Jin Wah Restaurant

★★★☆☆
  • 4021 SW 117th Ave

    Beaverton, OR 97005

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  • 503-641-2852

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My takeout Sweet and Sour Chicken had virtually no chicken in it - it was mostly dried out skins and batter. I call back and they promise to make me another one with meat in it, but it still does not. The guy handing me the food opens up

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★★★★★

My takeout Sweet and Sour Chicken had virtually no chicken in it - it was mostly dried out skins and batter. I call back and they promise to make me another one with meat in it, but it still does not. The guy handing me the food opens up

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Today is the last time I try to give this place a chance, due to their bad Manager..Over the past three years I have dropped in alone and with others, and I am the only stubborn hold out in the bunch..The Manager Vo is a egotistical and

3
★★★★★

Today is the last time I try to give this place a chance, due to their bad Manager..Over the past three years I have dropped in alone and with others, and I am the only stubborn hold out in the bunch..The Manager Vo is a egotistical and

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It is very rude and weird that the manager refuses to let my husband and my 18-year-old boy and me in, just because I am holding a glass of baby formula milk in my hand. He says no outside food! I understand what is normally meant when

3
★★★★★

It is very rude and weird that the manager refuses to let my husband and my 18-year-old boy and me in, just because I am holding a glass of baby formula milk in my hand. He says no outside food! I understand what is normally meant when

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I have been going to Jin Wah for at least 5 years now and absolutely love this place. Great dim sum, fantastic pho and you must try both the salt & pepper squid and chinese broccoli. Great service too! A must try place for lovers of dim

3
★★★★★

I have been going to Jin Wah for at least 5 years now and absolutely love this place. Great dim sum, fantastic pho and you must try both the salt & pepper squid and chinese broccoli. Great service too! A must try place for lovers of dim

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I really disagree with all the negative comments. I've been going to the Jin Wah near the Beaverton TC since 2007 and the service has always been amazing. Some of the best tasting Chinese and Vietnamese food. Their dimsum is amazing, a little spendy, but so worth it. If you're sick, try one of their pho bowls. It has refreshed me on numerous occasions after eating. I also recommend their salt and pepper squid. SOOO AMAZING!

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★★★★☆

I really disagree with all the negative comments. I've been going to the Jin Wah near the Beaverton TC since 2007 and the service has always been amazing. Some of the best tasting Chinese and Vietnamese food. Their dimsum is amazing, a little spendy, but so worth it. If you're sick, try one of their pho bowls. It has refreshed me on numerous occasions after eating. I also recommend their salt and pepper squid. SOOO AMAZING!

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We use to always go there until one day. My husband and I decided to go during lunch. Wasn't too busy. We had to wait as least 10 mins to get sit. Took them forever to take our order. When we finally got our food, all the staff was waiting over our shoulders like they wanted us to hurry up and eat then leave. The service was so bad we decided not to leave a tip. At the time when we payed the cashier, another employee asked to see if we left a tip in chinese, and the cashier replied "no" in chinese. Hello we may not chinese but we may understand. After that we decided never to go there again and it's been a couple of years. We found a better place in Hillsboro. The Portland restaurant is the same! BE AWARE! DON'T EVER WASTE YOUR MONEY THERE!

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★☆☆☆☆

We use to always go there until one day. My husband and I decided to go during lunch. Wasn't too busy. We had to wait as least 10 mins to get sit. Took them forever to take our order. When we finally got our food, all the staff was waiting over our shoulders like they wanted us to hurry up and eat then leave. The service was so bad we decided not to leave a tip. At the time when we payed the cashier, another employee asked to see if we left a tip in chinese, and the cashier replied "no" in chinese. Hello we may not chinese but we may understand. After that we decided never to go there again and it's been a couple of years. We found a better place in Hillsboro. The Portland restaurant is the same! BE AWARE! DON'T EVER WASTE YOUR MONEY THERE!

Pros: pho

Cons: Everything else....

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The food at Jin Wah's is good but I am not happy that they now charge for white rice and no longer give fortune cookies.

This is for take out food, I haven't eaten in the restaurant since the DimSum carts starting circling the dining room.

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★★☆☆☆

The food at Jin Wah's is good but I am not happy that they now charge for white rice and no longer give fortune cookies.

