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Posted by MM on 12/04/2011
We just wasted $$ for what this place calls " Pho" or as the order taker said " Is our version of Pho" what he omitted was " Our version is hot water - OLD and few vegetables LOTs of Onions and Lemon wedges to camuflage the testless meat with flat noodles" this hot water soup was the poorest take out ever. Save your money and go elsewhere.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/13/2011
What used to be my favorite lunch on the hill has been ruined by new management. Kung Pao chicken is no longer Kung Pao but a dish of chicken smothered in a too-sweet PINK sauce.
Posted by Patsy on 06/05/2011
This place has gone under new management. Ordered my favorite takeout last week without realizing this. Got the food home and is was so poor had to toss it. The Kung Pao Chicken was something that tasted like last week's leftovers. The beef was like than stew meat. Whatever was good about this place is gone forever. Hope it closes soon.
Posted by R&Jonthehill on 08/04/2010
Bland food but yet edible. Didn't get what was ordered and had to argue to get the credit for what wasn't delivered. They wanted to give credit for the "next time" . There won't be a next time. As stated the food was just bland and should have had an appropriate pricing of $5.00 and less. Delivery order promised in 45 to 50 minutes was 1 hour and 12 minutes.
Posted by Katie on 07/16/2009
I can't say a bad thing about this place. They are quick, cheap, and good. I've never had a bad experience. I feel like I had tried every place on the Hill and I finally found a winner!
Posted by Why can't cap hill have good food on 05/16/2009
Ordered crab rangoon fired dumplings and General Tsao's chicken. I had to eat 2 dumplings and 2 rangoons to tell them apart. The chicken was overcooked and tasted of burnt garlic. I am shocked by the positive reviews.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/15/2009
Good Chinese food: Yong Chow is my favorite of the Capitol Hill places. They are the only ones who do the tofu dishes correctly; every other Chinese restaurant on the Hill that I've tried gives you big squares of tofu with some breading on it. It is usually slimy and disgusting in the middle. Here, they cut the tofu into thin slices so that the end product is crispy, delicious, and not slimy at all. Also, unlike other places, the General Tso's sauce wasn't like a melted lollipop, but had some spice and heat to it. The Lo Mein was the same as every other Lo Mein I have ever had.