Best Cheap Chinese Restaurants In Washington Near Me

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1. China Town - Washington

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Address: 3207 Mt Pleasant St NW, Washington, DC 20010

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 332-8955

Business type: Chinese restaurant

China Town: what do users think?

DaReal Fizzie: Food is bussin man. You get the best chinese food for a very affordable price in Columbia Heights. Been eating their since 2010 and god damn they never disappointed me once. And for all of you 1 star reviews, you are not going to a restaurant with 1-3 Michelin Stars. add all the sauces in your chicken and fries to get the best experience my g.

Alyssa: So quick for take out and so good. My favorite is the General Tso’s tofu. BEST spring roll I’ve ever had. Food is always steaming hot. The people who work at the front are always very nice. It’s become my go-to take out! also very cheap and they give you so so much food!! 2-3 meals easily for only ~$12

Christopher Afram: I do not recommend this place. I came here for lunch and ordered Kung pao chicken. I asked for no peas or carrots in the order. When I got back to my office they had it inside. I went back to try something and was told I had to pay extra! For a mistake you make you ask me for 1.50 more? I asked for my money back. Also the forkful of rice I did taste was not good. Once again, I do not recommend

Chiara: HIDDEN GEM! I’ve been looking for a good Chinese place for over a year and have been feeling underwhelmed in DC. This place makes such comforting yummy foods and it will become my go-to spot for sure. I got the lo mein chicken, sesame chicken, and sweet and sour pork. The latter two came with rice. They are all flavorful and the sweet and sour pork was very crispy. I recommend all of them. Also, the woman at the register is so friendly! Highly suggest it!

2. Chinatown Express - Washington

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Address: 746 6th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 638-0424

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Chinatown Express: what do users think?

Sarah White: The fresh noodles were delicious and the dumplings were absolutely phenomenal! The dough was thicker than I’m used to but it made it that much better. My only complaint was the duck fried noodles were very bony. Not a lot of meat and not really worth the trouble. I’d go back, but I wouldn’t choose the duck.

Queenie Enriquez: This place have the best duck ever, very tender and delicious. The home made noodles is a must try. Yes, it is small and can get crowded but food is great.

John “Bams” Serev: Very delicious Chinese cuisine. What pulled us in this fine establishment is the Duck Man that was in the front window. He was just messing around with the ducks and chopping them up and what not. The duck man made eye contact with me and he then winked. Next, and without breaking eye contact with me he chopped the next duck in half with a 1 foot clever. Food was awesome duck man was cool. Waitress sucked.

Nay Nay's Kids: I usually don’t do reviews but this place deserves one! I had General Tso chicken with wonton soup and egg rolls.. egg rolls are nothing but brown cabbage, two wontons in a broth that tasted like water and the chicken smh was brown on the inside and taste horrible!!! I could not even eat one piece, just gross!!! I don’t understand how things operate if your food tastes that bad, never again!!!

Mai Ling (SrirachaLing): Delicious food, small atmosphere, right in the heart of Chinatown DC with lots of menu choices. Did i say they have duck? Its was crispy and perfectly cooked. We shared a wonton soup, duck lo mein and chicken w/mixed vegetable.

Nate B: The food was okay. We had the Lo Mein, roasted meat combo, and fried rice. Homeade noodles were kind of thick and needed more seasoning. Roasted duck, chicken and pork were pretty good. Food was served in takeout containers for dine-in. Very hot inside. Service was great. I would recommend giving it a try.

Axi Berman: Excellent duck. Really great place to eat good Chinese food away from the snooty DC crowds. Would fit in nicely in San Fran or Seattle. Reasonably priced. Food so good I crushed it before I could take proper pictures.

3. Twin Dragon Carry-Out - Washington

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Address: 5504 3rd St NW, Washington, DC 20011

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 545-0033

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Twin Dragon Carry-Out: what do users think?

Shenita Oglesby: Pretty good for a carry out place. Their portions are huge. The shrimp rolls were really good, and their chicken wings and fries are not greasy at all. The location is a bit sketchy, but they get you in-and-out pretty quickly

Sam Leverenz: It’s everything you could want from a Chinese carry out restaurant. Portions are big. The egg rolls are even bigger. The perfect place for Chinese carry out classics.

