Ho Ho Restaurant

★★★★☆

About Ho Ho Restaurant

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Monday To Thursday From 11:00 AM To 01:00 AM Friday To Saturday From 11:00 AM To 03:00 AM Sunday From 11:00 AM To 01:00 AM

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This place was so empty on a friday night that they actually moved us so they could vacuum. WTF? It's decor is shabby motel, like the kind on highway 99, dank and dark. Everything the owner suggested as good was so bad it was inedible,

3
★★★★★

This place was so empty on a friday night that they actually moved us so they could vacuum. WTF? It's decor is shabby motel, like the kind on highway 99, dank and dark. Everything the owner suggested as good was so bad it was inedible,

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I love Pauline, the owner of HOHO's! She is always there to greet you with a genuine smile and kind voice that you're sure to enjoy your time there. Pauline never seems to forget a face even if you haven't been there for a while. She really knows how to make you feel welcome, like a VIP guest. I don't know how she does it, working long hours, assuring that her restaurant withstands neighboring competition (if any) and that her customers experience an unforgettable visit that you'll certainly think of HoHo's when you crave for Chinese food again. I feel guilty to even consider eating at another Chinese restaurant! That should tell you how impressed I am with their food, price, and service.
I truly am a loyal customer to my favorite waitress and Chinese restaurant! So, when I crave for Chinese food, without hesistation, "HOHO'S... THE WAY TO GO!!!" Perfect for late night club goers because they are one of very few considerably good restaurants open after midnight'ish. I highly recommend my and my daughter's favorites: the ever-so-succulant ginger lobster dish and the subtle, semi-sweet honey walnut prawns. Everything else that I've had on the menu was great and incomparable with other restaurants in Chinatown.
HoHo's on a whole different level of customer service, quality and quantity of food, and cleanliness, considering the location. I've heard that if the restroom's not clean, imagine what the kitchen is like! HoHo Seafood has done a considerable job keeping their RR tidy. If you plan on going to any restaurant around there, please check out the restroom first and you'll know what I mean.
I'm telling you, I have been a local for over 10 yrs, so I consider myself a qualified critic. If you decide to GO TO HOHO, I am confident you will have a delightful experience of your own as I and many others have shared with you.
It's a pity that my late night craving came a few too late but I will not rest until my palate has been satisfied. HoHo Seafood... Here I come! After Church, that is.
Heide and My Caranina

2
★★★★★

I love Pauline, the owner of HOHO's! She is always there to greet you with a genuine smile and kind voice that you're sure to enjoy your time there. Pauline never seems to forget a face even if you haven't been there for a while. She really knows how to make you feel welcome, like a VIP guest. I don't know how she does it, working long hours, assuring that her restaurant withstands neighboring competition (if any) and that her customers experience an unforgettable visit that you'll certainly think of HoHo's when you crave for Chinese food again. I feel guilty to even consider eating at another Chinese restaurant! That should tell you how impressed I am with their food, price, and service.
I truly am a loyal customer to my favorite waitress and Chinese restaurant! So, when I crave for Chinese food, without hesistation, "HOHO'S... THE WAY TO GO!!!" Perfect for late night club goers because they are one of very few considerably good restaurants open after midnight'ish. I highly recommend my and my daughter's favorites: the ever-so-succulant ginger lobster dish and the subtle, semi-sweet honey walnut prawns. Everything else that I've had on the menu was great and incomparable with other restaurants in Chinatown.
HoHo's on a whole different level of customer service, quality and quantity of food, and cleanliness, considering the location. I've heard that if the restroom's not clean, imagine what the kitchen is like! HoHo Seafood has done a considerable job keeping their RR tidy. If you plan on going to any restaurant around there, please check out the restroom first and you'll know what I mean.
I'm telling you, I have been a local for over 10 yrs, so I consider myself a qualified critic. If you decide to GO TO HOHO, I am confident you will have a delightful experience of your own as I and many others have shared with you.
It's a pity that my late night craving came a few too late but I will not rest until my palate has been satisfied. HoHo Seafood... Here I come! After Church, that is.
Heide and My Caranina

Pros: Pauline, quality and quantity of food for great price!