This is for take out food, I haven't eaten in the restaurant since the DimSum carts starting circling the dining room.

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You know when a place is filled with the same ethnic customers as the food it's serving, the food will most likely be good. I was skeptical about it, due to the location, but decided to give it a try. Based on the poor reviews the others gave it, I can only guess that they have completely changed the way they do things. As a Chinese person who has grown up knowing good Chinese food, I can honestly say our dim sum was on par with some of the best we have had, even when comparing to areas near Vancouver Canada.

All dishes were steaming hot and fresh, and the turnip cakes and steamed bows were some of the best I've ever had. I read one of the other reviewers who said the servers english was not very good and made that sound so horrible. While our servers had poor english, they were very friendly and patient while we ordered. Come on, if you go into an ethnic restaurant, don't you want real people of that ethnicity? I do.

All in all, we really enjoyed our lunch. I was a bit surprised at the $76 bill, which included 3 adults and 2 small children. After tip, we walked out at $86. For our family at least, that is a spendy lunch. $10-12 maximum per person is a luxury for us.

Anyway, don't be turned off by the other reviews, or at least give it a shot yourself. I normally go across town to Wong Kings, but this was closer and the food hotter. As far as cleanliness goes, we are neat freaks and hate dirty joints, and found this place very clean.

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★★★★★

You know when a place is filled with the same ethnic customers as the food it's serving, the food will most likely be good. I was skeptical about it, due to the location, but decided to give it a try. Based on the poor reviews the others gave it, I can only guess that they have completely changed the way they do things. As a Chinese person who has grown up knowing good Chinese food, I can honestly say our dim sum was on par with some of the best we have had, even when comparing to areas near Vancouver Canada.

All dishes were steaming hot and fresh, and the turnip cakes and steamed bows were some of the best I've ever had. I read one of the other reviewers who said the servers english was not very good and made that sound so horrible. While our servers had poor english, they were very friendly and patient while we ordered. Come on, if you go into an ethnic restaurant, don't you want real people of that ethnicity? I do.

All in all, we really enjoyed our lunch. I was a bit surprised at the $76 bill, which included 3 adults and 2 small children. After tip, we walked out at $86. For our family at least, that is a spendy lunch. $10-12 maximum per person is a luxury for us.

Anyway, don't be turned off by the other reviews, or at least give it a shot yourself. I normally go across town to Wong Kings, but this was closer and the food hotter. As far as cleanliness goes, we are neat freaks and hate dirty joints, and found this place very clean.

Pros: Very hot and fresh, friendly, good selection

Cons: a bit pricey for dim sum

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The first thing I notice after entering the restaurant is the air inside is a little smelly at certain spots. And the spoons and forks they put on table didn't seem to be that clean. I should have had left it right way. But I didn't, which proved to be a terrible mistake. After dinnng out at Jin Wah with my family last Saturday, both I, my wife and my mom got food poisoning sympotom. I vomitted 6 times from 9am to 2pm with my body trembling and also had diarhea frequently was so weak afterward that I have to stay bedresting for two days. My mom had the similar sympotoms for two days. Thank God, my daughter was fuzzy during dinner and didn't eat much.
Avoid it, unless you have a really strong stamach.

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★☆☆☆☆

The first thing I notice after entering the restaurant is the air inside is a little smelly at certain spots. And the spoons and forks they put on table didn't seem to be that clean. I should have had left it right way. But I didn't, which proved to be a terrible mistake. After dinnng out at Jin Wah with my family last Saturday, both I, my wife and my mom got food poisoning sympotom. I vomitted 6 times from 9am to 2pm with my body trembling and also had diarhea frequently was so weak afterward that I have to stay bedresting for two days. My mom had the similar sympotoms for two days. Thank God, my daughter was fuzzy during dinner and didn't eat much.
Avoid it, unless you have a really strong stamach.

Pros: Quite a few selection in Menu

Cons: Bad Hygiene Standard, Food poisoning

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This was the worst restaurant dining experience we have had in years....not only was the service bad (nobody understood english) but the General Tso's and Garlic Spareribs were almost unedible. Will never go back.

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★☆☆☆☆

This was the worst restaurant dining experience we have had in years....not only was the service bad (nobody understood english) but the General Tso's and Garlic Spareribs were almost unedible. Will never go back.