Emogene Sanders: Don’t do it! You ever ate something and while eating it you just knew you shouldn’t be eating it? Like it wasn’t in your best interest to continue? Don’t do this to yourself. While the egg rolls are bigger I wouldn’t say they were better. At all. I ordered wings, fries and steak and cheese egg rolls. Idk how you can mess that up. But they managed. I took one bite of the egg roll. Ate one wing. Tried to salvage the fries. It’s only been an hour and I feel sick. Be safe out here. Choose peace.

doreen jones: My experience this time was horrible they usually have good food and outstanding egg rolls but today was not a good day i had a fly in my food (dead)......and when i called her back to complain she hung up on me. Today i just lost my taste for twin dragon and will not be eating there for a while. But dont let my experience stop you from going i will not be attending there for a while.

Jeremy Johnson: Great carryout twin dragons the biggest egg rolls that nobody has it very known for them

Latanya Parker: The staff there was very disrespectful, rude and unprofessional. As a customer I should be able to talk with the staff without being yelled at hung up on when my order was incorrect. I was very calm and just needed a little clarity. I was not deserving of poor customer service.

L S: I went to Twin Dragon after months and the shrimp fried rice is terrible, it’s hard, it’s salty, some light, some dark. I hat happened to this place.

4. Great Wall Szechuan House - Washington

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Address: 1527 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 797-8888

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Great Wall Szechuan House: what do users think?

Anthony Stewart: Generous portions and food doesn’t take too long to reach the table; as a vegetarian, I was glad to see many options. Unfortunately, they delivered one portion of my meal with meat, even though it was ordered vegetarian. I thought it tasted funny, but I didn’t want to make an issue when I was unsure. By the third bite, I was certain and even spat out the meat into my napkin to inspect the rather large chunk of it. (Needless to say, I had to excuse myself from the table for a moment.) I mentioned it to the waitress and she “handled” it. Handling it meant that they apologized and brought a new, vegetarian version out and assured me that all was in order. They still charged me instead of simply taking it off of my bill. If they’d done that, I’d go back, but since they didn’t, I won’t be going back. Pity. They chose $1.95 one time instead of absorbing the cost and having me return dozens of times over the next few years. Oh, well!

Haleigh Eppler: Great neighborhood spot for take out Chinese. I love the ma la menu for that mouth numbing spice. I always mean to take a picture but find myself devouring my food first. The meifun options are also well made. I haven’t had the American Chinese food here so can’t speak to that.

MrMrs K: I love this place. If possible, Great Wall, please stop limiting your DoorDash delivery radius. Door Dash generally delivers anywhere but your page routinely is either not accepting delivery orders at all OR says my house is too far.

timliu75 tim: We had a high hope to get some decent Szechuan dishes from this place, but the dishes come out at average levels. We ordered the Tofu Fish Fillet with Spicy Sauce, but the Tofu cubes were bland. The fish-flavored eggplants were a little greasy. I think their American-Chinese dishes might worth trying.

Peter Ahn: First and last time ordering from this place. Ordered mapo tofu with pork and rice to go. After opening it at home, tofu looked too chunky when mapo tofu supposed to show cottage cheese like appearance but with silkier texture. Spat it back out after swallowing only a little bit of the first bite immediately followed by rinsing my mouth. Somehow it smells and tastes like some harsh chemical like Windex or something. DC health department needs to be involved.

Sean Holland: Confirmed our order and kept us waiting for 30 minutes before they canceled it. Also one time we ordered and they were obviously out of chicken because they literally gave us store-bought frozen chicken nuggets in our dishes.

5. Yum's - Washington

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Address: 1413 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 3AM ⋅ Reopens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 232-5608

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Yum's: what do users think?

Mackenzie Hepker: Awesome food, great service - these guys were super slammed on a weekend night and killed it! Well worth the wait (which was still super reasonable even though it was so busy!) Will absolutely order from here again. Mapo tofu was delicious.

