Kwang Chow Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 7980 SE King Rd

    Milwaukie, OR 97222

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  • 503-659-1160

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I know I've reviewed and rated Kwang Chow before, but that was four years ago and I thought I'd send another positive comment! We're still happy with the food and the service!

A number of people have mentioned the outdated and somber

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★★★★★

I know I've reviewed and rated Kwang Chow before, but that was four years ago and I thought I'd send another positive comment! We're still happy with the food and the service!

A number of people have mentioned the outdated and somber

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I live near this restaurant and go here often (3-4 times per month). It is really good Chinese food. It is simple and fresh with classic dishes that taste just as they should. My one piece of advice is to take the food to go. The

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★★★★★

I live near this restaurant and go here often (3-4 times per month). It is really good Chinese food. It is simple and fresh with classic dishes that taste just as they should. My one piece of advice is to take the food to go. The

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Kwang Chow was literally my introduction to Chinese food, having grown up just down the street. I grew tired of it as a teenager and branched out to more expensive, modern Chinese restaurants. Now as an adult whenever I crave delicious simple Chinese food I head straight to this place. I do wish they would get a makeover though, It really can drag down the experience.

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★★★★★

Kwang Chow was literally my introduction to Chinese food, having grown up just down the street. I grew tired of it as a teenager and branched out to more expensive, modern Chinese restaurants. Now as an adult whenever I crave delicious simple Chinese food I head straight to this place. I do wish they would get a makeover though, It really can drag down the experience.

Pros: friendly staff, simple menu, time tested

Cons: very old decor, bad lighting

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I have been a customer of Kwang Chow since 1985, having previously enjoyed Lani Louie's and Canton Grill. In my opinion, I have never had better Chinese food than that served at Kwang Chow. Its quality is consistently fresh, hot and flavorful, the portions are always more than adequate, and the service is always friendly. My preference is the Daily Special, something I get to-go - it feeds two, in our case.

The restaurant itself lacks any real identity or ambience - it is a bit on the gloomy side; and the booths are in desperate need of re-padding - at 6'3", I am just short of being at eye level with the table! I don't know where they put their profits, but it is not in the decor.

Decor aside, the food is what is important, and they do it right at Kwang Chow.

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★★★★☆

I have been a customer of Kwang Chow since 1985, having previously enjoyed Lani Louie's and Canton Grill. In my opinion, I have never had better Chinese food than that served at Kwang Chow. Its quality is consistently fresh, hot and flavorful, the portions are always more than adequate, and the service is always friendly. My preference is the Daily Special, something I get to-go - it feeds two, in our case.

The restaurant itself lacks any real identity or ambience - it is a bit on the gloomy side; and the booths are in desperate need of re-padding - at 6'3", I am just short of being at eye level with the table! I don't know where they put their profits, but it is not in the decor.

Decor aside, the food is what is important, and they do it right at Kwang Chow.

Pros: Food is fresh, flavorful

Cons: Restaurant atmosphere is gloomy

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We have been going here for many years now. (20+)

It's one of our favorite!

Thanks to all that work there! Your food is great!!!!

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★★★★★

We have been going here for many years now. (20+)

It's one of our favorite!

Thanks to all that work there! Your food is great!!!!

Pros: Best Pork Noodles and Sweet and Sour Chicken!

Cons: None

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From the high reviews on this site, my girlfriend and I drove 5 miles to eat here.
The restaurant smelled of cigarette smoke, though this was more toward the back of the restaurant. The atmosphere wasn't very appealing. The booth-style seats were low and gave in a fair amount/weren't very supportive. We ordered egg rolls, mandarin fried chicken and sweet and sour chicken. They don't have potstickers. There wasn't complimentary tea. The egg rolls were better than average: they were larger and had some meat inside. We had to ask for sauce (sweet/sour). The mandarin fried chicken wasn't bad but wasn't very good either. It tasted like it had tabasco sauce in it or something, didn't quite taste right. the chicken was pretty soft, which could be good or bad depending on your preference. My girlfriend had mainly the sweet and sour chicken, and she said that it wasn't just not great, she would say it was actually bad (I wouldn't agree that it was bad). She said that she liked the steamed rice a lot, that she could tell when rice was fresh. I didn't like it as much as steamed rice at other chinese restaurants. In addition, the dishes were $10-11, which seemed a little expensive compared to other chinese restaurants I've been to. Compared to 3 other chinese restaurants in Portland (House of Louie, Wong's Garden and Gold Bowl, of which House of Louie was the best IMO) we both agreed that this was the worst.
Can't speak for the food we didn't order, but for what we experienced, I'd say avoid.

