The unassuming exterior except for the hanging meat and typical Chinatown decor at Big Wong hardly prepares visitors for the carnivorous feast ... More
The unassuming exterior except for the hanging meat and typical Chinatown decor at Big Wong hardly prepares visitors for the carnivorous feast awaiting inside. Here you will find arguably the best barbecue meats in area, including sumptuous roast duck and pork. There is also wonton soup like you never had it before, as well as traditional congee (porridge), which can be eaten alone or with beef, chicken and other toppings. It is often crowded, but service is quick as long as you are assertive.
Pros: The food was great, at a reasonable price.
Cons: We were showed a very big wong. They didn't name this restaurant's that for nothing, I guess.
Overall: I would definitely recommend this place, if you don't mind viewing a big wong.
The food is just OK. It's straightly for breakfest and lunch only or sometimes for fastfood takeout. This is not your typical dine-in at night with your friends, this is straightly Mickey D, Chinese style. The place to really enjoy the atmosphere is at Congee Village locate on Allen St. near Delancey St.
If you want to taste the authentic chinese BBQ chicken, duck or pork, you cannot go wrong with this one.
Overall food is great.
Service is bad, the place is very dirty. the bathroom is awful. employees are dirty too.
We frequent Big Wong and take out from the restaurant every time we are close by. Wonton soup, Gongee, Duck and Rib are all 5 star. But do not you think it is time for this restaurant to update its deco?
This place has excellent congee but would not touch anything else especially the meat dishes. The two times we ordered a meat dish, it was served half done--very pink. Unless you have a stomach made of steel, stick to the congee.
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