Tracy-Ann Grannell: Absolutely TRASH!! The shrimp fried rice was so mushy and flavorless!! It tasted old like rancid old. Wing were trash. The small fries didn’t even fill the container. Wings were also trash. This place is tragic!! Shut it down

S. Dantzler: Came to get some mombo wings and steak and cheese egg rolls. Food was hot and fresh. Wish we got a little more sauce on our wings, but still good!

sonata sonata: I ordered from the website buffalo wings for delivery with Uber Eats. The website displays a picture of buffalo wings as regular wings coated with buffalo sauce. So I placed the order. After placing the order, I contacted them for clarity and I was informed that those were not the wings that I would be receiving. I pleaded with them to give me regular wings and they would not give me regular wings under NO CIRCUMSTANCES...So disappointing.

Gerre General: Called in an order for 4 wings with fries. As I come into the restaurant the clerk at the register is yelling at a black man over 85cents. The man is saying he orders that often and it’s less than the 85cents the clerk is yelling about. He was very hostile towards the man really didn’t want to give him a refund as the customer just wanted his money back and to stop being verbally abused. After waiting 10 minutes-he was still dragging his feet to do the refund I left and got food elsewhere. Will not be back and they need to be mindful of how they talk to people.

Carmenise Barber: Food was good and hot … however they don’t honor the times posted on their restaurant. It showed closing at 4am we arrived at 2:50 and doors were locked but ppl inside would not service and stated they closed at 3am however it wasn’t even 3am

Romell: Another great food spot. Food was fresh and flavorful. They could use a little more organization when it comes to ordering and picking food. People would easily cut in front of you if they had a call in order.

6. Eddie's Cafe Chinese Cuisine - Washington

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Address: 2600 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 667-3939

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Eddie's Cafe Chinese Cuisine: what do users think?

Joshua Drewes: Solid Chinese food - I had the chicken and vegetables, and it comes with hot sour soup. Not greasy, full of flavor and well worth it. Hot and sour soup is soooo good. I could have a pint of that and be happy. Food came out in under 5 min - packaged well for take out. Love this place

Hwa Shi-Hsia: Kung pao chicken was pretty tasteless, just sugary. Definitely not ordering this again. Will update my review in future if I try other things.

Cynthia C: We finished from dinning at the Lebanese place across the street, feeling unfulfilled and underwhelming, saw this place and got a Hot and Sour soup to go, and it was amazing, exactly what I wanted, actually one of the best hot&sour soup I had for a while, so would definitely recommend!

Maggie Zheng: So good, large portions and so cheap!! They also deliver for only a dollar. Really really awesome. I got the chicken fried rice and hot and sour soup.

Tom Kunsman: Simply best Chinese food I’ve had in a while. Carry out only. But very fresh. Highly recommend

Andrea Gaitan: I love how flavorful the food here is, decent portions and prices. Great location and the speed they have to prepare all is great.

Logan Schmidt: This is our neighborhood spot, sorta hole-in-the-wall looking. LOVE the food though—flavors are on point, portions are huge, and everyone is very friendly. Highly recommend if you’re looking for quick, tasty Chinese food.

7. Hong Kong Carryout - Washington

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Address: 1506 East Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20003

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 546-5528

Business type: Hong Kong style fast food restaurant

Hong Kong Carryout: what do users think?

Erica Wall: The food was DISGUSTING. I order a shrimp and broccoli and a shrimp fired rice. Two dishes that pretty hard to mess up since this was our first time trying their food. The shrimp had a slimy texture and tasted unreal. The sauce to the shrimp and broccoli was water down like soup. The steak and cheese was miniature compared to other carry out in the area. The food was JUST TERRIBLE. Overall, I would NOT recommend.

Megha Fernandes: Really great value and great Chinese food on the Hill!! The General Tao’s chicken was breaded well and the sauce was flavorful, the lo mein was packed and had a good flavor, and the egg roll was crisp! The only so so dish was the fried rice which was just fine. But overall will definitely order again!

Andrew Farrell: Typical Chinese restaurant. Pretty cheap food options though. Menu online was out of date so I added an updated one as of 3/5/21. Good sesame chicken combo. Rice was good, chicken decent. They use a heavy coating of bread on the fried chicken, but the meal was still good for the price. Will probably serve me for two meals worth

Charity Parks: The chicken wings are really good fried hard with a side of GenTso sauce yumm singapore noodles were also good with just the right curry flavor. Steak and cheese was okay they just need to add more meat on sandwich

Sophia Forte: We order from here all the time through Doordash. It is soooooo good. My favorite things are the sesame chicken and egg rolls. I highly recommend!

