Yea's Wok

★★★★☆
  • 6969 Coal Creek Pkwy SE

    Newcastle, WA 98059

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  • 425-644-5546

About Yea's Wok

Hours
Mon. CLOSED;Tue. - Thu., Sun. 11am - 9:30am;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 10:30am

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Yea's Wok is my favorite place to eat. It is, in my opinion, the best restaurant in the world. Try the "House Special White Meat Chicken with Ginger Sauce." It is really really really good. If you want soup, there is a house special

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★★★★★

Yea's Wok is my favorite place to eat. It is, in my opinion, the best restaurant in the world. Try the "House Special White Meat Chicken with Ginger Sauce." It is really really really good. If you want soup, there is a house special

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I love taking my family here on Friday nights for dinner. The food is always fresh, hot, and the staff is very friendly. The only problem is that sometimes we have to wait in line to get in.

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★★★★★

I love taking my family here on Friday nights for dinner. The food is always fresh, hot, and the staff is very friendly. The only problem is that sometimes we have to wait in line to get in.

Pros: Always great food

Cons: have to wait sometimes to get in

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The food here is wonderful! If you have never been to Yeas Wok than I would suggest that you go. It is located in New Castle, not far from Renton. The staff is friendly!!!

5
★★★★★

The food here is wonderful! If you have never been to Yeas Wok than I would suggest that you go. It is located in New Castle, not far from Renton. The staff is friendly!!!

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Yeas Wok serves great Chinese food to the local Newcastle community. We usually order Dinner A for two and substitute the Kung Pao Chicken for the Beef and Broccoli with Hot and Sour soup. We always do take out, as the restaurant is very busy and the meal is usually available in 30 minutes. Plan on a long wait if dining in, but we recommend you get it "to go", the foo is always warm and tasty.

5
★★★★★

Yeas Wok serves great Chinese food to the local Newcastle community. We usually order Dinner A for two and substitute the Kung Pao Chicken for the Beef and Broccoli with Hot and Sour soup. We always do take out, as the restaurant is very busy and the meal is usually available in 30 minutes. Plan on a long wait if dining in, but we recommend you get it "to go", the foo is always warm and tasty.

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Unless you are Shanghainese don't bother to order any type of dishes which are Shanghai. It was really bad and SALTY, wow. The only good dish was the duck. If you want good Shanghai food, Szechuan Chef in Bellevue.

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★★☆☆☆

Unless you are Shanghainese don't bother to order any type of dishes which are Shanghai. It was really bad and SALTY, wow. The only good dish was the duck. If you want good Shanghai food, Szechuan Chef in Bellevue.

Pros: Large Portion

Cons: Long Wait

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Yea's Wok is an excellent Chinese restaurant located just off of Coal Creek Parkway. It offers some delicious Chinese fare. It has the average American-Chinese favorites such as General Tso's Chicken, and Sweet and Sour Chicken, but also has an extensive menu in Chinese. The portions are very large, so I would reccomend bringing some friends and having it served family style.

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★★★★★

Yea's Wok is an excellent Chinese restaurant located just off of Coal Creek Parkway. It offers some delicious Chinese fare. It has the average American-Chinese favorites such as General Tso's Chicken, and Sweet and Sour Chicken, but also has an extensive menu in Chinese. The portions are very large, so I would reccomend bringing some friends and having it served family style.

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Ever since they change the chef, food is not as good as before. Can tell from the same dishes but less tasty. Used to be a good restaurant, but not anymore. My family or my friends stop going there since April, 2008. Sometimes heard from other friend's family, all saying the food is not good anymore. Same price, same portion, just not as good as before. What i say before is only apply to traditional chinese food, not american style chinese food like Kung Pao CK or General Tso's CK etc. Some appetizer still taste good, but not the entree. I order two to go in the past two months, spend average $50 each to go, eat some dishes, but throw away most because of the taste. Wu Xi spare ribs taste different, for example: Kong Xin vegetable with satay beef- beef taste like pork, and very strange taste, vegetable is old. We don't go there anymore, kind of disappointed.

