Orlando >Tasty Wok
The best ever. The best viet food ever tasted better than my father in law who is a cheif and is viet best prices for perfect food and never feel unwelcomed every one is invited
Perfect. I can safely say that this has to be by far the best priced quality food that' I've ever had. Tasty Wok has such a wide variety of delicious fresh food. From the "two item combo" which can be built yourself. The item includes a MASSIVE portion of rice, and your choice of meats. Chicken, Pork, Squid, & Duck are the ones that i can think off the top of my head. What i would highly recommend for people who like soup is the "beef and noodle soup". When i first saw it on the menu i thought it would be a little whimpy dish. But when it came out i was shocked. That item costs exactly $7.41 on the bill. Some of my friends actually cannot finish the dish, due to the size of it. Distance wise, i live in Maitland. which isn't too far, there are ways to get there quickly if you know back roads. But if you're coming from downtown Orlando, it shouldn't take more than 5 minutes to get there. Its at the intersection of E Colonial (50) and Mills Ave. Literally right next to the Publix grocery store. If you're looking for a place with fast service, excellent pricing, and high quality food, i would HIGHLY recommend Tasty Wok.
No orange chicken or crab rangoon here, this Little Vietnam restaurant stir fries real Chinese food..
Inconspicuous and with a not-so scenic view of the Publix supermarket, this tiny corner Chinese joint is as close to the real thing you'll get in Orlando. Near the showcased fried duck and pig are daily specials scrawled in Chinese and English. The Thit Quay, or crispy skin pork, is a juicy appetizer fit for a meal. The deliciously greasy scallion pancakes (try them with sugar for a powdered donut effect) and the bright green fresh Chinese vegetables drizzled with salty oyster sauce are worthy "snacks." Entrees include a variety of pan fried noodles, noodle soup and rice dishes, as well as exotic fare like snails, pig's feet, tripe and the not-to-be missed clams in black bean sauce.
Roast Duck specialist. While the food they have in the menu is quite good, I would say that their specialty is actually the "hanging meat" on the counter, which is the Roast Duck. They have the best Roast Duck I ever tasted. The overall price for the food in the menu is considered inexpensive... But I must tell you if you love to go to nice place restaurant with a skillful & professional waitress, this is not the place that would offer any of that.
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