Tony Wang's Chinese Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 2217 Lincoln Hwy E

    Lancaster, PA 17602

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  • 717-399-1915

About Tony Wang's Chinese Restaurant

Hours
Mon. - Thu., Sun. 11:30am - 8:15pm;Fri. - Sat. 11:30am - 9:15pm

Food

Food
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Was in Lancaster to see Jonah and friends wanted Chinese. Hot Sour was very good. My plate of ma wa shrimp came out dark and steamy and first bite was wonderful. Then I saw a deeply coated cockroach on the plate with everything else. Was

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Was in Lancaster to see Jonah and friends wanted Chinese. Hot Sour was very good. My plate of ma wa shrimp came out dark and steamy and first bite was wonderful. Then I saw a deeply coated cockroach on the plate with everything else. Was

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Tony's seems to get the "best of" newspaper awards and many reviews here are very complementary. I can only speak of my own experiences. Seems to be a place where you either Love it or Hate it...

We have eaten here twice, both at dinnertime and both when the dining room was about 2/3-3/4 full. There seemed to be sufficient Servers to deal with their assigned tables.

This narrative relates to the second dinner at Tony's the first was very much the same. The service was slow but no mistakes were made. If it had been a tad slower the servers would have arrived at an empty table.

The steamed dumplings were good but we waited a long time for our server to venture past [we had to flag the server down to ask how our order was progressing]. It finally arrived, my shredded Beef in garlic sauce was tough and stringy and if there was any garlic in the sauce it was powdered and in micro quantities. My Wife ordered the Scallops with peas. Her scallops were few in number and had a sharp aftertaste reminiscent of Adolph's Meat Tenderizer and her peas were a dark soggy green over-steamed.

One of the few times we didn't ask for a doggy bag to take the leftovers home for another round. We didn't want them. I had to stand up and walk about to get the server's attention so the check could be dealt with.

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★★☆☆☆

Tony's seems to get the "best of" newspaper awards and many reviews here are very complementary. I can only speak of my own experiences. Seems to be a place where you either Love it or Hate it...

We have eaten here twice, both at dinnertime and both when the dining room was about 2/3-3/4 full. There seemed to be sufficient Servers to deal with their assigned tables.

This narrative relates to the second dinner at Tony's the first was very much the same. The service was slow but no mistakes were made. If it had been a tad slower the servers would have arrived at an empty table.

The steamed dumplings were good but we waited a long time for our server to venture past [we had to flag the server down to ask how our order was progressing]. It finally arrived, my shredded Beef in garlic sauce was tough and stringy and if there was any garlic in the sauce it was powdered and in micro quantities. My Wife ordered the Scallops with peas. Her scallops were few in number and had a sharp aftertaste reminiscent of Adolph's Meat Tenderizer and her peas were a dark soggy green over-steamed.

One of the few times we didn't ask for a doggy bag to take the leftovers home for another round. We didn't want them. I had to stand up and walk about to get the server's attention so the check could be dealt with.

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My family ate at this restaurant in June 2012. We found a little roach on our white rice. When we complained and brought this up to the waiter. The restaurant's attitude is "no big deal"; which left me wondering about their sanitary

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My family ate at this restaurant in June 2012. We found a little roach on our white rice. When we complained and brought this up to the waiter. The restaurant's attitude is "no big deal"; which left me wondering about their sanitary

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I've been going to Tony Wang's for 16+ years. Tony and his wife and all of his staff have always been polite and helpful I get carryout when I go but I've never seen the place in anything but clean neat order. I've never had poorly made

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I've been going to Tony Wang's for 16+ years. Tony and his wife and all of his staff have always been polite and helpful I get carryout when I go but I've never seen the place in anything but clean neat order. I've never had poorly made

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I was wondering about all these negatives because our family has been eating here for over 20 years and not all in one meal so the service is definitely not slow. ;)

We've celebrated special occasions and they've always swiftly and cheerfully attended to us. Due to dietary needs, some of our family submits special requests and that's never a problem. Some of us prefer it spicy and hot and they always throw in additional sauces and double check that all is satisfactory.

