Tony Cheng's Seafood Restaurant offers greater variety than the name suggests, though seafood is emphasized. Its dinner menu is quite lengthy, but in ... More
Tony Cheng's Seafood Restaurant
Tony Cheng's Seafood Restaurant offers greater variety than the name suggests, though seafood is emphasized. Its dinner menu is quite lengthy, but in truth you can't go wrong. Everything at Tony Cheng's is big. Giant holding tanks with dungeness crabs and lobsters battling for position are displayed, and traditional Asian art is well presented throughout the expansive area. Sure-fire choices, are the crispy snapper, stir-fried lobster, or beef with oyster sauce. Tony Cheng has been drawing crowds to his restaurants for over 20 years and is a DC mainstay. You can be assured of a quality dining experience here at his seafood location.
Tony Cheng's is my favorite sot in China town.
The Mongolian was more of a novelty to me when I was younger. Although it is still tastey and there is a variety for all....I am now mroe fond of the chinese served upstairs. This is the best Chinese food in DC, hands down. i was saddned to see bad reviews about the service. I have never experienced such service. I am VERY much partial to this restaurant. I am very finicky about Chinese food, and any meats in particular. At Tony Cheng's I know that my food is guranteed to be fresh.
Try it for yourself. I think that you will love it! It is surely worth the prices.
They have two offerings - chinese upstairs and mongolian barbeque downstairs.
the service is mediocre. The manager in the front, literally barks at you, as you enter - chiense or mongolian. like you are supposed to know about this before you come in.
The chinese food is good to great. The mongolian is average to good. There are better mongolian food places in the DC metro area. Parking is difficult. And if there is game on at the nearby stadium, be prepared to be ripped-off by the nearby parking attendant (well, thats just capitalism for you).
Be ready with tip money at the barbeque place, the cooks there are looking out for that. The chinese place upstairs faired better in terms of service too.
I love the food and having been coming here for years with family and friends. It is my favorite place in all of DC to eat. I especially love the fact that they cook the food rite in front of you. I highly recommend this place for anyone of any age.
This place is the absolute piece da' reistance of asian style fare. The service here is awesome, fast and very professional. I have had the luxury of eating here on both levels. Upstairs is elegant and the surroundings are beautiful. I love the pictures of all the famous guests that have dropped in from time to time. Down stairs is Mongolian BBQ which is an exciting adventure for both palate and vision. Menu is price but like the old saying you get what you pay for, you will get exactly what you pay for and that is great food, extrodinary service, and all of the experience asia has to offer.
We thought we where in for a great dining experience because of the pricey menu and the long lines of people waiting. The wait was a little more than an hour. They didn't have a system or needed more people, in short, very disorganized and chaotic inside! That infamous lady at the entrance needs training, a disappointment! The waitress was very rude, rushed us to order and left even if told we're not done yet. The food came fast and to our surprise, they looked and tasted like a take out, tasted all the same and obvously recycled, beware! It was an even bigger disappointment. In fairness, a take out actually taste better and is underpriced. I've been to several chinese restaurant where they don't have to pretend they serve fresh food by displaying all the aquariums in the room, nevermind taking all those extra space at the expense of the customer's convinience. What a shame.. Needs serious/urgent reality check on the price and service of Tony Cheng's Seafood. Thank you.
While the decor is somewhat lacking, the food is excellent and the service is first rate. The mongolian barbecue is cooked in the traditional style and is moderately priced. Definately more of a place to take a large group rather than a date.
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