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★★☆☆☆

From the high reviews on this site, my girlfriend and I drove 5 miles to eat here.
The restaurant smelled of cigarette smoke, though this was more toward the back of the restaurant. The atmosphere wasn't very appealing. The booth-style seats were low and gave in a fair amount/weren't very supportive. We ordered egg rolls, mandarin fried chicken and sweet and sour chicken. They don't have potstickers. There wasn't complimentary tea. The egg rolls were better than average: they were larger and had some meat inside. We had to ask for sauce (sweet/sour). The mandarin fried chicken wasn't bad but wasn't very good either. It tasted like it had tabasco sauce in it or something, didn't quite taste right. the chicken was pretty soft, which could be good or bad depending on your preference. My girlfriend had mainly the sweet and sour chicken, and she said that it wasn't just not great, she would say it was actually bad (I wouldn't agree that it was bad). She said that she liked the steamed rice a lot, that she could tell when rice was fresh. I didn't like it as much as steamed rice at other chinese restaurants. In addition, the dishes were $10-11, which seemed a little expensive compared to other chinese restaurants I've been to. Compared to 3 other chinese restaurants in Portland (House of Louie, Wong's Garden and Gold Bowl, of which House of Louie was the best IMO) we both agreed that this was the worst.
Can't speak for the food we didn't order, but for what we experienced, I'd say avoid.

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Since finding Kwang Chow, my wife and I have eaten there at least once a month for the last two years. The service is average, but always consitant. The food is so flavorful that you will not eat chineese food anywhere else. I suggest the kung pow chicken, and their tastey eggrolls.

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★★★★★

Since finding Kwang Chow, my wife and I have eaten there at least once a month for the last two years. The service is average, but always consitant. The food is so flavorful that you will not eat chineese food anywhere else. I suggest the kung pow chicken, and their tastey eggrolls.

Pros: Tastey chow

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My first experience at this restaurant was probably about 5 years ago, while I was in high school. A group of my friends were going out to dinner, and invited me along when my previous plans didn't work out (thankfully!!!). My best friend told me she'd only ever ordered one thing because she couldn't bring herself to order anything else, it was so good -- so I copied her order, and have been happily stuck in the same pattern ever since! I always order the Sweet and Sour Chicken -- it is absolutely delicious! The chicken is always tender, and the batter always crispy and fresh, never soggy or greasy; the sauce is sweet and sour wonderfulness -- that's the best way I can describe it :P; and you get a LOT for the price! I also love their Pork Fried Rice (which comes on the side of the Sweet and Sour Chicken), and their hot tea is the best I have ever had from a Chinese restaurant -- and with how much I love the cuisine, I've had a lot!
I took my boyfriend here for the first time about a year ago -- he ordered the same thing I got, fell in love, and has since tried just about everything on the menu, and we've never never had anything less than an awesome experience. (By the way, I'm not much of an egg roll person, but my boyfriend is, and he says these are absolutely the best he's ever had.)
Visually, the restaurant itself may be a bit of a blast from the past, but I actually count that toward its charm. :P The ambiance may be a little funky, but the establishment is always very clean and cozy feeling -- especially with the staff being so friendly and welcoming!
Honestly, if you don't try this place for yourself, you're really missing out!

