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Posted by William G. on 01/10/2015
Appetizers: Spring Rolls bland, Fried Crispy Shrimp tasteless and overpriced. Entree: Kun Pow Chicken had tender cubed pieces, sauce was nothing special. Service: Excellent, we were just two of the 4 diners in the dining room, hence server was not busy. Weather that night was rainy and cold, several people were there for takeout, probably based on convenient location and mostly cheap prices.
Posted by Dylan on 04/04/2014
I saw some reviews and thought i'd give this place a try. worst decision ever. first of all, the food was completely inedible. the chicken was so overcooked and the dish was flooded with sauce. the sauce to chicken ratio was about 8:2. not very good for something i paid over 9 dollars for. second of all, delivery took about an hour and 40 minutes...which is an hour later than it should have been. lastly, unlike other chinese restaurants around the place, they don't offer compensation for being late. not very happy.
Posted by Dissapointed on 02/17/2013
If possible I would give them 0 stars. I placed my order an hour and a half in advance to when I wanted it. They called and told me that they would be there 30 minutes late at most. It never came. So I called and they hadn't even made my food yet and it was already 30 minutes late. They told me it would be another 20 minutes max. It was again late. This is the second time this has happened to me. The food is also sub par and is way overpriced Take your business elsewhere.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/07/2011
Delicious orange beef. Delicious hot and sour soup.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/15/2011
Posted by anonymous on 03/26/2009
Great food for the price. Shrimp tempura is out of this world. Overall good value, good service, and good food.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/25/2006
I used to live around the corner from the strip mall that contains Spring Garden, so I found myself ordering from them frequently. I kept going back because it was convenient, inexpensive, and not too bad for a stripmall chinese restaurant. The pork/beef/lamb dishes are essentially all the same, but with the meats swapped. Meats are extremely thinly sliced and lose some of their character as a result; the lamb dishes, for example, seem to retain none of the game-y advantage that lamb can have over beef. But the veggies usually seem fresh and are not overcooked. I have had much worse chinese food in Silver Spring. Spring Garden is not a culinary delight (as say, Hollywood East in Wheaton), but it provided me with many functional dinners, almost always leaving enough left over for lunch the next day.