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★★☆☆☆

Ever since they change the chef, food is not as good as before. Can tell from the same dishes but less tasty. Used to be a good restaurant, but not anymore. My family or my friends stop going there since April, 2008. Sometimes heard from other friend's family, all saying the food is not good anymore. Same price, same portion, just not as good as before. What i say before is only apply to traditional chinese food, not american style chinese food like Kung Pao CK or General Tso's CK etc. Some appetizer still taste good, but not the entree. I order two to go in the past two months, spend average $50 each to go, eat some dishes, but throw away most because of the taste. Wu Xi spare ribs taste different, for example: Kong Xin vegetable with satay beef- beef taste like pork, and very strange taste, vegetable is old. We don't go there anymore, kind of disappointed.

Pros: free parking, big portion

Cons: not tasty any more

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Popular eastside Chinese restaurant. Not real authentic like in the International District, but not bad for a suburbian restaurant. The portions are what one can expect at today's prices. The food is fairly good, service mediocre. We ordered the candied pork chops, volcano rice, and tomato beef. Little did we know they'd all taste about the same....somewhat sweet. This restaurant is packed beginning at 5:30 p.m. from Friday through Sunday. Because of their location, which is ideal, they take in alot of customers from the Factoria, Lakemont, Newcastle area because there really aren't alot of quality Asian restaurants. Their convenient location encourages a high volume of customers who wish to eat, shop, or maybe mingle at the Starbucks 3 doors down.

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★★★★☆

Popular eastside Chinese restaurant. Not real authentic like in the International District, but not bad for a suburbian restaurant. The portions are what one can expect at today's prices. The food is fairly good, service mediocre. We ordered the candied pork chops, volcano rice, and tomato beef. Little did we know they'd all taste about the same....somewhat sweet. This restaurant is packed beginning at 5:30 p.m. from Friday through Sunday. Because of their location, which is ideal, they take in alot of customers from the Factoria, Lakemont, Newcastle area because there really aren't alot of quality Asian restaurants. Their convenient location encourages a high volume of customers who wish to eat, shop, or maybe mingle at the Starbucks 3 doors down.

Pros: Location

Cons: Busy

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even though it seems to always be so packed my husband and i wanted to try a new place all are friends have told us about the place so we went and tryed and the food was splended wonderful taste big portions good prices for the amount of food if you can deal with a crowded place at all times then try it out i soon will be going back for more

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★★★★☆

even though it seems to always be so packed my husband and i wanted to try a new place all are friends have told us about the place so we went and tryed and the food was splended wonderful taste big portions good prices for the amount of food if you can deal with a crowded place at all times then try it out i soon will be going back for more

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We've tried nearly every Chinese restaurant on the East side and still haven't found one that had it all. After reading the reviews for Yea's Wok we decided to try it for our Valentines Day dinner. First off, the hours posted on Citysearch are incorrect, they are NOT closed from 2pm to 5:30pm daily, their hours are posted on the door as open all day. We arrived at 5:15 and found people waiting, but figured that was actually a good sign. Tables are cafeteria style, side by side in two rows, not the most romantic or private, but it's a Chinese restaurant, we rarely expect booths or candlelight! Service was prompt and for the most part courteous, but you could tell they were rushed and not really in a friendly mood. We figured we were there for the food anyway, and what we saw on plates as we passed by looked colorful and plentiful. What we didn't see until our own food arrived is that every entree, appetizer and side dish is dripping with, soaked in, and otherwise glistening in oil...and not flavorful sesame oil either, but plain 'ol Wesson oil. First clue was our two little egg rolls which were shiny with oil. Our fingers were coated and after one bite my husband looked like he was wearing lip gloss. My Kung Pao Chicken had NO flavor and zero heat. I can usually live without heat if there is flavor, but there was none. There was a brown sauce on the gristly chicken, green onions and the 7 measly peanuts that were tossed onto the plate, but I have no idea what that flavorless brown sauce was made of. Husband had the Schezuan Chicken, which he said again had very little flavor. Puddles of oil were visible around both of our entrees. The Pork Fried Rice was a soaking wet pile of beige. It actually looked like minute rice. A half dozen green peas and a few carrot cubes gave it a little bit of color, but that was it. All oil and no flavor. Why in the world are people waiting?? Take out packages lined the wall, they obviously do a huge business, but we'll never go back.

