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  • Food3
  • Service3
  • Value3.5
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  • Reviews4

Won Ton Noodles Restaurant

1991 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC V5L1T5
Tel: (604) 253-8418
Neighbourhood: Grandview-Woodland


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What happened?!?
By epicurious of Burnaby, BC (507 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, January 8, 2007 - 1:31pm [Dine in]

I have to take back all the good things I've said about this restaurant. I don't know what happened here - everything has changed. Must have changed owners. I went there with family on Christmas day since Continental up the street was extremely packed. What a mistake that was. Having loved the place before, I was actually looking forward to eating here.
We walked in and there was basically no one eating here - a change of sight from before. Should have taken that as a hint. There's no doubt that the food is cheap here, they had specials posted on the walls for nothing over $6.
The once spectacular braised beef lai fun was full of fatty sinewy low-quality beef soaked in a flavourless broth. I had their "special" black bean chicken on rice. Although a huge plate, it was nothing but 5-6 pieces of fatty chicken thighs surrounded by peppers and "filler" onions. The congee my mom ordered came with a pathetic side of rice rolls that were nuked dry and splashed with soy sauce. They would have saved some embarassment if they didn't serve this at all.
The restaurant is way dirtier than I remembered and the service is not even mentionable.
I miss the old Won Ton.

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basic but good
By chasiubow of North Van (675 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, August 27, 2008 - 10:26am [Dine in]

Mrs. C and I stumbled across this place while driving out of Chinatown. We were hungry and in no mood to spend time looking for a restaurant.

The place was nice and clean including the w/c, but worn looking and in need of an extreme makeover. The friendly server/owner seated us right away and made suggestions about what to eat. Service was fine throughout the meal.

We almost went for the famous deer hotpot, but settled on yin yang chow fan (honeymoon fried rice) and mu shu pork. We noticed that the place is open until 5 am, and we stored that bit of info away in case we ever need a super-late night meal.

The food was tasty, especially the fried rice, but the pork dish needed more crepes. Overall it was better than expected and we had a good meal. Plus it didn't cost much.

Good for sudden food cravings.

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An Old Favourite: Reliable and Tasty
By Eat-All-Joo-Want of Langley (21 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, June 12, 2009 - 3:19am [Dine in]

My wife and I have been regulars at Won Ton Noodles for over 10 years. The server is excellent and the owners treat us very well. They also cook up my wife's favorite dish right as soon as she steps into the restaurant.

The food selection is good and most of our choices in the past have been quite flavorful and tasty. And best of all, the prices are decent and well worth the value.

It may not be 5 star Chinese food but you'll be happy to know the place offers tasty food, always open late and they treat their customers like good friends.

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The old standby
By currypuff of Kitsilano, Vancouver (16 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, December 24, 2007 - 2:42pm [Dine in]

This is a great place to go late at night. It's never too busy. Service is friendly, speedy and efficieent. The food, while greasy at times, satisfies those Chinese food cravings. The best deals are the meal combos. You choose 2 or 3 dishes to share with a couple people. The meal combos include rice, chicken wings, and soup, along with your chosen main dishes. My favourite dishes here are the eggplant hot pot, salted fish and chicken fried rice, and black bean clams. Ambience is horrible, but what do you expect from a cheap Chinese restaurant? At least there's television....

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