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Reviewed February 24, 2020

‘Lougheed Wonton House’ was the second venue chosen to mark / celebrate my lady’s ‘big’ birthday. Everything this time, was pre-arranged as a “surprise birthday event” (to me as well!!), by daughter, with some assistance from her brother — and set to take place there,...as a lunch, on ‘the’ birthday day (last Saturday). Daughter picked us up our usual time that morning, and after a quick couple of store stops, we were off to Port Moody and the restaurant — looking forward to what has become a usual, much-enjoyed dim sum lunch at a favourite restaurant. The ‘usual’ part of this event, was quickly shattered when we walked in, and saw the setting of people awaiting our arrival!! From Mom - ‘Oh, good grief, what’s happening?’ From daughter - ‘some family and friends here to celebrate your birthday with you’. The gathering was 12 people — all seated nicely around one of the large, round tables ‘up’ at the back of the restaurant. The food started with servings of corn & crab soup — and went through servings of house special chow mein, sweet & sour boneless pork, dry spicy prawns, Peking style pork chop, curried vermicelli noodles, beef and gai lan, diced chicken w/cashew nuts, BBQ duck, beef w/ginger hot pot, steamed rice, and what I have missed — to mango puddings as dessert. A fun, and much-enjoyed birthday feast!! With everything so well-prepared, and presented by the ‘Lougheed Wonton’ staff. Something our birthday ‘Mom’ will not soon forget!!More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed January 9, 2020

Excellent food, & service. We had crab and lobster. More of a dinner menu at lunch time. Most enjoyable when shared with friends, ten of us.

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed September 16, 2019

We have enjoyed several additional Friday morning lunches at ‘Lougheed Wonton’ since my last written review — I only posted some photos after those meals. Our latest dining experience was a Sunday morning lunch, and I thought it was about time to include a review...update. Daughter picked us up at about 10:15 am, and we were there, and parked in front of the restaurant a few minutes before the ‘open’ sign was lighted. We chatted out front for only a couple of minutes, before our server came to the door and called us to come inside. A nice, friendly start, to what turned out to be another fine, and so well-enjoyed dining experience. We were the first diners inside, but were joined by others very soon after we had seated, and a good number of other tables were filled not very long after. Being a Sunday, I had expected it to be busier earlier than our weekday experiences, and that was the case. Service to our table was friendly, very cordial, and totally ‘on-the-mark’ — with menus, pots of hot tea & water, and hot sauce — and dishes ordered, came from kitchen to table, in a very timely sequence (and looking so good!!). I ordered all dishes (five in total), from the ‘Chef’s Lunch Specials’ menu this time. We have enjoyed several of them, and have always found them well-sized, very well-prepared, and priced at $8.75/each, such great value offerings. The dishes ordered this time included: spicy salt squid (crispy, thin coatings, sweet & tender squid meat inside) — sweet & sour boneless pork (pork crispy outside, so tender inside, pineapple & veggies tender, but not overcooked, sauce, a very colourful, sweet & savoury mix) — rice roll & spareribs in black bean sauce (tender steamed ribs, on & around a bed of steamed rice rolls, nicely-flavoured sauce, a tasty, first-time taste for us) — soy sauce chow mein (a favourite dish, a sort of ‘smokey’ flavourful, and very tasty combination of noodles, bean sprouts, other veggies & meats) — garlic gai lan (listed as Chinese broccoli - so young, tender, and tasty). A so thoroughly-enjoyed dining experience for us — I have always rated them 5 star, but this one was definitely a “bursting” 5 star performance!!More

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed July 28, 2019

We come here many times at lunch during the day and most recently carried out for supper. Good portions and pricing is reasonable. Can get very busy during lunch. Haven’t had a bad dish or anything to complain about yet. Parallel parking in front of...restaurant and parking in the rear too. You’ll have to climb some stairs if using the rear entrance.More

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed July 13, 2019 via mobile

Pricing slightly higher than competition in Port Moody area. Spicy salted squid worst I have had in any chinese restaurant, thick breading, very tiny squid slivers inside... waste of fifteen dollars.. no value. Indifferent, inattentive service Would never come back

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed July 5, 2019

After some early shopping ‘here & there’ this morning, it was off to Port Moody for another lunch at ‘Lougheed Wonton’. We (threesome) arrived about 11 am, and were able to find free on-the-street parking within the block outside the restaurant. Everything was good to...go, including our appetites! Service started with “Hi, nice to see you again” upon entering the restaurant, very friendly/helpful when ordering, and throughout our stay. Initial service of hot tea came quickly after menus were placed on our table, and the pot was kept hot & full during our meal. Ordered dishes came from kitchen to table in a nice, and timely manner. What was ordered: - from the ‘dim sum menu’ — prawn dumplings. - from the ‘Chef’s lunch specials’ — wonton soup, sweet & sour boneless pork, spicy salt & pepper squid, and sauteed green beans w/beef. Decent presentations, and again, some excellent preparations — quality ingredients, nothing ’overly-prepared’, subtle, but very distinctive flavours, and tastes. And excellent value - well-sized portions, and nicely-priced (specials were $8.95/ea). Once again, ‘Lougheed Wonton’ provided a fine, fun, and very much-enjoyed dining experience.More