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★★★★★

My first experience at this restaurant was probably about 5 years ago, while I was in high school. A group of my friends were going out to dinner, and invited me along when my previous plans didn't work out (thankfully!!!). My best friend told me she'd only ever ordered one thing because she couldn't bring herself to order anything else, it was so good -- so I copied her order, and have been happily stuck in the same pattern ever since! I always order the Sweet and Sour Chicken -- it is absolutely delicious! The chicken is always tender, and the batter always crispy and fresh, never soggy or greasy; the sauce is sweet and sour wonderfulness -- that's the best way I can describe it :P; and you get a LOT for the price! I also love their Pork Fried Rice (which comes on the side of the Sweet and Sour Chicken), and their hot tea is the best I have ever had from a Chinese restaurant -- and with how much I love the cuisine, I've had a lot!
I took my boyfriend here for the first time about a year ago -- he ordered the same thing I got, fell in love, and has since tried just about everything on the menu, and we've never never had anything less than an awesome experience. (By the way, I'm not much of an egg roll person, but my boyfriend is, and he says these are absolutely the best he's ever had.)
Visually, the restaurant itself may be a bit of a blast from the past, but I actually count that toward its charm. :P The ambiance may be a little funky, but the establishment is always very clean and cozy feeling -- especially with the staff being so friendly and welcoming!
Honestly, if you don't try this place for yourself, you're really missing out!

Pros: Wonderful food, service, and experience in general.

Cons: Outdated decor -- but I kind of like it.

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Do you remember the first time you had Chinese food and why you fell in love with it? Kwang Chow IS that reason why! The atmosphere is simple and the food is simply terrific. They treat you like family because they?re always happy to see you again, so treat yourself to some good memories and bring a good appetite! ?and the Daily Special makes a great To Go Order when you can?t quite make up your mind!
The people who complain are usually those people who complain about everything, (and they like to see their names in print) so I don?t take their comments very seriously.
We?ve been going there for years and they?re #1 on our speed dial. And now I?m getting hungry!

Jim
Portland

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★★★★★

Do you remember the first time you had Chinese food and why you fell in love with it? Kwang Chow IS that reason why! The atmosphere is simple and the food is simply terrific. They treat you like family because they?re always happy to see you again, so treat yourself to some good memories and bring a good appetite! ?and the Daily Special makes a great To Go Order when you can?t quite make up your mind!
The people who complain are usually those people who complain about everything, (and they like to see their names in print) so I don?t take their comments very seriously.
We?ve been going there for years and they?re #1 on our speed dial. And now I?m getting hungry!

Jim
Portland

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This is the some of the worst food I have ever had, and not just at a Chinese restaurant. My boyfriend and I tried it because it is just down the street from his apartment and got several good reviews. We normally love asian food, but this was awful. The food was greasy and tasteless. The sesame chicken was essentially chicken nuggets with sesame seeds in the batter. The lo mein was in a bland sauce. We went for take out and had to wait in the restaurant for about 25 minutes. They also don't take credit or debit, so we had to use the ATM, adding about $3 in fees to our bill. The food was average in price, but for the quality of food was way overpriced.

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★☆☆☆☆

This is the some of the worst food I have ever had, and not just at a Chinese restaurant. My boyfriend and I tried it because it is just down the street from his apartment and got several good reviews. We normally love asian food, but this was awful. The food was greasy and tasteless. The sesame chicken was essentially chicken nuggets with sesame seeds in the batter. The lo mein was in a bland sauce. We went for take out and had to wait in the restaurant for about 25 minutes. They also don't take credit or debit, so we had to use the ATM, adding about $3 in fees to our bill. The food was average in price, but for the quality of food was way overpriced.

Pros: It's close to home

Cons: The food

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I love Chinese food and the various ways to prepare Chinese cuisines. I am also adventurous and keen to try new and different restaurants ranging from Mom & Pop working class eateries to elegant dining rooms.
KWANG CHOW RESTAURANT is the worse Chinese venue I have ever visited.

I visited this restaurant on a Sunday night at 845PM. It closes at 11PM. I was "jonesing" for basic Chinese fare.

The waitress was pleasant. She greeted me cordially (I was the only diner) and sat me at a booth and quickly served me hot tea. I must mention that this restaurant is in dire need of redecoration. I literally sat "in" the orange vinyl booth. The seats sunk into the frame. The table was covered with vinyl cloth and a hard plastic cover over it.

I placed the BBQ Pork order first. I always order one thing at a time because my experience in Chinese restaurants has shown me that if I order my entire meal all at once, it is served all at once.

The BBQ Pork came very quickly and it was a cold heaping mass served on a tiny tea-cup plate. I sent it back and it returned heated in the microwave ... dried out, grey, and unappetizing, The typical red rind along the sides of the sliced pork was brown.