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★☆☆☆☆

We've tried nearly every Chinese restaurant on the East side and still haven't found one that had it all. After reading the reviews for Yea's Wok we decided to try it for our Valentines Day dinner. First off, the hours posted on Citysearch are incorrect, they are NOT closed from 2pm to 5:30pm daily, their hours are posted on the door as open all day. We arrived at 5:15 and found people waiting, but figured that was actually a good sign. Tables are cafeteria style, side by side in two rows, not the most romantic or private, but it's a Chinese restaurant, we rarely expect booths or candlelight! Service was prompt and for the most part courteous, but you could tell they were rushed and not really in a friendly mood. We figured we were there for the food anyway, and what we saw on plates as we passed by looked colorful and plentiful. What we didn't see until our own food arrived is that every entree, appetizer and side dish is dripping with, soaked in, and otherwise glistening in oil...and not flavorful sesame oil either, but plain 'ol Wesson oil. First clue was our two little egg rolls which were shiny with oil. Our fingers were coated and after one bite my husband looked like he was wearing lip gloss. My Kung Pao Chicken had NO flavor and zero heat. I can usually live without heat if there is flavor, but there was none. There was a brown sauce on the gristly chicken, green onions and the 7 measly peanuts that were tossed onto the plate, but I have no idea what that flavorless brown sauce was made of. Husband had the Schezuan Chicken, which he said again had very little flavor. Puddles of oil were visible around both of our entrees. The Pork Fried Rice was a soaking wet pile of beige. It actually looked like minute rice. A half dozen green peas and a few carrot cubes gave it a little bit of color, but that was it. All oil and no flavor. Why in the world are people waiting?? Take out packages lined the wall, they obviously do a huge business, but we'll never go back.

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We arrived at about 8:30pm on a weekday to a half full restaurant. Food and service were both lousy. It took them about 20 minutes to seat us, 40 minutes for the food to arrive, and another 20 minutes for them to process the bill. The waiter was very polite, though. The food is not anywhere close to authentic Chinese - just enough to fool the general public into thinking that it is. It's also way overpriced, even for a restaurant in Newcastle. For much better food at much better prices (minus the cute trophy hostess), go to the International District.

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★☆☆☆☆

We arrived at about 8:30pm on a weekday to a half full restaurant. Food and service were both lousy. It took them about 20 minutes to seat us, 40 minutes for the food to arrive, and another 20 minutes for them to process the bill. The waiter was very polite, though. The food is not anywhere close to authentic Chinese - just enough to fool the general public into thinking that it is. It's also way overpriced, even for a restaurant in Newcastle. For much better food at much better prices (minus the cute trophy hostess), go to the International District.

Pros: parking

Cons: food, service, prices, ambience, value

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Driving up you see a long line almost everytime. Once you get your food you know why. The food is so good and with a large menu you can come back many different times and try something tasty and new everytime. Everyone should try the walnut shrimp and chow mein as they are so good it is hard to describe. This review is short as everything about this place is good. Try it.

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★★★★★

Driving up you see a long line almost everytime. Once you get your food you know why. The food is so good and with a large menu you can come back many different times and try something tasty and new everytime. Everyone should try the walnut shrimp and chow mein as they are so good it is hard to describe. This review is short as everything about this place is good. Try it.

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Yeas is almost always packed, with a long counter of to-go orders waiting for pickup, but it is worth it! Cashew Chicken can be a bland dish, but is very flavorful here, with tons of chicken and cashews, chunky and crisp veggies, rich sauce, very colorful and wonderful. We also love the House Combo Fried Rice--we eat until we feel like bursting! There is a good green bean and shrimp dish also. Come early or expect to wait. It is worth it either way!

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★★★★★

Yeas is almost always packed, with a long counter of to-go orders waiting for pickup, but it is worth it! Cashew Chicken can be a bland dish, but is very flavorful here, with tons of chicken and cashews, chunky and crisp veggies, rich sauce, very colorful and wonderful. We also love the House Combo Fried Rice--we eat until we feel like bursting! There is a good green bean and shrimp dish also. Come early or expect to wait. It is worth it either way!

Pros: Tasty food, quick preparation, good service, easy parking

Cons: popular, may have to wait

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born and raised in Chinatown, NYC... Yeas Wok is the best Chinese restaurant after searching for something decent in two years! One minor downside is NW inability to make a REAL NYC egg roll!