Pros: none

Cons: everything

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If you KNOW dim sum, this is horrible. If you don't, it's still horrible because you will never know what REAL dim sum tastes like. Take the time to travel to the east side of Portland and get a real Dim Sum meal.

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★☆☆☆☆

If you KNOW dim sum, this is horrible. If you don't, it's still horrible because you will never know what REAL dim sum tastes like. Take the time to travel to the east side of Portland and get a real Dim Sum meal.

Pros: Convenient

Cons: Awful and greasy food

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I have eaten here three times now, and found the food quite good each time. Many of the employees speak little English, but enough to get the order right. There is one waiter who is quite surly, but it is well worth his coarse personality to get at the food.

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★★★★☆

I have eaten here three times now, and found the food quite good each time. Many of the employees speak little English, but enough to get the order right. There is one waiter who is quite surly, but it is well worth his coarse personality to get at the food.

Pros: unique fried rice

Cons: sometimes surly waiter

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Pros:
* Salt & Pepper Calamari
*Pho

Cons:
*Everything else, namely: all aspects of the service, cleanliness, sanitation of food questionable

I don't even know where to start with the service. They are way overstaffed and because of it, it feels like 36 staff are assigned to each table where they just hover over your shoulder waiting for you to order, eat, and leave. None of the staff smiles, not one person, not one time; never. Since they have too much staff on duty, they're usually wandering around like a lost puppy or they're all huddled around a round table shooting the breeze with the some of the patrons.

Cleanliness comes into question with things like the crab tank. Take a look at it when you go in. Is it supposed to be so black that you can't even see the crab?

Here's something weird. When was the last time you went to McDonalds and 6 staff members came out to a table beside you, dumped out a box of frozen french fries and started sorting through it?

Well that's what happens here, all the time. The staff bring boxes of produce out into the dining area, pick a table next to you, dump out all the produce onto the table(to be used in your food) and start picking through it. All while you're trying to eat. This has to be some sort of health code violation. I see them do it every time I go in.

Unless you have a serious appetite for Pho or Calamari, DO NOT EAT HERE.

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★☆☆☆☆

Pros:
* Salt & Pepper Calamari
*Pho

Cons:
*Everything else, namely: all aspects of the service, cleanliness, sanitation of food questionable

I don't even know where to start with the service. They are way overstaffed and because of it, it feels like 36 staff are assigned to each table where they just hover over your shoulder waiting for you to order, eat, and leave. None of the staff smiles, not one person, not one time; never. Since they have too much staff on duty, they're usually wandering around like a lost puppy or they're all huddled around a round table shooting the breeze with the some of the patrons.

Cleanliness comes into question with things like the crab tank. Take a look at it when you go in. Is it supposed to be so black that you can't even see the crab?

Here's something weird. When was the last time you went to McDonalds and 6 staff members came out to a table beside you, dumped out a box of frozen french fries and started sorting through it?

Well that's what happens here, all the time. The staff bring boxes of produce out into the dining area, pick a table next to you, dump out all the produce onto the table(to be used in your food) and start picking through it. All while you're trying to eat. This has to be some sort of health code violation. I see them do it every time I go in.

Unless you have a serious appetite for Pho or Calamari, DO NOT EAT HERE.

Pros: Salt & Pepper Calamari & Pho

Cons: Everything Else

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My family and I are regulars at this restaurant, mostly because of their delicious Pho soups. They are priced right and are the perfect fix for cold and rainy Oregon days, fast too! We occassionally order from their "regular entree" menu, but service is spoty, you may get one dish only to receive the second and third 15 minutes later. Now that most of the staff know us they are nicer, but if they don't know you, you will get the rather impersonal stereotypical asian attitude. My main complaint about this place is their water, it is AWFUL!!!!! Bring your own, or plan on buying soda....I often wonder if they do it on purpose to get you to buy drinks. It taste like formaldihyde (if that is how you spell it) and bleach, I am surprsed that this is an ongoing problem and that is doesn't get fixed. My absolute fave is the Sate beef soup bowl.