I was going to leave but my stomach decided to give an entree a chance. I ordered the Almond Chicken Chow Mein.

It was served within 5 minutes on a small platter. It was a tasteless mass of celery, green peas!, carrots and diced water chestnuts with very few pieces of dark-meat chicken served over hard noodles. Seriously, this dish had absolutely no taste at all. Dreadful. I tried to doctor it with a little soy sauce. Didn't work.

The total for both items with hot tea was $14.30. Rather pricey.

I would NOT recommend this restaurant.

P.S. I should have paid attention to the previous reviewer who called his experience "GROSS".

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★☆☆☆☆

I love Chinese food and the various ways to prepare Chinese cuisines. I am also adventurous and keen to try new and different restaurants ranging from Mom & Pop working class eateries to elegant dining rooms.
KWANG CHOW RESTAURANT is the worse Chinese venue I have ever visited.

I visited this restaurant on a Sunday night at 845PM. It closes at 11PM. I was "jonesing" for basic Chinese fare.

The waitress was pleasant. She greeted me cordially (I was the only diner) and sat me at a booth and quickly served me hot tea. I must mention that this restaurant is in dire need of redecoration. I literally sat "in" the orange vinyl booth. The seats sunk into the frame. The table was covered with vinyl cloth and a hard plastic cover over it.

I placed the BBQ Pork order first. I always order one thing at a time because my experience in Chinese restaurants has shown me that if I order my entire meal all at once, it is served all at once.

The BBQ Pork came very quickly and it was a cold heaping mass served on a tiny tea-cup plate. I sent it back and it returned heated in the microwave ... dried out, grey, and unappetizing, The typical red rind along the sides of the sliced pork was brown.

I was going to leave but my stomach decided to give an entree a chance. I ordered the Almond Chicken Chow Mein.

It was served within 5 minutes on a small platter. It was a tasteless mass of celery, green peas!, carrots and diced water chestnuts with very few pieces of dark-meat chicken served over hard noodles. Seriously, this dish had absolutely no taste at all. Dreadful. I tried to doctor it with a little soy sauce. Didn't work.

The total for both items with hot tea was $14.30. Rather pricey.

I would NOT recommend this restaurant.

P.S. I should have paid attention to the previous reviewer who called his experience "GROSS".

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Pros: I can not seriously think of any highlights.

Cons: Awful Food, Dreadful Ambience

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This restaurant is old and the food is terrible. The prices were expensive and the food was so gross. I ordered four dishes for two people and we barely touched any of it. The restaurant needs some serious updating, I think its still stuck in the sixties.

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★☆☆☆☆

This restaurant is old and the food is terrible. The prices were expensive and the food was so gross. I ordered four dishes for two people and we barely touched any of it. The restaurant needs some serious updating, I think its still stuck in the sixties.

Pros: Non

Cons: bad food, super bad ambience

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I AM A LOCAL GOURMET CHEF WHO IS VERY FOND OF CHINESE FOOD. I HAVE EATEN AT KWANG CHOWS FOR OVER 15 YEARS NOW AND HAVE NEVER HAD A BAD DINING EXPERIENCE THERE. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THEIR KUNG POW SHRIMP. I GET IT AT ALMOST EVERY VISIT. BEWARE, IT IS VERY SPICY. YUM. THEIR FU YUNGS ARE WONDERFUL AND FILLING, AND THE FRIED RICES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN DONE TO PERFECTION. TRY IT, YOU'LL SEE HOW IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE COOKED.

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★★★★★

I AM A LOCAL GOURMET CHEF WHO IS VERY FOND OF CHINESE FOOD. I HAVE EATEN AT KWANG CHOWS FOR OVER 15 YEARS NOW AND HAVE NEVER HAD A BAD DINING EXPERIENCE THERE. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THEIR KUNG POW SHRIMP. I GET IT AT ALMOST EVERY VISIT. BEWARE, IT IS VERY SPICY. YUM. THEIR FU YUNGS ARE WONDERFUL AND FILLING, AND THE FRIED RICES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN DONE TO PERFECTION. TRY IT, YOU'LL SEE HOW IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE COOKED.