Cons: Parking, esp most drivers around there suck.

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My family came there for dinner. The food was decent. One of the lady in the restaurant (either server or owner)kept telling us that the food was cheap...non stop....The service was ok. She told us that the family meal only cost $78; however, the bill was #95ish. Well, we thought the hot tea for 8 of us cost $17....it was oolong tea. Due to lazy doing the math, I wrote down an even total. Guess what? Several days later, I check my online credit card statement; Ho Ho charged me $3. I was not right. My husband told me to call them and asked but I did not do that because we were too far away.
My husband and I will not ever eat there again. I told all my friends about Ho Ho. If I could rate them 0 star, I would do so.
They are "cheater" for:
* not honest about their price
* there was only credit card receipt (there is suppose to be one itemize receipt)
* charge more than what customer paid

if you decide to eat at Ho Ho, you should ask for itemize receipt and tip w/ your cash only...

0
★☆☆☆☆

My family came there for dinner. The food was decent. One of the lady in the restaurant (either server or owner)kept telling us that the food was cheap...non stop....The service was ok. She told us that the family meal only cost $78; however, the bill was #95ish. Well, we thought the hot tea for 8 of us cost $17....it was oolong tea. Due to lazy doing the math, I wrote down an even total. Guess what? Several days later, I check my online credit card statement; Ho Ho charged me $3. I was not right. My husband told me to call them and asked but I did not do that because we were too far away.
My husband and I will not ever eat there again. I told all my friends about Ho Ho. If I could rate them 0 star, I would do so.
They are "cheater" for:
* not honest about their price
* there was only credit card receipt (there is suppose to be one itemize receipt)
* charge more than what customer paid

if you decide to eat at Ho Ho, you should ask for itemize receipt and tip w/ your cash only...

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This restaurant has become my favorite haunt in the course of a few months. As a short-on-funds law student, I have found this restaurant to be unmatched in terms of price, portions, and service. The hours are also amazing. My friends and I frequent HoHo at least two times a week and late at night (it's open till 1 AM on weekdays and 3AM on weekends) for the nourishing food and relaxing atmosphere.

Pauline, the owner, is an absolute sweetheart and she'll remember your face and favorite dish if you visit again. My favorites happen to be the hot and sour soup, vegetables with beef, and chow foon. My friends and I can share all three enormous dishes for $25 and take home leftovers for a treat the next day. My best friend who's a vegetarian has never found vegetarian Asian dishes to be palatable, but she is in love with the vegetarian menu at HoHo.

If you're looking for exceptional Chinese food at a great price with friendly service, HoHo is the way to go!

2
★★★★★

This restaurant has become my favorite haunt in the course of a few months. As a short-on-funds law student, I have found this restaurant to be unmatched in terms of price, portions, and service. The hours are also amazing. My friends and I frequent HoHo at least two times a week and late at night (it's open till 1 AM on weekdays and 3AM on weekends) for the nourishing food and relaxing atmosphere.

Pauline, the owner, is an absolute sweetheart and she'll remember your face and favorite dish if you visit again. My favorites happen to be the hot and sour soup, vegetables with beef, and chow foon. My friends and I can share all three enormous dishes for $25 and take home leftovers for a treat the next day. My best friend who's a vegetarian has never found vegetarian Asian dishes to be palatable, but she is in love with the vegetarian menu at HoHo.

If you're looking for exceptional Chinese food at a great price with friendly service, HoHo is the way to go!

