I don't know what that guy is talking about. But he obvious was not at the same place that I went too. Wong's Garden is a great restaurant I've been going there for years. The waitress there have been nothing but nice to me. They probably wanted him to come down to the restaurant so they can better explain the menu and see the selection they have. It's always a better experience to dine in then take out. Of corse a small mom and pop restaurant doesn't have a website. Not every place does. Plus when hot food is cooked and put into a container of corse it's not going to taste the same as if you order it on a plate where it can breathe. When you put hot stuff in a box it gets steamed. If this person had a brain to figure that out he'll know that to. Now my favorite dish is the General tao's chicken. It's spice and sweet at the same time. The mandarin noodle is a dish which isn't to be miss. They have my favorite pan fried noodle on the bottom and everything else the vegetable, beef, shrimp is place on the top.
I have been going to wong's since I was a child and this has and will always be my favorite chinese restaurant to go to.
Being obviously confused with another restaurant...we ordered take-out from Wong's. I thought it was associated with a recommendation from a Chinese-American friend...it must not have been.
No Web site so we called to see if they had daily specials to recommend and just order over the phone. They rudely told us to just come in and order...they are not busy and we can order off the menu (should have been the first clue). It turns out they do not have specials.
It is not too bad inside, but a little dirty. We ordered Pot Tickers, Kung Poa Shrimp & Cashew Chicken. The Pot Stickers weren't bad. The Kung Poa (lots of soggy veggie) and Cashew Chicken (some gooey stuff) were inedible (my wife is in the kitchen making Top Ramen right now because we couldn't eat it and have nothing in the house to eat...why we wanted take-out in the first place).
We will not be going back to say the least even though it is in the neighborhood. Jumbo on Johnson Creek is not a pearl, but it is WAY better than Wong's.