Pros: GOOD VARIETY, GREAT TASTES, EASY ACCESS

Cons: WHAT THEY LACK IN DECOR, THEY MORE THAN MAKE UP IN FLAVOR

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These guys do it all - BBQ Pork, Fried Rice, Shrimp, Family Meals, individual dishes - all of it. Try the take out some evening, they include the tea, fortune cookies and chop sticks to go. (Wish they delivered!)

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★★★★☆

These guys do it all - BBQ Pork, Fried Rice, Shrimp, Family Meals, individual dishes - all of it. Try the take out some evening, they include the tea, fortune cookies and chop sticks to go. (Wish they delivered!)

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I don't remember the first time I walked into the Kwang Chow Restaurant because I think my mom was pregnant with me. My family has been going there for years. My grandpa loved it because he could smoke and eat at the same time (although not everyone in the family enjoyed this). My parents loved it cause they could get a family dinner for a lower price. When I was about 10 or 12 years old, they use to let me go into the back and get an extra fortune cookie and an RC. Now that I am grown up, I can walk in there and they know my name, ask how my family is doing and the service is always excellent! I took my fiance in there for the first time and he is stuck. He loves it! Definitely one of these BEST Chinese food restaurants around!

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★★★★☆

I don't remember the first time I walked into the Kwang Chow Restaurant because I think my mom was pregnant with me. My family has been going there for years. My grandpa loved it because he could smoke and eat at the same time (although not everyone in the family enjoyed this). My parents loved it cause they could get a family dinner for a lower price. When I was about 10 or 12 years old, they use to let me go into the back and get an extra fortune cookie and an RC. Now that I am grown up, I can walk in there and they know my name, ask how my family is doing and the service is always excellent! I took my fiance in there for the first time and he is stuck. He loves it! Definitely one of these BEST Chinese food restaurants around!

Pros: Food, Service and Price

Cons: Smoking Area, Worn down, smaller

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I read the reviews and many people seem satisfied with this restaurant. I called in an order for take out. I picked up my food but the food was not what I had ordered. I guess they didn't understand me or something!! The food was not good at all. The fried rice had no flavor and they sprinkled cut up pieces of bbq pork on top of the fried rice; basically it was rice fried with soy sauce, the sweet and sour shrimp had sauce that tasted basically like ketchup but sweetened, and the pork that I ordered was all fatty and gross. Come on people!! This is not a good restaurant. You must not have ever tried real chinese food!

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★☆☆☆☆

I read the reviews and many people seem satisfied with this restaurant. I called in an order for take out. I picked up my food but the food was not what I had ordered. I guess they didn't understand me or something!! The food was not good at all. The fried rice had no flavor and they sprinkled cut up pieces of bbq pork on top of the fried rice; basically it was rice fried with soy sauce, the sweet and sour shrimp had sauce that tasted basically like ketchup but sweetened, and the pork that I ordered was all fatty and gross. Come on people!! This is not a good restaurant. You must not have ever tried real chinese food!

Cons: everything

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After seeing the great reviews online, I thought this was one of THE places to try Chinese food. Unfortunately, I am again disappointed. I dropped in for lunch at about 12:20 and I was able to grab a table right away.....this should have warned me. If the food is that great, wouldn't there be a wait for a table? Going against my normal rule on dining out ,(do not eat at a restaurant if it is almost empty during a normally busy time of day) I grabbed one of the many open tables. I ignored the slightly stale smell of the place because all of the reviews said it was a funky diner but the food was excellent. I take a tour of the buffet (1 small section of hot food and 1/4 section of cold lettuce/fruit section), not a lot of choices but that's OK, I grab my plate and head to the hot food. Everyone said the spring rolls were awesome and the best they had ever tasted, I am not sure where they have dined at, but they were definitely not the best I had ever eaten. They had good flavor but the filling was not really distinguishable, everything inside was mushy and the outside was very greasy. The noodle dishes were better than the ones at the fast food chinese shops in the malls but the kung pao chicken had no flavor and did not look very fresh. The price of the buffet was the same compared to some of the other Chinese buffet lunch places around the city, but the other palces have a much better selection and better food. Overall it was a very disappointing lunch.

