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Posted by Nate on 02/14/2014
Don't waste your time. This place used to be decent. Not anymore.
Posted by Elisa on 12/28/2013
The first time I went there I was in heaven. I love it. There the best!
Posted by Keef on 10/05/2013
Legit. After waking up around noon on Saturday with a massive hangover from the night before, General Tso’s came to the rescue again. Those fried sugary bites of chicken and fluffy white rice put an instant damper on my intense nausea. Half way through it I knew I was going to be ready for the next 8 hours of watching movies on my couch. Tonight it’s going to be the second half of my lunch for dinner and a few more beers. Well done Mr. Wonton. Well done.
Posted by Mariclar on 08/06/2013
We've been coming here for years. Friendly, attentive service, great prices, and the best Chinese food I've found anywhere in a very, very long time. It's also beautifully presented, with carrots carved like roses -- lovely to look at. And the food is amazing. It's a small, quiet and very pleasant place for a leisurely dinner, and I've never, ever been disappointed. And guess what? The restrooms are clean, too! An all around terrific place!
Posted by ladi on 09/24/2012
i didn't even order a fried dish and my food was very oily. i could have gotten way better for half the price at another spot. just saying.
Posted by SWilson on 08/31/2012
They are clean, food is amazing nd ya gt great service. Best in parkslope
Posted by Park Slope on 07/05/2012
I have eaten here 15+ times and am a big fan. The food is never greasy, the vegetables are always crispy fresh and never overcooked, and a pint of their wonton soup must be the best value for money on earth. HOWEVER, the last time we ordered out, it was disappointing (this is 2 weeks ago). The chow fun was like glue, the moo shu was burned... I'm not sure what happened and I will be back soon but, dear Mr. Wonton, if you have changed cooks please get rid of him/her immediately.