Fantastic food and fun prompt service. All tasty. Really enjoyed the calamari and the spicy orange chicken.
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This is far from the typical Chinese restaurant. They don't rely on msg or salt to flavor the food. They prepare it perfectly and deliciously every time. The soups, entrees and desserts are really good. Even the rice, they give you a choice of what...More
The best Chinese restaurant in the area by far. They use the best most expensive ingredients in all their meals. It is worth the extra money to enjoy this quality. Their meals have more meat than other Chinese restaurants. The vegetables are more diverse and...More
We went to Tres Yan And Wu for dinner on a weeknight. The staff is friendly and attentive and we were seated quickly. We ordered won ton soup, hot and sour soup, dumplings, lo mein and tow other main dishes. The food was very good...More
My husband and I stumbled upon Tres Yan and Wu in Mt. Laurel by accident. We were looking for a Chinese restaurant that is no longer in business. So we decided to take a chance with Tres Yan and Wu. Tres Yan and Wu is...More
We were staying at a nearby hotel and decided to get take-out. So glad we found the reviews here on TA and chose to try Tres Yan and Wu. When we arrived to pick up our order and the place was packed I knew we...More
I haven't had one bad meal from here. Their version of the normal dishes is better than the regular. Jumbo shrimp in garlic sauce, scallop and tuna carpaccio amazing.
First time here and were amazed at the selection and quality. Our meal was outstanding. We started with the pan seared scallops and sesame crusted tuna carpaccio - delicious and a nice-sized portion. After much discussion on the extensive menu, we decided to share the...More
I loved the food, service and atmosphere. My wife, who is Chinese, would have preferred more traditional Chinese food, but that's why we go to dim sum in Philly every Sunday.