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★★☆☆☆

After seeing the great reviews online, I thought this was one of THE places to try Chinese food. Unfortunately, I am again disappointed. I dropped in for lunch at about 12:20 and I was able to grab a table right away.....this should have warned me. If the food is that great, wouldn't there be a wait for a table? Going against my normal rule on dining out ,(do not eat at a restaurant if it is almost empty during a normally busy time of day) I grabbed one of the many open tables. I ignored the slightly stale smell of the place because all of the reviews said it was a funky diner but the food was excellent. I take a tour of the buffet (1 small section of hot food and 1/4 section of cold lettuce/fruit section), not a lot of choices but that's OK, I grab my plate and head to the hot food. Everyone said the spring rolls were awesome and the best they had ever tasted, I am not sure where they have dined at, but they were definitely not the best I had ever eaten. They had good flavor but the filling was not really distinguishable, everything inside was mushy and the outside was very greasy. The noodle dishes were better than the ones at the fast food chinese shops in the malls but the kung pao chicken had no flavor and did not look very fresh. The price of the buffet was the same compared to some of the other Chinese buffet lunch places around the city, but the other palces have a much better selection and better food. Overall it was a very disappointing lunch.

Pros: Qucik Seating, Easy to find

Cons: Food not fresh, greasy.

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You will honestly never taste another eggroll that is better, or one that can compare. My family has been going to this restaurant for over 20 years. Including Grandparents, parents, my siblings and all of our children. I have completely stopped going to any other Chinese restaurant because there is just not another place in Oregon, Washington or California that I have found that can even compare to this one. It is definately causal dining, with a comfortable and inviting atmosphere for children. It is not decorated fancy, but the food and the service is great. The same waitresses have been there for over 15 years, and they are married to the cooks. It is family owned, and even the daughters of the owners have worked there over the years. If you like spice just ask for some of the chili sauce on the side... it will make your mouth water and set your taste buds on a roller coaster ride. This is a must try restaurant. Every friend or extended family member that we have taken with us has become a regular return visitor, because they too can't find another place that has Chinese food that is this GOOD.

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★★★★★

You will honestly never taste another eggroll that is better, or one that can compare. My family has been going to this restaurant for over 20 years. Including Grandparents, parents, my siblings and all of our children. I have completely stopped going to any other Chinese restaurant because there is just not another place in Oregon, Washington or California that I have found that can even compare to this one. It is definately causal dining, with a comfortable and inviting atmosphere for children. It is not decorated fancy, but the food and the service is great. The same waitresses have been there for over 15 years, and they are married to the cooks. It is family owned, and even the daughters of the owners have worked there over the years. If you like spice just ask for some of the chili sauce on the side... it will make your mouth water and set your taste buds on a roller coaster ride. This is a must try restaurant. Every friend or extended family member that we have taken with us has become a regular return visitor, because they too can't find another place that has Chinese food that is this GOOD.

Pros: Egg Rolls, Service, Price,

Cons: None that I can think of

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Kwang Chow Restaurant has been my favorite Chinese food restaurant for about 15 yrs. They are a friendly group of people, their food is always good, and the price is right. My favorite dish is the pork noodle soup, "lots of pork" when ever I order pork noodle soup from other restaurants, I compare it to Kwang Chows and I have not found one that compares :no joke" Years ago I took my son there, he was 9yrs. old, they taught him how to eat with chop sticks and to this day he remembers them and always talks about how he learned to eat with sticks. Thank you Kwang Chow.

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★★★★★

Kwang Chow Restaurant has been my favorite Chinese food restaurant for about 15 yrs. They are a friendly group of people, their food is always good, and the price is right. My favorite dish is the pork noodle soup, "lots of pork" when ever I order pork noodle soup from other restaurants, I compare it to Kwang Chows and I have not found one that compares :no joke" Years ago I took my son there, he was 9yrs. old, they taught him how to eat with chop sticks and to this day he remembers them and always talks about how he learned to eat with sticks. Thank you Kwang Chow.

Pros: Friendly, excellent food

Cons: Not trying it.

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I have tried MANY Chinese resturants around Portland/Area and I have to say it is the BEST. THE BEST FOOD, BEST PRICE AND BEST SERVICES. It is not a fancy place one bit, but clean it is!!!

