I went to C & T Wok for dinner. I wanted Thai food. Service was fast, food was flavorful but more Chinese than Thai. Had Tom Yum soup and Basil Beef. It was good but definitely not Thai. Serving size was good size. If you...More
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Nice place, good food... I give three stars because the 'fried strips ' served as side dish along with soup was stale and rancid food... but the entree was good....
Cashew Chicken on had about 8 cashews..flavorful but not exceptional..spicy lamb had a very unusual gritty texture..almost objectionable....seafood boil-pot..very mild almost bland..service was good..staff very friendly..we've traveled in China so we were rather disappointed.
Any purported Chinese restaurant with General Tso's Chicken at the top of it's menu won't claim to be authentic. And indeed C&T doesn't pretend to be gourmet Chinese. But it's decent, with tender beef, good portions, and blazingly fast service. There are a few authentic...More
We had heard a lot of recommendations about this. When we went there at first it looked like a cozy little place with good food. We did like some items - Thai green curry, tofu with vegetables and orange chicken was okay too. But not...More
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Food was just OK and ambiance was nothing to write home about. There are better Asian restaurants in the area. We will not be returning.
I think I just discovered one of my favorite Chinese haunts.This was my first visit and had already picked something from the lunch menu to order.An afterthought brought an idea and I attempted to ask the waiter if they served Sichuan boiled fish soup as...More
This would be defined as a 'mom & pop' restaurant in Asia. It's nothing from the front, looks like a small - 'give-it-a-miss' place, but that's the beauty of it, it's a hidden secret. There'll be scores of people lining up outside at peak hours...More