Wok Inn

★★★★★
  • 3202 Pacific Ave

    Stockton, CA 95204

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  • 209-466-4108

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Food is very good, the prices are good and the workers are ok friendly. Man I love some good chicken chow mein and they have it here.

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Food is very good, the prices are good and the workers are ok friendly. Man I love some good chicken chow mein and they have it here.

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On the recommendation of a trusted friend, we tried Wok Inn Chinese Restaurant, just a stone's throw from the University of the Pacific, located just north of Stockton's own Miracle Mile.

Sampling Mushroom Chicken, House Fried Rice, Shrimp Chow Mein, BBQ Pork and Snow Peas, I was thoroughly impressed at the fresh flavors, deft hand with sauteing mixtures of veggies and tasty meats and seafoods, portion size and healthy approach to cooking.

My BBQ Pork and Snow Peas contained enough slightly crunchy pea pods, crinkle cut carrots, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, onions and generous amounts of sliced char sui pork for a couple meals.

The Po Po Sampler offered Crab and Cream Cheese Fried Won Tons, outrageously good Butterfied Fried Shrimp, Light and Greaseless Vegetable Spring Rolls and Skewers of Teriyaki-style Beef as well as Foiled Wrapped Chicken-enough for two to try 1 each.

The prices were $4 to $7, very reasonable for the quality and quantity of food received, and the extensive menu provides both dine-in and take-out service, except for the Wok Inn's Sizzling Platters.

Service was brisk, friendly but not warm, although rumor has it that once members of this Sacramento-based family gets to know you, the cooks have a way of preparing just about anything you'd like.

PROS: Freshness, flavors, price and quantities.
CONS: Tin Foil Chicken was dry and overly salty

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★★★★★

On the recommendation of a trusted friend, we tried Wok Inn Chinese Restaurant, just a stone's throw from the University of the Pacific, located just north of Stockton's own Miracle Mile.

Sampling Mushroom Chicken, House Fried Rice, Shrimp Chow Mein, BBQ Pork and Snow Peas, I was thoroughly impressed at the fresh flavors, deft hand with sauteing mixtures of veggies and tasty meats and seafoods, portion size and healthy approach to cooking.

My BBQ Pork and Snow Peas contained enough slightly crunchy pea pods, crinkle cut carrots, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, onions and generous amounts of sliced char sui pork for a couple meals.

The Po Po Sampler offered Crab and Cream Cheese Fried Won Tons, outrageously good Butterfied Fried Shrimp, Light and Greaseless Vegetable Spring Rolls and Skewers of Teriyaki-style Beef as well as Foiled Wrapped Chicken-enough for two to try 1 each.

The prices were $4 to $7, very reasonable for the quality and quantity of food received, and the extensive menu provides both dine-in and take-out service, except for the Wok Inn's Sizzling Platters.

Service was brisk, friendly but not warm, although rumor has it that once members of this Sacramento-based family gets to know you, the cooks have a way of preparing just about anything you'd like.

PROS: Freshness, flavors, price and quantities.
CONS: Tin Foil Chicken was dry and overly salty

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