Po Kong serves up vegetarian Chinese cuisine.
Went on a weeknight for dinner. I think they just changed the name from the old Bo Kong on Main street as the menu is identical and it looks like the same owner/manager. First thing I noticed was the cheap plastic disposable table cloths. For what this restaurant is charging and trying to be, this does not match. Tried the gluten in 4 flavors, not bad - an appy, fried fresh shitake - very good in a sweet/sour type of sauce, spinach noodles with various mushrooms - very good, hot and sour soup - not the best and on the bland side, fried taro and milk - taro was ok but the milk was still cold and hard inside. This was replaced but still the same problem and they took it off the bill. Overall dishes are in the teens and this seems a bit high for the cost of the ingredients. Nice place to try once but wouldn't go back.
I ate at Po Kong for the second time last night, as part of a group event. We had several courses of delicious dishes. My favourites were the "chicken" cutlets with orange sauce and the spicy green beans. The service was great and the owners even made a charitable contribution for the event. We'll be back!
|1.||Po Kong Vegetarian Restaurant (1 m)|
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