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Published September 3rd 2013
Typical nineties Chinese dining
I grew up on Chinese food and I am really quite picky with the Chinese restaurants I attend. My father judges Chinese restaurants on the quality of their chicken omelettes and I myself, on their chicken and sweet corn soups. Now neither of these are very Chinese, but we've found it to be a good tell-tale sign of whether or not it's worth eating at. Wong's is worth eating at.
The decor looks like it hasn't been updated since the early nineties, but in some way, it was oddly comforting. It was very clean, don't get me wrong on that. I would have sat on a milk crate if it meant eating that food.