Pros: Amazing food and service, huge portions, vegetarian dishes

Cons: Nothing

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My husband and I, tourists from Florida, were wandering Chinatown looking for "the right restaurant" for dinner. We stopped at Ho Ho to browse the menu, and the hostess encouraged us to join them. My husband had a good feeling about the restaurant, and when they said they had Shrimp and Honeyed Walnuts, the deal was sealed. After reading the numerous good reviews in the dining room, I settled on the Oysters in Garlic and Scallions, a specialty. We also ordered fried rice and an appetizer of squab. Everything was served family style, with large portions. The squab and oysters had a nice spice, and the Shrimp dish rivaled the Hawaiin version. This ended up being my husband's favorite restaurant during our 10 day trip. If we are ever back in Seattle, we will definately return to this restaurant!

2
★★★★★

My husband and I, tourists from Florida, were wandering Chinatown looking for "the right restaurant" for dinner. We stopped at Ho Ho to browse the menu, and the hostess encouraged us to join them. My husband had a good feeling about the restaurant, and when they said they had Shrimp and Honeyed Walnuts, the deal was sealed. After reading the numerous good reviews in the dining room, I settled on the Oysters in Garlic and Scallions, a specialty. We also ordered fried rice and an appetizer of squab. Everything was served family style, with large portions. The squab and oysters had a nice spice, and the Shrimp dish rivaled the Hawaiin version. This ended up being my husband's favorite restaurant during our 10 day trip. If we are ever back in Seattle, we will definately return to this restaurant!

Pros: Friendly staff, great food

Cons: We don't live in Seattle

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A friend and I came up from Olympia to enjoy an afternoon at with the Seattle Symphony. Afterwards we headed down to the traditional Asian district to sample some not too typical cuisine. I had eaten at Ho Ho about 5 years ago and decided to try it again.

After some suggestions by the wonderful hostess/server and some other patrons, we had enjoyed a wonderful dinner in a very relaxing and friendly atmosphere.

Try the #27 in the Seafood section - Walnut/honey/shrimp. A place I would come again.

2
★★★★★

A friend and I came up from Olympia to enjoy an afternoon at with the Seattle Symphony. Afterwards we headed down to the traditional Asian district to sample some not too typical cuisine. I had eaten at Ho Ho about 5 years ago and decided to try it again.

After some suggestions by the wonderful hostess/server and some other patrons, we had enjoyed a wonderful dinner in a very relaxing and friendly atmosphere.

Try the #27 in the Seafood section - Walnut/honey/shrimp. A place I would come again.

Pros: Service and menu were a pleasant surprise

Cons: Restaurant is not in the heart of the International District

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We have been coming to Ho-Ho's (good good) for some time now. The fried fish is incrediable as is the ginger and green onion pan fried oysters. The garlic bok choy, hot and sour soup are some of the best I have ever had. Actually I can not recall in all the times I have been there ever having a bad meal. The secret is that the chef really knows how to make a flavorful sauce! Prices are about the same as others in the area.

4
★★★★☆

We have been coming to Ho-Ho's (good good) for some time now. The fried fish is incrediable as is the ginger and green onion pan fried oysters. The garlic bok choy, hot and sour soup are some of the best I have ever had. Actually I can not recall in all the times I have been there ever having a bad meal. The secret is that the chef really knows how to make a flavorful sauce! Prices are about the same as others in the area.

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I went to this Chinese restaurant in Seattle Chinatown for dinner after my Alaska cruise on August 29th,2009. I would like to share my bad story that I had in this restaurant. First of all, the lady came to our table to hard sell the most expensive items on the menu, although the name of this restaurant is called "Seafood" restaurant but it does not mean that I really need a "seafood" for my dinner. The lady (she might be the owner of the restaurant) always hard sell the live fish, live lobster to me and my family, and after we ordered some Set dinner for my 5 people, she did not come back to social anymore.

And, the waiter gave us a bucket of steamed rice but they did not ask if we want it or not, finally we had to pay $5 for the steamed rice separately.

Also, the terrible thing was that they charged me $6 dollar for a glassof soda. $6 can buy a glass of beer in most of the restaurant in Seattle already.

