I cannot believe the review below! I have been eating at Jin Wulu for a couple of years now. The staff is very friendly and the menu is huge! I've never had a problem knowing what is in a dish- it is on the menu. Which is why I eat here. I have food restrictions, so I'm picky. As for the prices, they are pretty good, actually. Where can you go anymore for great food without paying more than $25 a couple? NOwhere!! A night out at the only nice restaurants nearby such as Bonefish or Urban Flats will cost you that per person. If these prices are too steep, fast food establishments are available. The truly great Asian restaurants are in downtown Atlanta or Decatur and will cost you at least $100 a couple. As for the owners who are hard to understand, at least they TRY to speak English, and they hire staff to communicate with you.
We were there for our Anniversary, and it was a mistake. The menu doesnt say anything about whats in a dish and its really hard to understand when the owner speaks. They had a 16 year old kid (no uniform) to work as waitress. That poor girl was so young and didnt know much about what she was doing. I dont blame her, i blame the owners for not investing in a proper waiter/waitress with a uniform.
The food was horrible as well and prices are too steep for a place like that. No wonder, even on a Friday night, there were hardly any people eating there.
Never again and would not recommend this place to any one. There are many other great Asian restaurants in and around Grayson and this was definitely not up to the mark. Usually, i dont write reviews, but after being there and watching things and eating food, i had to write about experience.
Food was 4 stars but service was 1 star. Lo Mein was the best I've had in Georgia. The place is beautiful and nicely decorated. Waitress was horrible...she delivered the food and never returned. Nobody filled our water and there was only two other customers eating there at the time. The owner (Jin) was friendly to both the other tables but never came over to us to see how our meal/service was. We asked the waitress what the difference was between two saki's and she said she was only 18 and therefore didn't know. She didn't even attempt to ask someone. The food was good and I will eat there again (to go) but the service was poor. Had the owner taken a minute to talk with us (like he did with the two other tables), I'd have mentioned the poor service. We spent over $50 and not one person asked how the meal was, filled drinks or asked if we needed anything.
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