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★★★☆☆

born and raised in Chinatown, NYC... Yeas Wok is the best Chinese restaurant after searching for something decent in two years! One minor downside is NW inability to make a REAL NYC egg roll!

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I don't think this is the best Chinese food like everyone says, but it's pretty good. We used to go here all the time since we lived in the neighborhood. The owners and the servers are very nice...and our food came out very quickly, even when we had a large group. The atmosphere in the restaurant is very relaxed and nice.

2
★★★★☆

I don't think this is the best Chinese food like everyone says, but it's pretty good. We used to go here all the time since we lived in the neighborhood. The owners and the servers are very nice...and our food came out very quickly, even when we had a large group. The atmosphere in the restaurant is very relaxed and nice.

Pros: Great food, great service, wonderful atmosphere

Cons: na

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This place was recommended and is very good chinese. They are not the best we've ever had, but it's tasty and they're fast and friendly!

2
★★★★☆

This place was recommended and is very good chinese. They are not the best we've ever had, but it's tasty and they're fast and friendly!

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We live in the San Francisco area and we think Yea's Wok is the best Chinese restaurant anywhere.
Fresh, beautiful presented food, quick service.
We visit the Seattle area for a week every Thanksgiving and we go to Yea's at least twice
They take reservations for 6 or more. Reservations, highly reccomened
Very easy access off the 405 freeway

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★★★★★

We live in the San Francisco area and we think Yea's Wok is the best Chinese restaurant anywhere.
Fresh, beautiful presented food, quick service.
We visit the Seattle area for a week every Thanksgiving and we go to Yea's at least twice
They take reservations for 6 or more. Reservations, highly reccomened
Very easy access off the 405 freeway

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Not having to drive to Seattle, adds to the score of this place, parking is another. The food is pretty good and tasty. Good service and top it off with fair prices makes this an overall winner.

2
★★★★☆

Not having to drive to Seattle, adds to the score of this place, parking is another. The food is pretty good and tasty. Good service and top it off with fair prices makes this an overall winner.

Pros: Food, service, value

Cons: A little more zing in the spicy dept would be nice

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Have eaten at Yeas for 10 years and the only thing that you have to worry about is the wait. If you don't like to wait order take out. Staff is friendly and offer great selections, take some risks they have 2 menus, English and Chinese. Just moved to Seattle from the eastside and haven't found anything that compares. We could only wish that the owner "Peter" would open a restaurant in the Seattle area, preferably in the U-Village, Wedgewood area!

2
★★★★★

Have eaten at Yeas for 10 years and the only thing that you have to worry about is the wait. If you don't like to wait order take out. Staff is friendly and offer great selections, take some risks they have 2 menus, English and Chinese. Just moved to Seattle from the eastside and haven't found anything that compares. We could only wish that the owner "Peter" would open a restaurant in the Seattle area, preferably in the U-Village, Wedgewood area!

Pros: Great food, fresh ingredients, generous portions. Will take reservations for larger parties.

Cons: The wait

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Even though we live close to the ID downtown, we still drive over to Newcastle for our favorite Chinese food at Yea's Wok. I haven't tried a menu item that I didn't like here! You know it's a good find when the line is out the door every night the place is open. It's worth the wait to get a table and settle in for some great food. The service is attentive too. I only wish they would start taking reservations!

2
★★★★★

Even though we live close to the ID downtown, we still drive over to Newcastle for our favorite Chinese food at Yea's Wok. I haven't tried a menu item that I didn't like here! You know it's a good find when the line is out the door every night the place is open. It's worth the wait to get a table and settle in for some great food. The service is attentive too. I only wish they would start taking reservations!

Pros: Great food, Attentive service

Cons: No reservations

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I love the food...very juicy, tender and saucy! and excellent HOT & SOUR SOUP!!! service is great but....if u really are so hungry...u will have to wait because of waiting!!! YES! U will have to wait becoz lots of people eating there...YEAH!
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

2
★★★★★

I love the food...very juicy, tender and saucy! and excellent HOT & SOUR SOUP!!! service is great but....if u really are so hungry...u will have to wait because of waiting!!! YES! U will have to wait becoz lots of people eating there...YEAH!
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

Pros: good food, fast service, nice ambiance

Cons: waiting, sometimes watery rice

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I host a lot of people for business who are transplants from out of the Seattle area. My friends and clients from the East Coast (especially New York) and from other areas with notable Chinese communities and restaurants (like San Fran) are always disappointed with the lack of any great Chinese restaurants in Seattle. People have lived here for 15 years and not found a good place. I have yet to fail at introducing people to their new favorite Chinese restaurant in the Seattle/Eastside. It's been going on 9 1/2 years and I've never had anyone who wasn't anything other than utterly delighted that some place like Yeas exists. Let alone in Newcastle of all places!

