I'm confused by the previous postings since I attended the very lavish grand opening of Wongs King in Beaverton on June 3, 2010. Everytime I have been to Wongs King the food has been wonderful and it is a very nice and enjoyable place to have lunch or dinner.
I'm not sure where the previous posting were eating but it wasn't Wongs King in Beaverton. There was a prior asian restaurant there that went out of business a year or so before Wongs King remodel the space and built their excellent restaurant. Maybe that was where these other folks ate.
worst Restaurant I ever seen.. the food is terrible.. I sware I m not joking,, I ate yesterday there and went to my car and threw up in the parking lot... Im going to complain to the health department.. i dont recommend it to anyone...
Good Value - for a buffet, the food quality is very good. Many dishes are of better quality than menu oriented Chinese restaurants. The quality is maybe not quite as good as it is was during their first year but it is still good.
Also, the selection is great. Many more items than most buffets.
Staff is friendly and courteous.
I'm always left wondering how it can be so affordable without resorting to cheaper, lest fresh food.
Decent food. Just go on the weekdays when it's a bit cheaper. The weekends are too expensive for what you get. Being a buffett the food can get a little gross after sitting for a while. They do rotate items though so there is a good chance of something new on the menu.
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