I knew that it's my fault too because I did not check the price carefully before ordering the soda but I found that they were still cheating us.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went to this Chinese restaurant in Seattle Chinatown for dinner after my Alaska cruise on August 29th,2009. I would like to share my bad story that I had in this restaurant. First of all, the lady came to our table to hard sell the most expensive items on the menu, although the name of this restaurant is called "Seafood" restaurant but it does not mean that I really need a "seafood" for my dinner. The lady (she might be the owner of the restaurant) always hard sell the live fish, live lobster to me and my family, and after we ordered some Set dinner for my 5 people, she did not come back to social anymore.

And, the waiter gave us a bucket of steamed rice but they did not ask if we want it or not, finally we had to pay $5 for the steamed rice separately.

Also, the terrible thing was that they charged me $6 dollar for a glassof soda. $6 can buy a glass of beer in most of the restaurant in Seattle already.

I knew that it's my fault too because I did not check the price carefully before ordering the soda but I found that they were still cheating us.

Pros: Better than nothing

Cons: Hidding price

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This building was used by Martial Artist Sifu Bruce Lee. It was his school location called a Kwon, where the famous Bruce Lee taught his earthshaking martial arts style.

Perfect for two! Get two different $20ish dinners and order beers. The manager throws in her wonderfull spicy green bean dish which complements the Spicy Garlic Crab and/or the wonderful Halibut plate. What a taste treat!

From Hal the "Guy from Salt Lake" and appreciator of Bruce Lee style martial arts, who stopped in with friend Christian who is also an appreciator of Wing Chun/Jaetkundo. Why isn't the Seattle Historical Society all over this location. What a legacy we have here!

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★★★★★

This building was used by Martial Artist Sifu Bruce Lee. It was his school location called a Kwon, where the famous Bruce Lee taught his earthshaking martial arts style.

Perfect for two! Get two different $20ish dinners and order beers. The manager throws in her wonderfull spicy green bean dish which complements the Spicy Garlic Crab and/or the wonderful Halibut plate. What a taste treat!

From Hal the "Guy from Salt Lake" and appreciator of Bruce Lee style martial arts, who stopped in with friend Christian who is also an appreciator of Wing Chun/Jaetkundo. Why isn't the Seattle Historical Society all over this location. What a legacy we have here!

Pros: The spicy green bean dish - Free!

Cons: NO Posting of historical location Bruce Lee's Kwon!

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Besides great seafood dishes, all their fried rice dishes are great. We are from San Francisco, but this Restaurant is as good as any top Chinese restaurants in SF. If you need help in selecting dishes, ask for Pauline.

2
★★★★★

Besides great seafood dishes, all their fried rice dishes are great. We are from San Francisco, but this Restaurant is as good as any top Chinese restaurants in SF. If you need help in selecting dishes, ask for Pauline.

Pros: All seafood dishes are 5-star

Cons: None

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This place has amazing Chinese food. I realize there are other places in the vicinity but none come close in my opinion. Their salt & pepper squid, as well as salt & pepper pork chops are amazing. For a little extra coin, order the crispy rock cod. Can't miss with house special chow mein too.

2
★★★★★

This place has amazing Chinese food. I realize there are other places in the vicinity but none come close in my opinion. Their salt & pepper squid, as well as salt & pepper pork chops are amazing. For a little extra coin, order the crispy rock cod. Can't miss with house special chow mein too.

Pros: Salt & pepper squid and pork chops to die for

Cons: Nothing

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I have been going to HoHo Seafood since 1986. It has been the same great food and friendly service since day one. My favorites are the General Tso's chicken (order it spicy), the Crispy Halibut, the Beef with Oyster sauce and the Spicy Garlic Sauteed String Beans. Now even my kids love it. We dine-in and take out it makes no difference. Eat at HoHo Seafood then go see the Sounders or the Seahawks or the Mariners. Everything is right there close by. Enjoy - Two Thumbs Up. Scott

