Wei Hong Seafood Restaurant: User Reviews
Dining Room - I was very impressed to see and experience an authentic Chinese meal in this nicely appointed room with a super high ceiling. Subtle art deco details makes for an understated yet elegant space. A big improvement they could make is to cover up the "zebra" stripe wood flooring with rich carpeting in a burgundy tone. That's how the first rates restaurants do it in other Chinatowns. A quieter space would be had too.
Food - The dim sum was solid although the cart girl suggestively sold us on too many baskets on the first go around. Siu mai, ha gow, and fuzzy taro footballs were especially good. The 2.5 lb. lobster was fresh and tasty over a bed of yee fu noodles. About half was boxed for an afternnon treat at home. And a true test of a good Chinese restaurant is if they could make a good bowl of jook or congee. Here they excelled in a large bowl of sliced fish jook where we shared family style. A great meal overall and a lot of culinary depth was shown. We'll be back!
This is my first review but I must get the word out. Today was my second time ordering from Wei Hong, both times delivery. The first time delivery was slow but I called and eventually got my food. It was good, just good. Other places have just as good and better. I decided to try them again tonight. Now 2 hours later I still don't have my food. I have an order confirmation. I have a phone number. Neither are any use. I have tried calling but I only get a message saying no one is available. No way to leave a message, and closing time is still 1 1/2 hours away. Just glad I decided to pay cash and not prepay with a credit card. No Chinese food for me tonight. Time to go see what's in the fridge. Be cautioned if you order from them - you may starve.
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