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Twin Cities Dining Guide Restaurant Visitor Reviews for "House of Wong"

Rating Information Overall

Overall Average1.6
Overall Service2
Overall Noise0
Overall Food2
Overall Ambiance2
Overall Value2
Overall Number of Reviews2

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2/3/2011
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well I have to say that I have travelled all over the world, and have never found any chinese food that even comes close to teddy"s food, and I miss not working there any more my favourite place to eat and my favourite people to have worked with thank you teddy for my 12yrs that i was working for you love to all. stella kyarsgaard



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3/17/2010
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I've been eating at the House of Wong for over 30 years and the food and service has always been excellent! The menu is half Chinese and half American, which some people find confusing but if you look at the clientele it seems that they cater to primarily older white customers. The fried rice and the chow mein never disappoints, and they have an extensive list of american meals that are always good. Also, their homemade pies are the best in town! I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone and everyone!