2
★★★★★

I have been going to HoHo Seafood since 1986. It has been the same great food and friendly service since day one. My favorites are the General Tso's chicken (order it spicy), the Crispy Halibut, the Beef with Oyster sauce and the Spicy Garlic Sauteed String Beans. Now even my kids love it. We dine-in and take out it makes no difference. Eat at HoHo Seafood then go see the Sounders or the Seahawks or the Mariners. Everything is right there close by. Enjoy - Two Thumbs Up. Scott

Pros: Fast friendly service

Cons: Parking

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What more can you ask for? This place has got to be one of the BEST Chinese resaurants in Seattle! Everytime I've been here, I've had a good experience with the wait staff and the food is always delicious. You can tell the owner really cares about her customers and makes sure you will be satisfied with your meal! This is actually quite a surprise and something I really appreciate, since I've noticed that many Chinese restaurants dont exactly put customer service at the top of their priority list (take Purple Dot, for example...the hostess looked peeved and stared at my family with an unwelcoming look). Their decor and fairly new remodel is even much more comfortable than your average Chinese restaurant.
Eating seafood here is a must. They are most famous for their crab! But even if your just looking for a simple, cheap meal, their staples like chow mein/foon, stir fry dishes, and fried rice are great too! You know, I also have to say this restaurant is underated as a late night restuarant. When club goers and late night eaters have the Chinese munchies, they flock to places such as Honey Court and Purple Dot. I guess a lot of people don't know that HoHo is also open until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays! This place (and atmosphere) sure beats crowded restaurants filled with drunk people. It also helps that the waiters are nice and patient with you while you are drunk and oblivious/belligerent/sick/whatever =).
Give this place a try. You won't be dissapointed!

2
★★★★★

What more can you ask for? This place has got to be one of the BEST Chinese resaurants in Seattle! Everytime I've been here, I've had a good experience with the wait staff and the food is always delicious. You can tell the owner really cares about her customers and makes sure you will be satisfied with your meal! This is actually quite a surprise and something I really appreciate, since I've noticed that many Chinese restaurants dont exactly put customer service at the top of their priority list (take Purple Dot, for example...the hostess looked peeved and stared at my family with an unwelcoming look). Their decor and fairly new remodel is even much more comfortable than your average Chinese restaurant.
Eating seafood here is a must. They are most famous for their crab! But even if your just looking for a simple, cheap meal, their staples like chow mein/foon, stir fry dishes, and fried rice are great too! You know, I also have to say this restaurant is underated as a late night restuarant. When club goers and late night eaters have the Chinese munchies, they flock to places such as Honey Court and Purple Dot. I guess a lot of people don't know that HoHo is also open until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays! This place (and atmosphere) sure beats crowded restaurants filled with drunk people. It also helps that the waiters are nice and patient with you while you are drunk and oblivious/belligerent/sick/whatever =).
Give this place a try. You won't be dissapointed!

Pros: great food, great service

Cons: ??

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Ok as a seattle native I am no stranger to authentic cuisine and have long fancied the international district as a fast getaway to the exotic. Several years ago a well travelled friend of mine took me to this restaurant for some of what he acclaimed to be the best variety of authentic hong kong cuisine seattle has to offer. I was hooked. I can honestly say i have walked through the streets of seattles international district in search of some competition and have yet to find a place as consistant, friendly and casual as this resurant. No matter what night you drop in and at what hour you will likely be greeted by the friendly staff and encoureaged to bring your friends to share some food and comradery....open 24 hours 7 days a week and even 365 days a year your can get a bowl of the best seafood won-ton soup north of sanfrancisco's own international distict. so as chinese new year comes to an end i welcome the year of the ox ( a little tid bit of info the friendly hostess shared this evening) and kudo's to you, ...it's been 5 hours since i left you and i still could not eat another bite!
One more friendly tip, try the almond chicken. it's to die for.

