You can always tell if a restaurant is doing its thing when an ethnic group crowds its tables. True for Ping Pong. My friend is NBC (native born chinese as they say) and she says it's pretty authentic, although there are variations in regions and alot of US Style chinese food is adjusted (sweetened) to the American palate. In any case, lots of chinese and other asian nationalities filled tables in the place so that to me is a good sign. Wait staff converse fluently of course in madarin, so what do you expect? Be careful about the description in the menu - rather sketchy- versus what you actually get, ask full detailed questions of the server and if your mandarin is off, ask for an english speaking person to go over the menu. Some items quite 'spicy' but not necessarily 'hot' like 5 alarm chili. Single entree service a little on the pricey side but my friend says its a reminder of a hometown from long ago so enjoy a step away from Panda Express style cooking (not that there's anything wrong with that). Looses points just for decor and tacky interior. If you want some original food this is probably one of the best you'll find in Wayne area imho. At least my NBC friend and her NBC roommate agree!
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