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★★★☆☆

My family and I are regulars at this restaurant, mostly because of their delicious Pho soups. They are priced right and are the perfect fix for cold and rainy Oregon days, fast too! We occassionally order from their "regular entree" menu, but service is spoty, you may get one dish only to receive the second and third 15 minutes later. Now that most of the staff know us they are nicer, but if they don't know you, you will get the rather impersonal stereotypical asian attitude. My main complaint about this place is their water, it is AWFUL!!!!! Bring your own, or plan on buying soda....I often wonder if they do it on purpose to get you to buy drinks. It taste like formaldihyde (if that is how you spell it) and bleach, I am surprsed that this is an ongoing problem and that is doesn't get fixed. My absolute fave is the Sate beef soup bowl.

Pros: great soup, plenty of parking, no waiting

Cons: water, inconsistant service

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If you want to try some different types of Asian foods this is a great place to go. Great coconut/walnut shrimp, out of this world. Always get several different dishes and share with everyone in party. The prices are great and would recommend to anyone that likes Asian food.

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★★★★★

If you want to try some different types of Asian foods this is a great place to go. Great coconut/walnut shrimp, out of this world. Always get several different dishes and share with everyone in party. The prices are great and would recommend to anyone that likes Asian food.

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I would never recommend Jin Wah's to anybody. We went to this place to try a new asian restaurant since the one's we've been to were great (ie Zab thai, pho hung, thai derm, hong kong 97...). We ordered a salad roll, chicken chow mein and the chicken trio, which came with lemon, cashew nut, and general tsao's chicken. The food was tasteless, oily, fatty, salty (outright disgusting). Seriously, how do you mess up on a salad roll or even general tsao's chicken?
Now the service - where do I start!!! We walked in to a rude hostess who didn't even greet us (probably didn't speak English! No offense!) We waited.... waited... waited... waited some more and finally were asked if we were ready to order. Once we got our food, nobody checked on the WHOLE time we were there until we asked for our check.
This restaurant was soooo badddd that we ended up going to a burger joint afterwards!!! I can't believe we even paid...

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★☆☆☆☆

I would never recommend Jin Wah's to anybody. We went to this place to try a new asian restaurant since the one's we've been to were great (ie Zab thai, pho hung, thai derm, hong kong 97...). We ordered a salad roll, chicken chow mein and the chicken trio, which came with lemon, cashew nut, and general tsao's chicken. The food was tasteless, oily, fatty, salty (outright disgusting). Seriously, how do you mess up on a salad roll or even general tsao's chicken?
Now the service - where do I start!!! We walked in to a rude hostess who didn't even greet us (probably didn't speak English! No offense!) We waited.... waited... waited... waited some more and finally were asked if we were ready to order. Once we got our food, nobody checked on the WHOLE time we were there until we asked for our check.
This restaurant was soooo badddd that we ended up going to a burger joint afterwards!!! I can't believe we even paid...

Pros: Spacious

Cons: Service, food - oily, fatty!

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Overall Jin Wah is a great place to enjoy some Asian food in a casual and relaxed atmosphere with plenty of tables and space. They are also open later then most restaurants in Beaverton. While most of the staff speaks little English and can sometimes come across as a bit abrupt during rush hours or on the phone while taking to go orders, they are friendly and efficient. The owner is a familiar face on the floor as he chats with his regulars and checks to make sure you are enjoying everything. I would definitely say they are a bit more attentive to their regular customers so becoming a familiar face will only enhance your experience. Now, the food. Talk about inconsistent. The only thing really consistent about the food is that it tends to be a bit oily, so ask for no oil. (If you ask for no oil, you will still have oil in the dishes; unless you ask for steamed.) However, I still gave Jin Wah high marks because the dishes that are good are positively delicious- plus the dim sum at lunch is delectable. With dishes you haven't ordered before, either split with a friend to see if you like them or try the lunch menu for smaller portions and lower prices. It is best to build a core list of dishes that are consistently delicious, then experiment with different dishes here and there. I would like to recommend a few dishes my boyfriend and I enjoy. The salad rolls are far superior to any we have ever had and are extraordinarily delicious. They are light and refreshing, yet can fill you up. The wonton soup is amazing--rich chicken broth with delicious and plentiful wontons. P_tstickers are very good, but what you expect from a good Asian restaurant. The #702, Noodle Soup, is flavorful and filling, but order the EGG NOODLES, NOT the rice noodles. The Scallop and Eggplant Clayp_t is divine--one of my favorites.