Devin Kelsey: I want to give an honest review here but every time I write one I look at it & realize it sounds way too mean to submit so I’ll let the star rating speak for itself.

Lexie Rock: General Tso’s Shrimp is delicious! One of the best Chinese food places I’ve had in DC. Also, this place is cash only.

8. Chinese Dragon - Washington

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Address: 103 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10:30AM

Telephone: (202) 328-6146

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Chinese Dragon: what do users think?

Elynyand Davis: Very good Chinese food. The lady was so nice. I really enjoyed my food. The prices are not bad at all.

Julio Garcia: Food is good nothing special. Customer service could improve. Would like to see these places upgrade as much as the places around them.

Olujimi Kuti: Good wings, but they will mix in old wings that have been fried twice often. I specifically ask for fresh wings and still got refried wings mixed in no bigger than my finger. They lost my business with this practice.

Mark Onley: This place, and the people who run it, are fantastic. Lived next door for a couple years and regularly ate here. Very flavorful dishes (especially the fried tofu dishes) and kind staff. Best quick Chinese in the district- I highly recommend it!

Anna Lopez: Haven’t been here for almost 30 years. Place hasn’t changed a bit. Carry out food was always good and continues its legendary menu. Neighborhood has definitely upgraded as all DC has. Very somber events occurred in this carry out back in the 80’s when we encountered the crack era. Nice to see it’s till hanging on.

9. Reren Lamen & Bar - Washington

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Address: 817 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 290-3677

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Reren Lamen & Bar: what do users think?

Anthony M: Everything was really good and you can tell the noodles are made in house. The Grandmas pancakes were excellent and the Dan Dan noodles were particularly enjoyable. The location is convenient from the conference center, and somewhat small. However, the service is friendly, quick, and excellent. I will have to revisit this location to try the Ramen sometime.

arun varughese: A decent place for ramen. I had grilled chicken Leren. The service was quick as I got the item in 10 mins. Chicken noodle leren : The broth was very nice and kind of carried the dish. The chicken felt very less in quantity and tasted very bland. The noodles felt a bit overcooked. Overall it is an average dish for the price. The overall quantity of noodles and soup is good. I was expecting a much stronger flavor from an Asian dish, maybe that’s why I was a bit underwhelmed.

Albert Wu: The house soup noodle has three pieces of pork that taste fine but there’s too much fat. The vegetable doesn’t look great. The soup base is average. The noodle is chewy but not spectacular. The fish ball soup is unimpressive. The edamame is good. The DC Chinatown is not as exciting as Chinatowns in San Francisco, Los Angeles, or even Boston. Should not expect too much from the Chinatown restaurants in DC

Kim Nguyen: This was my first time having lamen. I ordered the Reren Signature Lamen and the Chen Duong spicy wontons. The food was okay. It wasn’t as tasty as I was hoping it to. However I do like the texture of the lamen noodle. It was worth a try.

Sok Hwee Tay: We are in DC for a few days. We ate here the first night of our stay and it was so good we returned again. Their drinks are really good too. Must try.

Kayode Yussuf: This is my most visited restaurant in DC. I love the coconut bubble tea. Staff is friendly and Price is also reasonable. I usually will get the General Tao Chicken and rice. Stirred fried noodles is also exciting

Andrew Douglas: This place is just incredible, I had the spicy Kung Fu Ramen and some pork dumplings and they were just plain delicious. I highly recommend this place to anybody getting off the DC metro at Gallery Place or anyone stopping by DC! Great first stop in the city :)

10. New Dynasty - Washington

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Address: 2020 P St NW, Washington, DC 20036

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 296-6688

Business type: Chinese restaurant

New Dynasty: what do users think?