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★★★★★

I host a lot of people for business who are transplants from out of the Seattle area. My friends and clients from the East Coast (especially New York) and from other areas with notable Chinese communities and restaurants (like San Fran) are always disappointed with the lack of any great Chinese restaurants in Seattle. People have lived here for 15 years and not found a good place. I have yet to fail at introducing people to their new favorite Chinese restaurant in the Seattle/Eastside. It's been going on 9 1/2 years and I've never had anyone who wasn't anything other than utterly delighted that some place like Yeas exists. Let alone in Newcastle of all places!

Pros: Food, Food, Food

Cons: Ambiance

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If it's your first time, ask the owner. He'll recommend the really good stuff, not to mention he's super friendly too! How many places actually tell you to stop ordering so much?

Sea bass, long bean belachan, anything spicy- sooooooooo good.

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★★★★★

If it's your first time, ask the owner. He'll recommend the really good stuff, not to mention he's super friendly too! How many places actually tell you to stop ordering so much?

Sea bass, long bean belachan, anything spicy- sooooooooo good.

Pros: great food, fast service, good parking

Cons: crowded

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Yummy, yummy, yummy. I really loved this place. The food wa great, and the service was superior. I loved the food and the atmosphere and environment of the restaurant. The food, ser4vice, and everything was great. I loved it, and I think anyone that likes Wok's will like it as well. very good

4
★★★★☆

Yummy, yummy, yummy. I really loved this place. The food wa great, and the service was superior. I loved the food and the atmosphere and environment of the restaurant. The food, ser4vice, and everything was great. I loved it, and I think anyone that likes Wok's will like it as well. very good

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Unobtrusively located in a strip mall in Factoria is a very authentic Mandarin restaurant. (Note how packed it is with Asians, and how PF Changs never is!) The food is family style so plan on ordering a few dishes for dinner and sharing with your group. They have both English and Chinese menus, but you can get authentic dishes using either. The prices are very reasonable. Mandarin cuisine is surprisingly difficult to find (most Chinese restaurants are Cantonese), so take a chance and try some things you havent seen elsewhere, such as the pea vines or braised fish dishes.

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★★★★★

Unobtrusively located in a strip mall in Factoria is a very authentic Mandarin restaurant. (Note how packed it is with Asians, and how PF Changs never is!) The food is family style so plan on ordering a few dishes for dinner and sharing with your group. They have both English and Chinese menus, but you can get authentic dishes using either. The prices are very reasonable. Mandarin cuisine is surprisingly difficult to find (most Chinese restaurants are Cantonese), so take a chance and try some things you havent seen elsewhere, such as the pea vines or braised fish dishes.

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This is the place I always go to have some REAL Chinese food. It's the best in Seattle!

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★★★★★

This is the place I always go to have some REAL Chinese food. It's the best in Seattle!

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Rarely will you find this strip mall location uncrowded. It is worth the wait to enjoy their broad menu at more than reasonable prices. The staff is attentive and pay attention to special requests such as no MSG dishes.

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★★★★☆

Rarely will you find this strip mall location uncrowded. It is worth the wait to enjoy their broad menu at more than reasonable prices. The staff is attentive and pay attention to special requests such as no MSG dishes.

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Yeas Wok is my FAVORITE Chinese restaurant by far, and I think many more will agree because this place is always packed. Not only is the restaurant busy, but I think there are just as many people ordering take-out because there usually is at least a half an hour wait before you could pick up your food.

When my husband and I go there, we always order the hot and sour soup and basil snails (dont know the real menu name.) Their hot and sour soup is one of the best I had, they include a variety of mushrooms and seafood in it. The basil snail is also spicy, and the sauce is great over the steamed rice.

