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Posted by James on 03/07/2012
Ordered for the first time last night. After reading the reviews thought I would give it a try. Placed my order and picked it up in a timely manner. First thing wrong was I was given egg drop and not wonton soup. Could have let that slide, mistakes happen. Egg rolls were decent. Then I moved to the entrees, I ordered mongolian beef and shrimp with lobster sauce. As soon as I opened the container of mongolian beef, I noticed a sour smell, it was the beef. Threw that away. The shrimp with lobster sauce also went into the trash because it was too runny and the shrimp tasted old. All in all really disappointed after the good reviews that were previously written.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/02/2012
They're pretty good. Classic American style Chinese food. Not fancy, not gourmet, just plain old neighborhood Chinese delivery. That's all they try to be. Excellent food for watching Kung fu movies.
Posted by Robyn on 05/21/2011
Agreed with the last post. It is hard to get decent Chinese in Florida. Chung Wah has always satisifed that craving. First sign, they actually have fluffy brown rice- not that yellow kind others use around here. I have been impressed with every dish ordered. The service is quick & friendly. They always have a free coupons with purchases. I think it is a great value.
Posted by D. Brooks on 01/18/2011
I recently moved down to West Palm from New York. Chung Wah has consistently excellent food and we have been very happy with them everytime we order. The Moo Shu is delicious and not greasy at all. The Sesame Chicken is made with all white meat chicken and not too doughy. The dumplings are great as well. I feel like I'm back in NY. Thanks!
Posted by Dependable, Consistent Chung Wah on 12/23/2010
Typically in S. FLa, Chinese cuisine is a gamble. I have been fortunate enough to run into a "Black Pearl" in WPB. They are Chung Wah. I wasn't impressed at first, but they are so damn consistent. Same people, same service. It's worth checking out. Great, fresh food and exceptionally quick, efficient service.
Posted by Karen on 11/14/2010
I moved to Florida from Atlanta where we had many great Chinese delivery restaurants. And I have lived in several other cities with fabulous Chinese options. I tried several Chinese places since moving back to FL and they were all disappointing. Some of the most unappetizing food I've had. Then I found Chung Wah. It may not be the best of the best, but for casual Chinese delivery food, it's the freshest and least greasy I've found in Palm Beach County. Happy that they offer a steamed menu too!
Posted by neighborhood folks on 10/24/2010
Sweet and sour shrimp was pretty to look at but inside the big crisp puffs was tiny rubbery frozen-style shrimp, and the tempura was crisp on the outside and still batter on the inside.