Terrible. I wanted chinese so I googled the reviews and saw this place got pretty good ones. We got there and it was dirty with dead fish in their tank. We looked passed it....we ordered there so called great egg rolls. They ended up being terrible....nothing but a funny spice and cabbage inside...the pork egg roll had hot pink pieces of mystery meat in it....very gross. We then tried the house special and veggies with rice. We took one bit of each-looked at each other-got up and left...it was that bad. Very, very disappointing.
Foon Ying before the mid 1990s WAS an excellent restaurant. The problem was that like everywhere else, they cut way back on ingredients. (for example, the Egg Foo Yung sauce was 'egg yolk orange' and was the best in the Mid-West. But now it's brown, plain and tasteless)
If they would return to their original recipe's, they would be #1 again.
Please bring back the original Egg Foo Young sauce!!!!!!!
If anyone knows where they still serve the orange type Egg Foo Yung sauce, please respond to this comment...I'll get it through email. Thanks!
I don't think any of you that gave this place four stars have ever eaten at a really good Chinese restaurant. My husband and I recently tried this place out and it was awful. I had the Moo gu gai pan and instead of white meat chicken I found that I was served....CHICKEN SKIN...took me a while to figure out what the rubbery stuff was...I get sick everytime I think about it,,,UGH!!!!
0 stars here...and they need to clean it up....
Not sure which Foon Ying the rest of you are going to but the one at 38th and Shadeland is horrible. Mongolian Beef is not supposed to have any green peppers, but they make it with 60% green peppers. Horrendous. Awful. Yuck.
This is one of the best non buffet Chinese restaurants in the city the people are freindly and if you frequent them enough they take the time to remember what you like the food is delicious and the portions are well worth the money, I am from Chicago and have eaten in Chinatown and some of the other places around the city and will say with full confidence that Foon Ying can hold its' own with any of them.
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