2
★★★★★

Ok as a seattle native I am no stranger to authentic cuisine and have long fancied the international district as a fast getaway to the exotic. Several years ago a well travelled friend of mine took me to this restaurant for some of what he acclaimed to be the best variety of authentic hong kong cuisine seattle has to offer. I was hooked. I can honestly say i have walked through the streets of seattles international district in search of some competition and have yet to find a place as consistant, friendly and casual as this resurant. No matter what night you drop in and at what hour you will likely be greeted by the friendly staff and encoureaged to bring your friends to share some food and comradery....open 24 hours 7 days a week and even 365 days a year your can get a bowl of the best seafood won-ton soup north of sanfrancisco's own international distict. so as chinese new year comes to an end i welcome the year of the ox ( a little tid bit of info the friendly hostess shared this evening) and kudo's to you, ...it's been 5 hours since i left you and i still could not eat another bite!
One more friendly tip, try the almond chicken. it's to die for.

Pros: food is awesome.

Cons: parking can be troublesome at some times of the day.

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The food here was exceptional - from the green beans to the fried tofu (outstanding!) and the hot & sour soup. The owner was very welcoming. I was in town on business and was brought to Ho-Ho by my associates - everything was yummy. The hot tea was a nice plus... I will be back whenever I am in town!

2
★★★★★

The food here was exceptional - from the green beans to the fried tofu (outstanding!) and the hot & sour soup. The owner was very welcoming. I was in town on business and was brought to Ho-Ho by my associates - everything was yummy. The hot tea was a nice plus... I will be back whenever I am in town!

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Love the green beans dish and the crab with green onion and garlic(southern style) But do pay attention when you are going to visit the restaurant. For cheap but tasty food, do go there on Fri and Sat Night! Why? Cuz they have two chefs. Of course, the Fri and Sat Chef cooks better. They also offer cheap but a little bit above average lunch, VERY CHEAP - Like $3.95 for tomato stir fried with oyster sauce beef. The restaurant has been open for more than 15 years. There is a reason why they stay in business for such a long time.

2
★★★★☆

Love the green beans dish and the crab with green onion and garlic(southern style) But do pay attention when you are going to visit the restaurant. For cheap but tasty food, do go there on Fri and Sat Night! Why? Cuz they have two chefs. Of course, the Fri and Sat Chef cooks better. They also offer cheap but a little bit above average lunch, VERY CHEAP - Like $3.95 for tomato stir fried with oyster sauce beef. The restaurant has been open for more than 15 years. There is a reason why they stay in business for such a long time.

Pros: Cheap, tasty food

Cons: parking at Chinatown!

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If you are looking for delicious Chinese food then this is the place to go. Depending on the time of day you may be greeted by the owner/host Pauline who is very attentive and super nice. We've had several family dinners here and the Peking Duck and the Honey Walnut Prawns have been on the table each visit - they are to die for. The service is excellent and the food scrumptuous.

2
★★★★★

If you are looking for delicious Chinese food then this is the place to go. Depending on the time of day you may be greeted by the owner/host Pauline who is very attentive and super nice. We've had several family dinners here and the Peking Duck and the Honey Walnut Prawns have been on the table each visit - they are to die for. The service is excellent and the food scrumptuous.

Pros: Food, Service

Cons: Can't' think of any

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MSG, MSG, and MSG. The food here is ok, but the manager always pretended to be nice. Her responses to my questions about the dish names were terrible. My wife was pregnant, but the food had lots of MSG. My wife felt terrible after the dinner. DON't go to this restaurant unless you like MSG. My family will never go to this restaurant AGAIN.

0
★☆☆☆☆

MSG, MSG, and MSG. The food here is ok, but the manager always pretended to be nice. Her responses to my questions about the dish names were terrible. My wife was pregnant, but the food had lots of MSG. My wife felt terrible after the dinner. DON't go to this restaurant unless you like MSG. My family will never go to this restaurant AGAIN.

Cons: Bad services, the waiter was like a robot.