Their take out wait time is half an hour, but dine in service is very quick, which I am glad. The wait time for a table is usually so long that by the time you are seated, you are starving, so you appreciate the quick service.

PROS: Excellent Food and good service.
CONS: Very busy so wait can be long.

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★★★★★

Yeas Wok is my FAVORITE Chinese restaurant by far, and I think many more will agree because this place is always packed. Not only is the restaurant busy, but I think there are just as many people ordering take-out because there usually is at least a half an hour wait before you could pick up your food.

When my husband and I go there, we always order the hot and sour soup and basil snails (dont know the real menu name.) Their hot and sour soup is one of the best I had, they include a variety of mushrooms and seafood in it. The basil snail is also spicy, and the sauce is great over the steamed rice.

Their take out wait time is half an hour, but dine in service is very quick, which I am glad. The wait time for a table is usually so long that by the time you are seated, you are starving, so you appreciate the quick service.

PROS: Excellent Food and good service.
CONS: Very busy so wait can be long.

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I'm asian, so trust me on this one. The food is great, the service is fast; however, making reservation is HIGHLY recommended! For sharing order: seabass with soysauce-sauce, prawn with blackbean-sauce, volcano fried rice, the seafood tofu soup, general tsao chicken, and don't forget to order the dessert, the fried ice-cream, it is to die for...

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★★★★★

I'm asian, so trust me on this one. The food is great, the service is fast; however, making reservation is HIGHLY recommended! For sharing order: seabass with soysauce-sauce, prawn with blackbean-sauce, volcano fried rice, the seafood tofu soup, general tsao chicken, and don't forget to order the dessert, the fried ice-cream, it is to die for...

Cons: Always crowded

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Very nice Chinese food in Taiwanese style with great value. Usually very crowded, recommand make reseravation if over six people.

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★★★★★

Very nice Chinese food in Taiwanese style with great value. Usually very crowded, recommand make reseravation if over six people.

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At last, after 4 years of searching, I have found the best chinese place in Seattle/Eastside. I have tried almost every place in china town and there is no better Kung pao chicken than the Yea's wok. I am not a huge dimsum guy, so, cannot rate the dimsum at yea's wok.

Try the KungPao Chicken or beef with brocolli. It is amazing, spicy.

P.S
try HONS on Robson Street in Vancouver, Canada for the ultimate chinese food.

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★★★★★

At last, after 4 years of searching, I have found the best chinese place in Seattle/Eastside. I have tried almost every place in china town and there is no better Kung pao chicken than the Yea's wok. I am not a huge dimsum guy, so, cannot rate the dimsum at yea's wok.

Try the KungPao Chicken or beef with brocolli. It is amazing, spicy.

P.S
try HONS on Robson Street in Vancouver, Canada for the ultimate chinese food.

Pros: taste, service

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It is a surprise to find a place that serves "reasonably" authentic food in a place like Newcastle. When 1st recommended to me, I had no idea where it was; and I have lived in SEA for 20 yrs. It is now my #1 Chinese restaurant, A good sign is there are alot of Chinese eating there. Reasonable prices too.
Get there early and order off the Chinese menu. The owner can help you if you cannot read Chinese (I don't). Food comes out v. fast, tastes fresh and lively. Fish dishes esp. good--I like the one w/soybean sauce. Also the squid.
They do a huge takeout business which can be an option if you live close by. I do not think they take reservations except for 6, hence the lines at the door. It is worth trying!

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★★★★☆

It is a surprise to find a place that serves "reasonably" authentic food in a place like Newcastle. When 1st recommended to me, I had no idea where it was; and I have lived in SEA for 20 yrs. It is now my #1 Chinese restaurant, A good sign is there are alot of Chinese eating there. Reasonable prices too.
Get there early and order off the Chinese menu. The owner can help you if you cannot read Chinese (I don't). Food comes out v. fast, tastes fresh and lively. Fish dishes esp. good--I like the one w/soybean sauce. Also the squid.
They do a huge takeout business which can be an option if you live close by. I do not think they take reservations except for 6, hence the lines at the door. It is worth trying!

Pros: real Chinese food, reasonable value

Cons: , so busy

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This is the best chinese/mandarin restaurant in Nortwest region. I have tried lots of chinese restaurant in Seattle and Vancouver areas and Yeas Wok is consitently the best

They have both authentic and americanized menu, both of are equally delicious. You can always ask the owner for recommendation (he usually the one that personally take the orders). My top favorite dishes are: Black peppered beef, prawn with lobster sauce, sea-bass with soy-bean sauce.