Our experiences have always been the opposite of these negative reviews so it makes me wonder if it isn't the same person hiding under different accounts? The "spam" one really supports this premise.

Perhaps it's another restaurant trying to undermine them?

We were even enjoying a meal there when the food critics that judge and rate the restaurants were there...it did not deter from our service.

The title is not self-proclaimed but earned and Tony himself will wait tables and bus so there's certainly alot of humility in the gentleman.

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I was wondering about all these negatives because our family has been eating here for over 20 years and not all in one meal so the service is definitely not slow. ;)

We've celebrated special occasions and they've always swiftly and cheerfully attended to us. Due to dietary needs, some of our family submits special requests and that's never a problem. Some of us prefer it spicy and hot and they always throw in additional sauces and double check that all is satisfactory.

Our experiences have always been the opposite of these negative reviews so it makes me wonder if it isn't the same person hiding under different accounts? The "spam" one really supports this premise.

Perhaps it's another restaurant trying to undermine them?

We were even enjoying a meal there when the food critics that judge and rate the restaurants were there...it did not deter from our service.

The title is not self-proclaimed but earned and Tony himself will wait tables and bus so there's certainly alot of humility in the gentleman.

Pros: Will cook to your specifications

Cons: NONE

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Food overpriced...and disgusting! Self proclaimed "Best Chinese In Lancaster"...only owner could make such a claim. Would not even feed to my dog.

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Food overpriced...and disgusting! Self proclaimed "Best Chinese In Lancaster"...only owner could make such a claim. Would not even feed to my dog.

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The food is good, but the service is inconsistent. Our takeout orders aren't always correct so that's annoying, but I'm always happy with the Chicken and Broccoli in Garlic Sauce. I've heard complaints about their pricing, but I think they're fair considering the portions and the lack of good chinese in the area.

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The food is good, but the service is inconsistent. Our takeout orders aren't always correct so that's annoying, but I'm always happy with the Chicken and Broccoli in Garlic Sauce. I've heard complaints about their pricing, but I think they're fair considering the portions and the lack of good chinese in the area.

Pros: the chicken and broccoli and Lo Mein

Cons: better service found at Mickey D's

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very poor service, ignorant waiters , food coming out in different intrervals .tipped the waiter $4.00 not even a thank you. If this was rated best resturant he tony wang must have been stuffing the ballot box. Dont waste your time ....

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very poor service, ignorant waiters , food coming out in different intrervals .tipped the waiter $4.00 not even a thank you. If this was rated best resturant he tony wang must have been stuffing the ballot box. Dont waste your time ....

Pros: tea was warm

Cons: service, attitude of the servers

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Went to Tony Wang's once, not as good as it is claimed to be, definately not the best in Lancaster. If you want really good Chinese, go to Hong Kong Garden.

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Went to Tony Wang's once, not as good as it is claimed to be, definately not the best in Lancaster. If you want really good Chinese, go to Hong Kong Garden.

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I live across town and make the 20 minute drive to eat at Tonys. Love the food no one makes it like Tony's. As a matter of fact I am ordering out tonight. We recently bought a house and a place on the location was that its 5 minutes away form Tony's. I would highly recommend this place. THe only authentic Chinese food you'll get in Lancaster. And you get real meat and seafood no imitation or mystery meat. Try it out for yourself.

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I live across town and make the 20 minute drive to eat at Tonys. Love the food no one makes it like Tony's. As a matter of fact I am ordering out tonight. We recently bought a house and a place on the location was that its 5 minutes away form Tony's. I would highly recommend this place. THe only authentic Chinese food you'll get in Lancaster. And you get real meat and seafood no imitation or mystery meat. Try it out for yourself.