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Peking or garlic style spareribs (sweet), egg noodle chow foon, or wonton soup are great choices. Wonderful good at very reasonable prices! Excellent customer care, especially by the restaurant's manager - Paline!

2
★★★★★

Peking or garlic style spareribs (sweet), egg noodle chow foon, or wonton soup are great choices. Wonderful good at very reasonable prices! Excellent customer care, especially by the restaurant's manager - Paline!

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For Chinese seafood, this restuarant has great quality and originality -how chinese food should be prepared. Being Chinese, I am very finicky with the quality of food, especially in seafood. The fish must have been one of the freshest I have had, it melts in your mouth !! The dungeous crab is absolutely to die for, Pauline, the owner/host at the restaurant is most knowledgeable, she explains the ways each dish is prepared, I really appreciated the service and the quality of food at HoHo Seafood Restaurant. I would return to Seattle just to eat here, again.

2
★★★★★

For Chinese seafood, this restuarant has great quality and originality -how chinese food should be prepared. Being Chinese, I am very finicky with the quality of food, especially in seafood. The fish must have been one of the freshest I have had, it melts in your mouth !! The dungeous crab is absolutely to die for, Pauline, the owner/host at the restaurant is most knowledgeable, she explains the ways each dish is prepared, I really appreciated the service and the quality of food at HoHo Seafood Restaurant. I would return to Seattle just to eat here, again.

Pros: Service and freshnesst of seafood

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The decor has been remodeled, and food is still great! If you want to impress friends with good Chinese food then come here and get one of the ?group deals? that are priced around 160-180, and you will get more than enough tasty food to cover the largest table at the restaurant. They got rid of those cheesy stuffed seafood animals hanging from the ceiling, and now the place looks much nicer. Lately the quality has been great and with good consistency. The ?almond chicken? is wonderful, and I haven?t seen a nicer ?bird?s nest.? The Peking duck is the best in China town. The ?jelly appetizer? is well worth trying. The Mongolian beef and beef fried rice are always winners. The service is good, but sometimes understaffed. During the evening this place can get busy, and messy tables will take a while to get cleaned up. If you do takeout, be prepared to wait double the proposed time for pickup. The price is very competitive, and the quantity ratio never let me down. This place is open very late, closing around 4AM, on Friday and Saturday nights. HoHo has delivered quality consistently, for a decent price, which makes this place a very nice option in China Town.

2
★★★★☆

The decor has been remodeled, and food is still great! If you want to impress friends with good Chinese food then come here and get one of the ?group deals? that are priced around 160-180, and you will get more than enough tasty food to cover the largest table at the restaurant. They got rid of those cheesy stuffed seafood animals hanging from the ceiling, and now the place looks much nicer. Lately the quality has been great and with good consistency. The ?almond chicken? is wonderful, and I haven?t seen a nicer ?bird?s nest.? The Peking duck is the best in China town. The ?jelly appetizer? is well worth trying. The Mongolian beef and beef fried rice are always winners. The service is good, but sometimes understaffed. During the evening this place can get busy, and messy tables will take a while to get cleaned up. If you do takeout, be prepared to wait double the proposed time for pickup. The price is very competitive, and the quantity ratio never let me down. This place is open very late, closing around 4AM, on Friday and Saturday nights. HoHo has delivered quality consistently, for a decent price, which makes this place a very nice option in China Town.

Pros: Late night hours on Fridays and Saturdays, Great for Groups

Cons: Food wait can be long

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I really loved this place. A friend and myself got there kind of late after seeing a movie downtown. We were seated right away and then the hostess told us about these special green beans that were about to go out of season and they wouldn't have again until next year. She then sat in front of us the most amazing appetizer I have ever tasted! She didn't even charge us for it! We ordered steamed dumplings which were real dumplings and not steamed potstckers and they were heavenly! The spicy vegetables were crisp and truly spicy! Such a change from all the other restaurants who proclaim they have spicy dishes but they all taste bland and weak. This place is amazing! Go and order multiple dishes and try some of everything. Have your server receommend some dishes and try them as well You will not be disappointed.

