc) for $8! I’ll be returning to Wongy’s next time I’m in HKMore

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed December 1, 2019 via mobile

We came in 2016 and found our way back to Mr. Wongs in 2019! So happy to find it again! Amazing value, 80 bucks for all you can eat and drink and Mr. Wong is such a character, guaranteed to have you laughing all night!...Will be sure to tell everyone I know to go and visit Wongys when they’re in HK!!More

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed November 30, 2019 via mobile

Only expats and travelers 80hkd all you can drink and eat Food is soso and vegetarian options lacking, but atmosphere is unique and fun. Mr. Wong is also such a character.

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed November 10, 2019 via mobile

I think that the only place in HK that you will have such huge portions of food for such reasonable prices . Food is so delicious too and Mr Wong is really funny. You should try that before u leave HK

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed October 18, 2019 via mobile

Great Chinese food, a lot of it and a genuinely good host. Mr Wong is very entertaining, you can’t fail to have an enjoyable experience. It’s not fancy, just fabulous

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed October 14, 2019 via mobile

The wings are fantastic. Everything was good and great value. Owner was funny as hell! He made sure we all had a good time.

Date of visit: October 2019
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Response from _tevob2017 | Reviewed this property |
I went there 5 days ago and it didn't look like it would close any time soon.
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Hong Kong can be cheap if you stay and eat on the Kowloon side. I'd book an air bnb apartment with a good user rating. They will be small but they should be clean and have a good location. I haven't stayed at the hotel, but... More
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