The place is always packed during busy hour, you should either make reservation or come in early.

Note: They only take reservation for 6 or more.

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★★★★★

This is the best chinese/mandarin restaurant in Nortwest region. I have tried lots of chinese restaurant in Seattle and Vancouver areas and Yeas Wok is consitently the best

They have both authentic and americanized menu, both of are equally delicious. You can always ask the owner for recommendation (he usually the one that personally take the orders). My top favorite dishes are: Black peppered beef, prawn with lobster sauce, sea-bass with soy-bean sauce.

The place is always packed during busy hour, you should either make reservation or come in early.

Note: They only take reservation for 6 or more.

Pros: Delicious food, Good value, Friendly staff

Cons: , Long wait time

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As a Chinese American, I have eaten alot of regional food in my home, here and all over the world. My dad says this is THE BEST Chinese food he has eaten in USA!
What about roasted goose, oil baked chicken, stir-fried snails with basil, greens with shrimp paste or furu (fermented bean curd).
All the food is fresh, non-formulaic. Sauces have character, do not feel like they were added from the giant sauce can.
The kitchen is high volume, service is fast and efficient. No dawdling or chatting to customers. Large take-out business, if you wish to dish up these delicacies at home.
Reservations mandatory unless you want to wait interminably. Exc. value considering quality and preparation. It would be twice the amount in NYC.

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★★★★★

As a Chinese American, I have eaten alot of regional food in my home, here and all over the world. My dad says this is THE BEST Chinese food he has eaten in USA!
What about roasted goose, oil baked chicken, stir-fried snails with basil, greens with shrimp paste or furu (fermented bean curd).
All the food is fresh, non-formulaic. Sauces have character, do not feel like they were added from the giant sauce can.
The kitchen is high volume, service is fast and efficient. No dawdling or chatting to customers. Large take-out business, if you wish to dish up these delicacies at home.
Reservations mandatory unless you want to wait interminably. Exc. value considering quality and preparation. It would be twice the amount in NYC.

Pros: fabulous food

Cons: , crowded/noisy

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I have had chinese food nation wide and for the amount you spend it is worth it. Nice portions of meat with vegetables, excellent sauces, and fast and hot. If you like Chinese this is the place!!

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★★★★★

I have had chinese food nation wide and for the amount you spend it is worth it. Nice portions of meat with vegetables, excellent sauces, and fast and hot. If you like Chinese this is the place!!

Pros: Value, Filling, Happy

Cons: , Crowded, Small

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I can honestly say this is the best Chinese food I've had in Seattle and I've been searching long and hard. I finally decided to grab some take out after the great reviews I read. As soon as I walked in I noticed all the people waiting and the line or take out orders waiting to be picked up. This was an excellent sign. The prices are a bit high but the food is well worth it and I will definitely be back again!

2
★★★★★

I can honestly say this is the best Chinese food I've had in Seattle and I've been searching long and hard. I finally decided to grab some take out after the great reviews I read. As soon as I walked in I noticed all the people waiting and the line or take out orders waiting to be picked up. This was an excellent sign. The prices are a bit high but the food is well worth it and I will definitely be back again!

Pros: Quality, Service

Cons: Price, Small Establishment

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I have been to Yea's Wok on no less than 10 occasions. I would like to consider myself somewhat of an expert in Chinese food as it is about an 60% staple in my diet (25% sushi, 15%other). Yea's Wok is a great example of authentic Chinese cuisine. On my first visit I was a bit surprised to find such quality in a place as isolated as. Yea's Wok is one of the few quality Seattle Chinese restaurant outside of the ID (Saigon Dynasty off MLK is another). You can only find such authenticity in the major Chinatowns, Taiwan/China, and the kitchens of Chinese mothers.

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★★★★★

I have been to Yea's Wok on no less than 10 occasions. I would like to consider myself somewhat of an expert in Chinese food as it is about an 60% staple in my diet (25% sushi, 15%other). Yea's Wok is a great example of authentic Chinese cuisine. On my first visit I was a bit surprised to find such quality in a place as isolated as. Yea's Wok is one of the few quality Seattle Chinese restaurant outside of the ID (Saigon Dynasty off MLK is another). You can only find such authenticity in the major Chinatowns, Taiwan/China, and the kitchens of Chinese mothers.