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed May 19, 2019

I selected ‘Lougheed Wonton’ for our lunch venue Saturday - a first time dining experience for us, and one that was long overdue. We arrived and parked out front just a few minutes before it opened at 10:30 am. We were greeted by a server...as we entered and shown to one of the 4-person tables along a side wall of the restaurant. Menus were left (dim sum & lunch specials menu, plus, main in-house menu) - a pot of hot tea arrived quickly after. Our server then left us to ponder the many menu choices. With it being a first time experience there, before placing our order we had a few questions for our server re: particular dishes, and found her to be most-helpful and accommodating, which we sure appreciated. What was ordered (dishes selected from restaurant’s main menu): Wonton Soup (w/broccoli - large order) — Sweet & Sour Boneless Pork (w/pineapple, green pepper - small order) — Sauteed Rock Cod w/Vegetable Chow Mein (broccoli, bok choy, baby corn, cauliflower, carrot, mushroom) — Spicy Salt & Peppery Squid — Chef’s Special Chow Mein w/Soft Noodles (bok choy, mushroom, prawns, squid, chicken, bbq pork). Dishes came from kitchen to table in an even, timely manner, the ingredients of each looking fresh, bright, and appetizing, and definitely perking the taste buds. Subsequent savouring of all the various aromas, textures, and tastes, sure proved the excellent quality and freshness of ingredients used, and skills in the kitchen with their preparations. Absolutely nothing greasy, salty, or overcooked. Dishes distinctly, but rather subtly flavoured — cooking methods, and sauces, stocks, and spices used, each contributing to these overall wonderful tastes, but nothing overtaking the end result. It’s been a long while since I (we) have been served, and truly-enjoyed some Cantonese Chinese preparations as good as these!! I frequented several restaurants of Vancouver’s ’Chinatown’ of the 1950’s and 60’s, and some fond memories were certainly brought to the fore with this recent dining experience at ‘Lougheed Wonton’. Our thanks to everyone there for providing such a fine dining experience!More

Date of visit: May 2019
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Reviewed May 4, 2019 via mobile

Was on our way to Henderson Place Mall in Coquitlam, stopped by this Old Timer instead of our regular dim sum place at the mall. This is a total throw back to the 80's, once you are in you are transported back in time when...this type of Chinese Restaurant is the norm, serving mostly Cantonese dishes and in this case Wonton! To a lot of North American, their introduction to Chinese Food is Wonton, Sweet & Sour Pork, Lemon Chicken etc. It is getting harder and harder to find this type of restaurants still in operation in the fast developing Lower Mainland. As for their food, it is honest good old fashioned Cantonese cooking with no fancy names or decorations. Highlight of our lunch: They do serve a pretty extensive list of dim sum items during lunch service and we ordered a few, their Egg Plant with Shrimp Puree in Black Bean Sauce is outstanding and can be compared to any other dim sum place in Vancouver. I also love the Baby Octopus in Satay Sauce, the octopus is steamed to just the right consistency and is not over cooked in this case, also the Satay Sauce is well balanced without being too spicy. Chicken Fried Crispy Noodles, a real throw back in time, this is exactly the way Chow Mien is served when I first moved to Vancouver in the early 80's. The Sauce is thicker then most restaurants nowadays but the flavour is very authentic; subtle and balanced of each ingredients which is the trademark of Cantonese Cuisine! From their menu, there are a lot more to be savoured and explored, we may come back to try their famous Crab Dishes!More

Date of visit: May 2019
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Reviewed January 1, 2019

We made a reservation for 5:30 pm but arrived early at 5:10 pm. Once we sat down and they took our order the food came out quickly considering the place was pretty busy. We had Peking style pork chops, deep fried prawns with sweet n...sour sauce & some wonton soup. The wonton were good, so were the pork chops & prawns.More

Date of visit: December 2018
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Reviewed December 1, 2018 via mobile

We had a dim sum lunch in a Saturday. Food was good although a bit too much soya sauce in the rice rolls. Good portions. Reasonable prices. Friendly efficient service. Our standard go to restaurant for take out too.

Date of visit: December 2018
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    • Food: 4
    • Service: 4
    • Value: 4
    • Atmosphere: 3