We have been going to Gau Poang for a couple of years now and they never disappoint. Try the pot stickers, Chinese chicken salad or the Mandarin chicken all are excellent. We will be back.
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Note that the title says Chinese American as opposed to Chinese because definitely this restaurant caters to mainstream American tastes and takes advantages of vegetables native to the USA. I noted that the restaurant seemed to have a loyal clientele of white diners who knew...More
Spent a couple of days in San Mateo in May and decided to go Chinese one night. Dropped into Gau Poang restaurant in passing and ordered typical fare from Judy Kuo at the register. I could not believe how fast they got it done and...More
I have been coming to Gau Poang for over a year now and they never disappoint. Try the pot sticker and the Mandarin chicken - Yummy! We also enjoyed the pork fried rice and the Chinese chicken salad. We will be back again soon.
Loved it when they were in Burlingame; owners Jerry & Judy came out to chat with their customers; so glad they moved just next door in San Mateo; there's ample parking; easy to get to; nice to see Judy still come out to chat with...More
Remembered as a family favorite place when Gau Poang was in Burlingame. Happy to find it now in San Mateo. Our family shared mu shu pork and snow white chicken. Made just as I remembered. Great and friendly service. Super chinese food at reasonable prices....More
This place is not worth visiting. We were a party of four. One of us summed it up "the best thing about this place is the tea". The service was good but the food was inedible. Another in our party declared it "the worst Chinese...More
If this is supposed to be one of the better Chinese restaurants on the Peninsula forget about it. Pleasant enough ambiance. Good enough service. Mediocre food. Hot and Sour soup was black pepper hot instead of ginger and red pepper. There are those who don't...More
Once there were two. I had my wedding eve dinner at the Burlingame Ave location in the mid -90s with my family and handsome man. And when it moved, I thought I lost it. And I had. When I found it again, I was thrilled....More
The restaurant is not a regular "Chinese Joint". The've located to their new "digs" on El camino Real. Its a lovely restaurant!!! We had the "Appt." plate for two, we shared Moo Shoo Pork and Sweet & Sour Chicken. Quite Nice but nothing special. Its...More