Pros: EVERYTHING

Cons: Parking

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On has to wonder where some of these culinary experts come from and if they really get out that much. Tony's is by far the best Chinese around. Have to go to Philly or Baltimore to do as well. Suzanna Foo's Hot & Sour Soup in Philly is incomparable (sort of fusion), but Tony's Orange-Flavored Beef is one-of-a-kind. Table service is friendly, efficient and courteous. Take-out quick and tasty. No other place to go for Chinese in Lancaster.

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On has to wonder where some of these culinary experts come from and if they really get out that much. Tony's is by far the best Chinese around. Have to go to Philly or Baltimore to do as well. Suzanna Foo's Hot & Sour Soup in Philly is incomparable (sort of fusion), but Tony's Orange-Flavored Beef is one-of-a-kind. Table service is friendly, efficient and courteous. Take-out quick and tasty. No other place to go for Chinese in Lancaster.

Pros: The greatfood...Not the rubber stamp Chinese fast food, the real thing.

Cons: Pareking can be a chore.

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This restaurant offers the most delicious Chinese food I've ever tasted (and I've been to China). The restaurant is lovely to eat inside of, but I usually get takeout. Prices are slightly higher than most Chinese restaurants in the area, but it's well worth it!

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This restaurant offers the most delicious Chinese food I've ever tasted (and I've been to China). The restaurant is lovely to eat inside of, but I usually get takeout. Prices are slightly higher than most Chinese restaurants in the area, but it's well worth it!

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New to the area I decided to try out Tony Wang's. I ordered take-out house special fried rice, sweet and sour pork, and crab rangoons and it was the worst meal I have every had in any chinese food restaurant. The fried rice was more like scrambled eggs with rice and a weird mystery meat my dog was even hesitant to eat. The crab rangoons were favorless, dry, and practically empty. The sweet and sour pork I can't even begin to dissect as it didn't taste like any pork I have ever eaten. All in all a bad experience. I pray Lancaster has better to offer.

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New to the area I decided to try out Tony Wang's. I ordered take-out house special fried rice, sweet and sour pork, and crab rangoons and it was the worst meal I have every had in any chinese food restaurant. The fried rice was more like scrambled eggs with rice and a weird mystery meat my dog was even hesitant to eat. The crab rangoons were favorless, dry, and practically empty. The sweet and sour pork I can't even begin to dissect as it didn't taste like any pork I have ever eaten. All in all a bad experience. I pray Lancaster has better to offer.

Pros: none

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No visit to Lancaster is complete without a trip to Tony Wang's. They have some of the tastiest food around, Chinese or otherwise. The Hot and Sour Soup is the best I've had anywhere. Everything is fresh and delicious. Seating can be limited on the weekends, but with outlet shopping just across the street, there are plenty of ways to pass the time. Believe me, IF there is a wait, it's more than worth it.

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No visit to Lancaster is complete without a trip to Tony Wang's. They have some of the tastiest food around, Chinese or otherwise. The Hot and Sour Soup is the best I've had anywhere. Everything is fresh and delicious. Seating can be limited on the weekends, but with outlet shopping just across the street, there are plenty of ways to pass the time. Believe me, IF there is a wait, it's more than worth it.

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We've eaten here twice and don't understand what all the fuss is about. We were not impressed -- there are better Chinese restaurants in this town.

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We've eaten here twice and don't understand what all the fuss is about. We were not impressed -- there are better Chinese restaurants in this town.

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best phoenix and dragon in all lancaster co. i come all the way from arizona with visions of tony wang's food in my head. great fried rice, lo mein, egg rolls, and everything is freshly made. the kitchen is visible from the lobby/pick-up area.

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best phoenix and dragon in all lancaster co. i come all the way from arizona with visions of tony wang's food in my head. great fried rice, lo mein, egg rolls, and everything is freshly made. the kitchen is visible from the lobby/pick-up area.

Pros: food, personal service, value

 

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