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★★★★☆

Overall Jin Wah is a great place to enjoy some Asian food in a casual and relaxed atmosphere with plenty of tables and space. They are also open later then most restaurants in Beaverton. While most of the staff speaks little English and can sometimes come across as a bit abrupt during rush hours or on the phone while taking to go orders, they are friendly and efficient. The owner is a familiar face on the floor as he chats with his regulars and checks to make sure you are enjoying everything. I would definitely say they are a bit more attentive to their regular customers so becoming a familiar face will only enhance your experience. Now, the food. Talk about inconsistent. The only thing really consistent about the food is that it tends to be a bit oily, so ask for no oil. (If you ask for no oil, you will still have oil in the dishes; unless you ask for steamed.) However, I still gave Jin Wah high marks because the dishes that are good are positively delicious- plus the dim sum at lunch is delectable. With dishes you haven't ordered before, either split with a friend to see if you like them or try the lunch menu for smaller portions and lower prices. It is best to build a core list of dishes that are consistently delicious, then experiment with different dishes here and there. I would like to recommend a few dishes my boyfriend and I enjoy. The salad rolls are far superior to any we have ever had and are extraordinarily delicious. They are light and refreshing, yet can fill you up. The wonton soup is amazing--rich chicken broth with delicious and plentiful wontons. P_tstickers are very good, but what you expect from a good Asian restaurant. The #702, Noodle Soup, is flavorful and filling, but order the EGG NOODLES, NOT the rice noodles. The Scallop and Eggplant Clayp_t is divine--one of my favorites.

Pros: variety, dim sum at luch, salad rolls, parking, casual atmosphere, inviting, space,

Cons: inconsistant dishes, oily, heavy

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Wide selection of dishes, not the best chinese I've had but better than a lot of restaurants out there. The staff is quick and attentive, and food, once ordered, comes out in a steady stream. Good quality for your money.

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★★★☆☆

Wide selection of dishes, not the best chinese I've had but better than a lot of restaurants out there. The staff is quick and attentive, and food, once ordered, comes out in a steady stream. Good quality for your money.

Pros: Quick service and delivery

Cons: Some generic dishes, not a place to take a date.

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I was in on Saturaday and had the Pepper Salted Squid and the Tofu Claypot and it was delicious!!! The waitress also recommended something call fish maw soup, and so we ordered that too. It was a busy night so there was a little wait for the food but well worth it. I heard they have dim sum during the day and am really exicted to try it out.

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★★★★★

I was in on Saturaday and had the Pepper Salted Squid and the Tofu Claypot and it was delicious!!! The waitress also recommended something call fish maw soup, and so we ordered that too. It was a busy night so there was a little wait for the food but well worth it. I heard they have dim sum during the day and am really exicted to try it out.

Pros: parking, food

Cons: busy place

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This restaurant is dirty and serves old food. Their staff is rude. Other than the relatively low prices, i would not reccomend Jin Wah. I have order several entrees with other foods stuck to the side of the plates. Then, i have had dirty spoons and forks given to me. When asking for a replacement, the staff was exceptionally rude; like they were being bothered and did not want to help us.

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★☆☆☆☆

This restaurant is dirty and serves old food. Their staff is rude. Other than the relatively low prices, i would not reccomend Jin Wah. I have order several entrees with other foods stuck to the side of the plates. Then, i have had dirty spoons and forks given to me. When asking for a replacement, the staff was exceptionally rude; like they were being bothered and did not want to help us.

Pros: cheap food

Cons: dirty, rude staff, old food

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If you happen to be in the area, its not a bad place to enjoy a nice group meal or cheap eats in Vietnamese / Chinese fashion. The Dim Sum is supposed to be pretty decent, but my experiences here have all been average at best.

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★★★☆☆

If you happen to be in the area, its not a bad place to enjoy a nice group meal or cheap eats in Vietnamese / Chinese fashion. The Dim Sum is supposed to be pretty decent, but my experiences here have all been average at best.