I VERY HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PLACE...CAN YOU TELL?

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★★★★★

I have tried MANY Chinese resturants around Portland/Area and I have to say it is the BEST. THE BEST FOOD, BEST PRICE AND BEST SERVICES. It is not a fancy place one bit, but clean it is!!!

I VERY HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PLACE...CAN YOU TELL?

Pros: Great Food, Great Serice, Friendy staff

Cons: If you dont go, If you dont go, If you dont go

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I like the complimentary hot tea they serve when you eat here. They are open late, and the service overall is slightly better than a Denny's or any IHOP would be.

PROS: Specials can be good & tea is very good.
CONS: They heavily deep-fry everything; sometimes a bit too much, which is very unhealthy.

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★★☆☆☆

I like the complimentary hot tea they serve when you eat here. They are open late, and the service overall is slightly better than a Denny's or any IHOP would be.

PROS: Specials can be good & tea is very good.
CONS: They heavily deep-fry everything; sometimes a bit too much, which is very unhealthy.

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I love going to Kwang chow restaurant, I go there just for the shrimp, egg rolls and tea. It is so good. As you walk in you are seated by the hostess and then the waitress brings you hot tea and takes your order. There are so many good items you can order. From chow mein to egg foo young. They also have lunch specials. Like a lunch buffet which is really good.

I would recommend it to everyone.

PROS: Great shrimp and egg rolls
CONS: Can be dark when you first walk in

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★★★★★

I love going to Kwang chow restaurant, I go there just for the shrimp, egg rolls and tea. It is so good. As you walk in you are seated by the hostess and then the waitress brings you hot tea and takes your order. There are so many good items you can order. From chow mein to egg foo young. They also have lunch specials. Like a lunch buffet which is really good.

I would recommend it to everyone.

PROS: Great shrimp and egg rolls
CONS: Can be dark when you first walk in

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The Best eggrolls ever, and that to the many other great dishes, and the all you can eat buffet (where you can eat eggrolls to your hearts content) and you have the best Chinese restraunt around.

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★★★★★

The Best eggrolls ever, and that to the many other great dishes, and the all you can eat buffet (where you can eat eggrolls to your hearts content) and you have the best Chinese restraunt around.

Pros: eggrolls, buffet, price

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Kwang Chow has absolutely the best meatless almond chow mein and meatless fried rice. So fresh and delicious! Yes, you can go meatless at a Chinese Restaruant. This restaurant serves Chinese food the way American's like it. I'm so lucky it's in my neighborhood. And the people are so nice and friendly.

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★★★★★

Kwang Chow has absolutely the best meatless almond chow mein and meatless fried rice. So fresh and delicious! Yes, you can go meatless at a Chinese Restaruant. This restaurant serves Chinese food the way American's like it. I'm so lucky it's in my neighborhood. And the people are so nice and friendly.

Pros: Value, Good Parking, good service

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This is hands-down my favorite Chinese restaurant in Portland. It is very quaint and not much to look at from the outside or inside. But EVERYTHING that I have tried here is good and tastes better than anything I've tried in other Chinese restaurants. My favorites: the pork fried rice; egg rolls; egg foo young; sweet & sour chicken (no fatty pieces!). Very big portions, so you'll have leftovers. I get takeout a lot here.

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★★★★★

This is hands-down my favorite Chinese restaurant in Portland. It is very quaint and not much to look at from the outside or inside. But EVERYTHING that I have tried here is good and tastes better than anything I've tried in other Chinese restaurants. My favorites: the pork fried rice; egg rolls; egg foo young; sweet & sour chicken (no fatty pieces!). Very big portions, so you'll have leftovers. I get takeout a lot here.

Pros: Food, Inexpensive, Large portions

Cons: Ambience

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This has got to be the best oriental cuisine I have eaten in a long time. This restaurant stands second to none in the egg roll department. You can't beat a Kwang Chow egg roll and an order of pork fried rice when those hunger pains start coming on.

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★★★★★

This has got to be the best oriental cuisine I have eaten in a long time. This restaurant stands second to none in the egg roll department. You can't beat a Kwang Chow egg roll and an order of pork fried rice when those hunger pains start coming on.

 

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