Molly Cooper: This place was wonderful!! I got the sesame tofu and broccoli and substitute rice for steamed veggies, plus a jasmine green tea. The food was so good! This is one of the best tofu dishes I’ve ever had, it was still crispy and the sauce was delicious. The vegetables were done perfectly, and I think my friends thoroughly enjoyed their meals too. I will come back here AS SOON as I come back to DC. I can’t wait :)!!

imtiaz ahmad: Totally enjoyed the food and the service. I would highly recommend this place if you like Chinese food and reasonable prices. You won’t be disappointed!

Doa Al: We tried many different things in the menu. Everything came out hot and fresh. We got chicken corn soup, orange chicken, sesame chicken, fried rice, three flavor lo mein, cream cheese wontons and spring rolls. Love that it was halal since there are not much halal Chinese options in the area

Nadeem Khaliq: Something’s never change! And that’s a good thing in this case. One of the most authentic Chinese halal spots around! Always clean made to order fresh Chinese. Worth the trip or a casual drop in.

Moiz Arif: Really liked the taste of the dishes we ordered in a long time. Will definitely order again.

Eddies: Solid little Chinese eatery and longtime stand-by in the Circle. They have a good mix of standard Chinese/American as well as healthy and more traditional Chinese fare. Place is clean, food is always fresh and hot, and prices are generally competitive for the area.

A: it was fine. I loved the lo mein and the timeliness, so 3 stars there, but 2 stars off for the overcooked, tough shrimp, and the undercooked broccoli. its a little pricey for a carryout spot so I was expecting a little bit better

Faizah Zafar: Amazing food, great service, affordable prices, and fully Halal! We drove from Florida and this was the best Chinese food we ever had. I hope to come back one day.

11. Golden China Chinese Restaurant - Washington

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Address: 1703 6th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 232-0422

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Golden China Chinese Restaurant: what do users think?

Shermira Mortimer: I will never eat here again and they had the nerve to have a attitude when I called and complained. Not edible at all. If I could have gave them a zero I would have

KB: I’ve been going here for years and the quality has greatly declined even in how they interact with customers. Called in to order but was told to hold, without them muting their background and was confused on if they were talking to me or another person so then I hung up. I then walked into the store to order and was waiting awhile before really being acknowledged. Several calls were taken over the phone even after I stepped into the carry out. I ordered chicken wings and French fries with hot sauce on the chicken and it was over drenched but I ate anyways only cause I was hungry. The hot sauce taste alil weird like it’s mixed with mambo. My man also ordered a egg roll and while I stepped out of the store at the time he claims that the roll was thrown out of the window while saying “here”. Here to who? There was one other person in there waiting at the time. They need to step it up or just find another profession cause the customer service and food was disappointing.

Denise Swann: This place is some sh.. the food was nasty down to the egg roll and I should of known something was wrong the drive had an attitude and would not get out of the car. I would not recommend this place to anyone. My score wouldn’t even be a star not even one.

James Pagels: Extremely rude delivery driver, Sloppy food delivery in addition to insisting that I come outside in the snow for food ( I had my 2 year old two-year-old niece and there is a delivery fee.) Small portions, Jerry’s is way better or simply grub hub.

Evan Ribeiro: These folks really have it together. Online ordering is a piece of cake. Food is abundant and delicious. The staff has been friendly to me each and every time no matter how busy it is. Orders were always on time each and every time I ordered for takeout.

Joseph Zomerfeld: Just drove in from Lafayette, Indiana, have been craving some good Chinese food for days before I came back to DC and this place totally hit the spot! Ordered at the Holiday Inn and it came fast and piping hot! Delicious, and 5 stars from 3 very satisfied customers.

T: Great great food! Thats all i have to say about that!

12. Hunan Dynasty - Washington

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Address: 215 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20003

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 546-6161

Business type: Hunan restaurant

Hunan Dynasty: what do users think?

