We visited the place for lunch Service was great All what we ordered arrive hot, clean and tasty. Cost- a bit over the area average Good for a long lunch, it is not "fast"
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One of our family favorite places any time we are visiting Israel. A round table, food we like so much and the taste is just amazing. Our favorites are Wonton soup, fried Wonton dumplings, Chicken Sichuan, fish in Soya sauce ...... They bring green tea...More
I visited the place several times in the last 7 months. despite the fact that the place has a known chef the menu is regular. service as usual in Israel, prices high again, as usual, P.R. IS WORKING WELL, professional reviewers keep the consensus and...More
we visited Pat Qua for a dinner. we ordered 2 first dishes (Chinese salad and mushrooms) and 3 vegetarian dishes (broccoli, Tofu with pak choi and nudles with vegetables) and also fried rise. food quality was much below very simple place in Taiwan, HK or...More
One of the best meals we had ever, with a special touch. You have to try the Fried Wonton Dumplings, Sichuan Chicken (without eggplants) and Fish in a Soya souse. If you like eggplants, you can have a delicious once as starters which are given...More
Pat Qua is tied (owned?0 to Chef Aharoni, the guru of Chinese food in Israel, and it honors the expectations. The meal is a classic Chinese one, which we like to start with a Wanton soup. The sweat and sour pork, they served was the...More
An old school Chinese place, little bit out fashioned but very reliable, and you can be sure to have fare standards and prices. There are deals in week days only. Private parking is available- an advantage in this busy area.