I went to the General Wok for the first time yesterday and went inside to order take out. The place seems very homey and nice and appears very clean. Unfortunately, I ordered chicken fried rice and spicy chicken (I ordered it extra spicy) The rice tasted alright, although I have never had it before with just cabbage and no veggies, and I had to throw out the chicken from it though (it tasted as if it were at least 2 days spoiled) and sadly the spicy chicken had absolutely NO spices in it at all that I could taste and as with the rice the chicken both smelled and tasted bad. I ended up throwing it out and up as well. I do not like to leave bad reviews but felt I needed to and will never go back there nor encourage anyone else to.
My family has been eating here for years, the owner is such a nice guy who knows my family by name and is always courteous and kind. The service is quick and the food is definitely the best Chinese food in orange. I do wish they had later hours but given they're family owned it is understandable.
Went here today for the first time. I have worked in Orange for 6 years, and have never visited this buisness until today.
I decided to eat at the location as opposed to drive thru, so I could really experience the food as well as rid any fear of lesser quality in a bag. When I walked in, the restaurant was clean, nice tables, very nice chairs, but empty except myself and one other.
I saw a picture menu taped to the wall with every offering that you would expect at a fast food chinese diner. I settled upon the General Chicken and a side of Chinese Fried Shrimp.
The food was brought to my table quickly on plastic but fun plates of 'classic chinese restaurant' appearance. The shrimp were great. Hot, crispy, freshly cooked. I gobbled them down with a smile and some chilled sweet and sour sauce.
The generals chicked included a side of 'fried rice' although it could barely be called that. The rice was ok. Not sticky, warm and properly cooked. However, there were no veggies or other items that you would expect in fried rice. Overall, bland. The chicked was an excellent portion for the price, warm and tasty. The chikcen was more of cut strips as opposed to the classic breaded chunks. Not bad, just not great. Again, not spicy at all, and I like spicy, and was dissapointed. The chicked was just a bit overcooked I think, but the sauce was tasty.
I got a water with lemon, and the meal included a fortune cookie, standard in american chinese eateries. Overall, I was full, and happy to made the visit. This is clearly the best Orange has to offer in the way of fast food chinese. It doesn't compare to the offerings in Beaumont, and certainly not Houston from which I originally hail. However, for a quick bite of chinese in the Orange area, this is the place to go.
The food there is without a doubt the best chinese food that you can get in Orange, TX. It's alot better than Kam Wah, and the people are always very friendly. I've eaten there over 100+ times and never gotten sick, so anyone who claims they are not clean are full of it.
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