Today is November 22nd. I went to Ma Jongs for the second time to give it another try. Last time I was unimpressed with the food. I stopped today and had the Mongolian Beef. For $8.98 they served me a 6X9 box of white rice with about One coffee cup full of Mongilian Beef. The sauce was thick and tasted like it was from a concentrate. The green onions consisted entirely of the green tops and no bottoms (The white onion part) On a scale of 1 to10 I would rate it about a 4. pretty much on par with a frozen chinese dinner from the grocery store.
Two thumbs down from me.
One of the few restaurants I like here in California. I must say Californians really have horrible taste in food, but this is a diamond in the rough. Honey Lemon Chicken, Orange Chicken, Kung Pao, it's all amazing.
I recommend spicy chix bowl (which is actually spicy) or mongl.beef. This is definitely not comparable to mall Chinese food nor Panda. The portions are extremely generous and the food actually tastes like it's been seasoned. The mall can't compare. The ambiance is great and the price is very affordable. Name me a place better in Sac.
Nice atmosphere and quick service. Food is way better than Panda Express and cheaper than PF Chang. Wait to order is long for lunch, but can eat outside on beautiful patio or inside in nice dining area.
while the ambiance is zen-esque, the food leaves a lot to be desired. i thought pf chang's was poor chinese food, but considering the asian cooks in the kitchen, i don't understand why the taste here is sooo bland. the hot and sour is neither hot nor sour (more like dark water), the pad thai looks good but has no flavor. if this place could liven up their food flavors, this place would be excellent. ambiance good, food terrible.
Stand in line, order at the counter, pay, take a number to your table. Ordered 2 entree's and 1 appetizer. Each item was brought to the table in a separate trip by the server (appetizer being the second trip) over the course of 10-15 minutes. This is mall food court food at average restaurant prices. The food was edible but below average.
overly crowded during weekdays from 12-1. food is really not that great, you can get the same thing at panda express for a few bucks cheaper. one good thing is that you have the option of choosing any entree with either white or brown rice, and either chicken/beef/prawns. adds a little more variety to the typical mongolian beef and general's chicken.
Good cafeteria style place - i. e., you wait in line to order at register, take a number & food is delivered to table. Various Asian cuisines. Popular, noisy & crowded, but I still like the ambiance, including the outdoor dining. And I give them a little extra for being the first Asian restaurant I've been to that bases its name on a pun!!
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