The place to go for a classic Chinese meal (circa 1985) with generously portioned dishes such as beef lo mein, pork fried rice, General Tso’s chicken, moo shu, and chow mein. Features many vegetarian-friendly dishes and dieter’s specials, plus an endless supply of freshly brewed oolong tea. Hot towels and diced pineapple presented with the obligatory fortune cookies perfectly cap the retro experience.
From the red lacquered furniture and blue porcelain dinnerware to the paper umbrellas garnishing some mighty potent mai tais, stepping into Golden Wok Too is like stepping back in time—and into a comfortingly familiar, sit-down Chinese restaurant—circa 1985. Yes, check your desires for haute Pan-Asian cuisine at your Wayback Machine, because here traditional fare—beef lo mein, pork fried rice, General Tso’s chicken—are the order of the day. With generous portions, fresh ingredients, a tranquil setting (gotta love the faux blue skylight), and a never-ending supply of freshly brewed oolong tea, Golden Wok Too is just right for those times your heart desires no pretense, no show, no architecture, and no fusion. And the hot towels and diced pineapple presented with the obligatory fortune cookies perfectly cap the retro experience.