Pros: Authentic, Affordable

Cons: Isolated from W. Side

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We moved from the San Francisco area 7 years ago. We were so used to good Chinese food from China Town there, that we were very disappointed with Seattle's China town. After searching all around the area we finally found Yea's Wok! The food is great the waiters fast and friendly and the portions plentiful. Try to get together with another family and reserve the tables for 6-10 in the back room. That way you can order lots of variety and enjoy the family style of sharing.

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★★★★★

We moved from the San Francisco area 7 years ago. We were so used to good Chinese food from China Town there, that we were very disappointed with Seattle's China town. After searching all around the area we finally found Yea's Wok! The food is great the waiters fast and friendly and the portions plentiful. Try to get together with another family and reserve the tables for 6-10 in the back room. That way you can order lots of variety and enjoy the family style of sharing.

Pros: good value, good variety, friendly fast service

Cons: long waits, crowded tables

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Yea's has the freshest Chinese food I've ever eaten! Guaranteed, you won't be disappointed!
Their lunches are also excellent, and very filling!

2
★★★★★

Yea's has the freshest Chinese food I've ever eaten! Guaranteed, you won't be disappointed!
Their lunches are also excellent, and very filling!

Pros: great food, great value

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this is a very typical american tasting chinese restaurant with no particular advantage except it is the only chinese restaurant in the area. location, location, location.

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★★☆☆☆

this is a very typical american tasting chinese restaurant with no particular advantage except it is the only chinese restaurant in the area. location, location, location.

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I have lived in the Greater Eastside for my entire life and next to World Fresh Asian Restaurant in II Union Square Building in Downtown Seattle, Yea's Wok probably has the best Asian dining in the Greater Eastside.

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★★★★★

I have lived in the Greater Eastside for my entire life and next to World Fresh Asian Restaurant in II Union Square Building in Downtown Seattle, Yea's Wok probably has the best Asian dining in the Greater Eastside.

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newport hills is not the first place i'd run to for great chinese food. however, yea's does a very good job of capturing authentic chinese cuisine. what i liked the most was the "real" spiciness of its cuisine (sometimes "spicy" merely means "a little more pepper than ususal" in north america). would go there more often, if it were located closer to seattle metro area.

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★★★★☆

newport hills is not the first place i'd run to for great chinese food. however, yea's does a very good job of capturing authentic chinese cuisine. what i liked the most was the "real" spiciness of its cuisine (sometimes "spicy" merely means "a little more pepper than ususal" in north america). would go there more often, if it were located closer to seattle metro area.

Pros: good food, good service, cleanliness

Cons: distance, distance, distance!

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It was weird to find such great Chinese food in such a secluded part of Bellevue, not to mention in a shopping center. But, even though i no longer live near it, Yea's sweet and sour chicken will lead me to drive many miles!!

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★★★★★

It was weird to find such great Chinese food in such a secluded part of Bellevue, not to mention in a shopping center. But, even though i no longer live near it, Yea's sweet and sour chicken will lead me to drive many miles!!

Pros: Amazing Food, Good Parking, Quick Service

Cons: ambience

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Yeas Wok is a great Chinese restaurant that never fails to satisfy. The food is always delicious and well worth the wait. Don't miss the Shanghai Spareribs and Crispy Shrimp in Black Bean Sauce. Be sure to have a party of 6 so you can make reservations.

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★★★★★

Yeas Wok is a great Chinese restaurant that never fails to satisfy. The food is always delicious and well worth the wait. Don't miss the Shanghai Spareribs and Crispy Shrimp in Black Bean Sauce. Be sure to have a party of 6 so you can make reservations.

Pros: Inexpensive, Prompt service, Cute hostess

Cons: Crowded, Closed Mondays

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A wonderful place for lunch, great food. When I worked in Factoria we would consitently drive there for lunch. Highly recomended.

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★★★★★

A wonderful place for lunch, great food. When I worked in Factoria we would consitently drive there for lunch. Highly recomended.

Pros: Good Food, Great Value

Cons: Location

 

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