Pros: Variety, Prices, Service, Ambiance

Cons: Food (at times)

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The new location is pretty nice, and the kitchen problems associated with the move seem to be a thing of the past. My wife, mother-in-law, and sister-in-law, (all born in Taiwan and raised in Asia), insist that this is the best, most authentic Chinese available in Beaverton. If out-of-town relatives are visiting, this resturant is *always* on the itinerary.

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★★★★★

The new location is pretty nice, and the kitchen problems associated with the move seem to be a thing of the past. My wife, mother-in-law, and sister-in-law, (all born in Taiwan and raised in Asia), insist that this is the best, most authentic Chinese available in Beaverton. If out-of-town relatives are visiting, this resturant is *always* on the itinerary.

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This is the best kept secret in the metro area for Dim Sum. They offer all the traditional favorites and many special dim sum items. It is an adventure to go just to find out what the special items will be. The printed menu is extensive with many unusual items, however the menu food in hit or miss as far as quality is concerned. I have ordered dishes that were terrific one night and just awful on another night. The Dim Sum, however, are consistently the best I have ever tasted.

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★★★★★

This is the best kept secret in the metro area for Dim Sum. They offer all the traditional favorites and many special dim sum items. It is an adventure to go just to find out what the special items will be. The printed menu is extensive with many unusual items, however the menu food in hit or miss as far as quality is concerned. I have ordered dishes that were terrific one night and just awful on another night. The Dim Sum, however, are consistently the best I have ever tasted.

Pros: Great Dim Sum, Great Prices, Great Staff

Cons: Poor parking, Menu food so so, Short staffed

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My wife and I went to a group dinner that was held at this restaurant and it was an awful experience. The food was totally bland - just soggy food with no taste. The service was poor - they just put 2-liter bottles of soda on the table instead of bothering to pour drinks for us. And the place was hot and stuffy.

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★☆☆☆☆

My wife and I went to a group dinner that was held at this restaurant and it was an awful experience. The food was totally bland - just soggy food with no taste. The service was poor - they just put 2-liter bottles of soda on the table instead of bothering to pour drinks for us. And the place was hot and stuffy.

Cons: bland food

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This place is great! The food is fresh and tastes great. I have gone to Jin Wah several times for dim sum and have always found something new and different to try each time. Several carts contain the "standard" stuff (dumplings, buns, bbq pork ribs, noodles, etc..) all served fresh and taste delicious. But the reason Jin Wah is special is because of the trays of unique items that come round, as well (the sugar cane shrimp is one of my favorites). There is always plenty of variety, the servers are friendly and willing to explain items and the prices are quite reasonable. I would highly recommend it. Be aware that it can be busy for lunch on the weekends, but it is worth the wait!

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★★★★★

This place is great! The food is fresh and tastes great. I have gone to Jin Wah several times for dim sum and have always found something new and different to try each time. Several carts contain the "standard" stuff (dumplings, buns, bbq pork ribs, noodles, etc..) all served fresh and taste delicious. But the reason Jin Wah is special is because of the trays of unique items that come round, as well (the sugar cane shrimp is one of my favorites). There is always plenty of variety, the servers are friendly and willing to explain items and the prices are quite reasonable. I would highly recommend it. Be aware that it can be busy for lunch on the weekends, but it is worth the wait!

Pros: Inexpensive, Wide Variety, Good Service

Cons: Crowded

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I'm very surprised and pleased at the new location. I usually go there about three times a year when I'm in the area and feeling like some chinese food, and when i visited a few days ago, they had moved to a new location! The restaurant is about three times the size as the old one, and it's so pretty in there! It reminds me of P.F. Chang's, only more authenic. It's the real deal, with the crab tanks and asian waiters who speak every language imaginable. The food rocks, too! Try the green onion chicken. Sweet and smooth. So good, I'm going to have to journey back there a lot more often.

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★★★★★

I'm very surprised and pleased at the new location. I usually go there about three times a year when I'm in the area and feeling like some chinese food, and when i visited a few days ago, they had moved to a new location! The restaurant is about three times the size as the old one, and it's so pretty in there! It reminds me of P.F. Chang's, only more authenic. It's the real deal, with the crab tanks and asian waiters who speak every language imaginable. The food rocks, too! Try the green onion chicken. Sweet and smooth. So good, I'm going to have to journey back there a lot more often.

 

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