2
★★★★☆

I really loved this place. A friend and myself got there kind of late after seeing a movie downtown. We were seated right away and then the hostess told us about these special green beans that were about to go out of season and they wouldn't have again until next year. She then sat in front of us the most amazing appetizer I have ever tasted! She didn't even charge us for it! We ordered steamed dumplings which were real dumplings and not steamed potstckers and they were heavenly! The spicy vegetables were crisp and truly spicy! Such a change from all the other restaurants who proclaim they have spicy dishes but they all taste bland and weak. This place is amazing! Go and order multiple dishes and try some of everything. Have your server receommend some dishes and try them as well You will not be disappointed.

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I love this litttle international district resturant. Chinese food resturants are a dime a dozen out here, but this one always keeps me coming back. They're open as late as 2am on weekends, always open on holidays. Normally your food options in those time frames seem to be lacking, but HoHo's has always been there for me. The food is fantastic, I'm always regcognized and sincerely welcomed when I arrive. There menu is extensive and always has something new for me to try, it's definatley a place to check out if you've got a food craving @ 1am.

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★★★★☆

I love this litttle international district resturant. Chinese food resturants are a dime a dozen out here, but this one always keeps me coming back. They're open as late as 2am on weekends, always open on holidays. Normally your food options in those time frames seem to be lacking, but HoHo's has always been there for me. The food is fantastic, I'm always regcognized and sincerely welcomed when I arrive. There menu is extensive and always has something new for me to try, it's definatley a place to check out if you've got a food craving @ 1am.

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This place beats out Honey Court, Top Gun, Hing Loon and even Sea Garden for consistent, decently priced authentic Cantonese fare. Their congee is the best in town. Vegetable dishes are great. Seafood of course is stellar.

Try not to laugh at the hanging stuffed fishes in the dining room. You don't come here for the decor.

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★★★★☆

This place beats out Honey Court, Top Gun, Hing Loon and even Sea Garden for consistent, decently priced authentic Cantonese fare. Their congee is the best in town. Vegetable dishes are great. Seafood of course is stellar.

Try not to laugh at the hanging stuffed fishes in the dining room. You don't come here for the decor.

Pros: congee, vegetables, seafood

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This place is pretty sketchy, and has lame food at best. Fine example of "mystery meat" since you never know what you're going to get.

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★★☆☆☆

This place is pretty sketchy, and has lame food at best. Fine example of "mystery meat" since you never know what you're going to get.

Pros: Price

Cons: Food

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The food here is good, including the vegetarian options. Service is fine. The room is okay but, like many Chinese restaurants in this neighborhood, could use some sprucing up. Come with a group and share several dishes, because the menu is very long and fairly wide-ranging, making it hard to choose just one or two items.

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★★★★☆

The food here is good, including the vegetarian options. Service is fine. The room is okay but, like many Chinese restaurants in this neighborhood, could use some sprucing up. Come with a group and share several dishes, because the menu is very long and fairly wide-ranging, making it hard to choose just one or two items.

Pros: Good food, Fair prices, Long menu

Cons: Plain atmosphere

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I walked into this restaurant with some friends and the place needed some major sweeping or cleaning. Once we were seated and got our orders taken, the manager kept coming over to see if we wanted to order more or try something new. We just wanted to be left alone and to eat what we had ordered. It was nice of her to come and check on us once but 3 times is pushing it a little....so please let your customers eat without too many interruptions!

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★★★☆☆

I walked into this restaurant with some friends and the place needed some major sweeping or cleaning. Once we were seated and got our orders taken, the manager kept coming over to see if we wanted to order more or try something new. We just wanted to be left alone and to eat what we had ordered. It was nice of her to come and check on us once but 3 times is pushing it a little....so please let your customers eat without too many interruptions!

Pros: inexpensive

Cons: cleaning, pushy

 

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