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Delicious and authentic food. Stopped by here since I was nearby and absolutely loved their food. I had their black bean chicken and greens with garlic and look forward to trying out more of the extensive menu when I'm in town again.
This is a total dive and it is patronized mostly by locals. The daily specials are only listed in Chinese taped to the wall. It is best to come with someone who can read Chinese. This restaurant excels in Cantonese cuisine; the prices are reasonable;...quantities are generous. The "set menu" for $39 is the best deal around including soup of the day and 4 entrees. Cantonese soups are cooked for a long time with pork bones and assorted nutritious herbs and vegetables; they are nothing like hot and sour or egg flower soup (traditionally ordered by non-Chinese customers). Do not order egg rolls, fried rice; take a chance on authentic Cantonese dishes. The staff are efficient, but not necessarily outgoing; Most staff do not speak fluent English..Chinese restaurants are not known for superb customer service, but if you want a decent delicious meal with leftovers, you should give this place a chance.More
New Hong Kong Wok serves traditional Cantonese food that you would would more associate with a Cantonese Style Cafe. They have the Beef Chow Fun, Stirred Fried Chow Mein, Wonton Noodle Soup, Various BBQ Roasts such as BBQ Pork and Duck, and they serve some...more traditional drinks such as the Hot Hong Kong Style Milk Tea. They also serve Congee and more traditional stir fry dishes. All the dishes we had there were a lot bigger than we expected and were very full. Be careful about finding the restaurant as it's in an older strip mall with very limited/tight parking.
Overall: it's a great place if you want your fix of Cantonese Cafe type food. We'll be going back.More
The New Hong Kong Wok is a clean, inviting restaurant where most of the staff have a limited command of English; the menu has photos of many of the dishes, which facilitates choices among a huge number of offerings. Soup is served first and it...was dreadful; the first ingredient must have been cornstarch. The next two dishes were better. Pan fried noodles with pork was a bit better than OK, the man drawback being that the pork looked weird and did not taste like pork. The spicy shrimp with broccoli was significantly better, but still had issues. The broccoli was in profusion and beautifully cooked, as were the not so numerous shrimp. The sauce, however, was so thin that it collected in the bottom of the serving plate. On the whole I would go back, but skip the soup and order more carefully..More
Found this little place in older part of sacramento. Nothing fancy you might even pass it driving by and not see it, but this is a locals favorite hangout for toast meats Cantonese style. Either dine in or take out try one of the 3...meats on its own or on white rice. Pricing is super economic at $8/plate. The serve chicken, duck, and pork. My favorite is the roast pork with crunchy skin served simply on white rice and boiled cabbage on the side with sweet plum dipping sauce. They also have a great dinner menu again super budget friendly and great Cantonese flavors.More
The menu has the largest selection of Hong Kong style dishes - over 200. We had fried rice, BBQ pork over rice, and Chinese broccoli - late night - a la carte. The fried rice needed salt. I noticed the veggies had some holes in...them, but thought it was just the one piece I ate. We couldn't finish what we ordered ( eyes bigger than stomachs) so we took the remainder of the veggies and fried rice to go. We reheated the veggies the next day to enjoy with our dinner and found two black and orange bugs and numerous worms floating in the water. Yes, so that means the night before the bugs and I were feasting on the same veggies - the. They got blanched and sautéed, and put on my table shortly after their unexpected death. I found two orange and black bugs that appeared to have wings and a few green worms. My mother in law (Chinese) always cautions to wash Chinese broccoli extra. Now we all know why. Too, bad - their Hong Kong style milk tea rocked!More
If you want excellent Chinese food, this place is worth driving across town for!
Two friends and I went out to dinner there last night.
We ate like kings, had 7 plates of deliciousness: hot and sour soup, fried pot stickers, special lobster, half roast...duck, short ribs, salt and pepper shrimp, enochi mushrooms and sugar peas and rice. With tax and tip came out to $115 with a hefty doggy bag to go.
Surrounded by locals which is always a good sign the servers were super fast and friendly.
Definitely a repeat.More
Date of visit: May 2013
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