Stephen Manning: General Tso chicken not spicy. It’s sweet. I asked for spicy general tso with sesame on top. Before leaving I check the receipt says Sesame Chicken Spicy. I’ve known other restaurants where it’s much more of a difference between the two dishes. I asked, to be clear about this. I asked about the veggies. They said only broccoli. It came with 2 tiny pieces of broccoli garnish. Way too saucy too. Like yuck. I didn’t check before I left. I wanted to be surprised. I guess my complaint is they gave me the wrong order? Idk. Worst Xmas dinner ever. Worst part is that it was the owner that did me like this. Broccoli cooked perfect. Rice is good. Very nice staff

Wilson Fujinaga: Hunan is pretty awesome, not the best but DEF not the worst. They’ve come through time and again. I’ve noticed that depending on what day of the week you order, the food quality varies a lot… so I tend to order on those days only! 😜

Richard Ma: The man (owner?) was very rude. I came in to ask for directions to a bathroom. I was in dire need and could see they had one, but he said it was for customers only, which I understand is common practice for many restaurants. However, he began yelling at me to leave when I asked for directions. Given that there were no other customers at the time (very quiet weekend noon hour) and that I was really just trying to politely find a bathroom, this left a very sour taste in my mouth.

Rafik K.: Weird taste of General TSO chicken.Chicken tasted like 90% fat.1 star for fast delivery!

Rosa Trinidad Florian: First time eating here while visiting DC. The food was great, the prices were great and the service was too. Before my trip was over I had to stop there again, they have really hood lunch and dinner specials- the portions are good too.

13. Mayflower Chinese Carryout - Washington

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Address: 3066 Mt Pleasant St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 299-9502

Business type: Chinese takeaway

Mayflower Chinese Carryout: what do users think?

Thomas Johnson: I’ve been there probably dozens of times now. It’s my go to takeout spot in Columbia heights/my pleasant. Love the general tso’s combo platter (great value) and their pork lo mein and crab Rangoon are consistently perfect.

M D: Literally the only carry out I will order from in DC since I was a teenager. My faves ❤️

Billy R: It is a great carryout place. I generally order on Tuesday or Wednesday nights because I find the food tastes better these nights. It is generally ready in 10/15 min top. I am a local and I thought that after a few years I should give them some credits by rating them. The only reason why it is not 5 star it is because the waiting area could be nicer and I wish the quality was more consistent on other nights. Other than that the people in the kitchen and at the checkout are nice and I like the food!

April Wright: Great food! but customer service to us BLACK PEOPLE is horrible!!!!!! I politely sat and observed the lady who works there. I ordered my food first she gave me the worst attitude ever rolling her eyes, snatching my card, slamming my card back on the counter instead of in my hand. Someone of another race ordered after me she was very polite and handled herself very well.

Rosa Walker: Love their food! Never disappointed. Wings always fresh and fried hard ( how I like em), fries always hot, and my usual Spicy Shrimp and Broccoli with fried rice is always delicious! Wish they delivered though. Lol

Elia Ahadi: Amazing chinese food at a good price!

14. NewBigWong - Washington

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Address: 610 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 3AM ⋅ Reopens 3PM

Telephone: (202) 628-0490

Business type: Chinese restaurant

NewBigWong: what do users think?

Mischa: This restaurant is okay. The food and the tea were fairly good. I had dumplings and tea. The only problem I had is that the person who served me my food almost aggressively asked me for a tip in the end. A tip is a gift for great service, not an automatic right or something that you ask for. That is not professional in my opinion. Other than that, the food itself was fine.

Samantha Choa: Food not good at all. We waited 45 mins for the peking duck expecting it to be worth the wait but no it was like it was just heated in a microwave. The server DEMANDED tip and even ask more. I already put a tip but wants more. We have friends who are from Japan and tip is not something they are use but the server demanded her to give tip. Do not bother to go here.

Jered Brown: I stayed across the street in a hotel and this was definitely a late night spot to hit if you were looking for something quick to eat. I have never had any Chinese spots like this. Their food was on a different level. Not your regular carry out joint when it came to the food. I literally cannot find a place better in Baltimore or in DC now. The vibe is nice too if dinning in late night.

Dc Celebrity: I stopped by Big Wong DC in Chinatown last night to give them a try.. food was good.. my only recommendation is not go at night, after dark.. alot of homeless people, loitering and etc outside on the street, I felt very unsafe..

Paul VanBeuge: No doubt about it, the name grabs your attention. After you get the giggles out over the name, take a walk in the wild side and venture in for a meal. You won’t be disappointed by the warm hospitality and tasty food. There’s a lot to choose from on the menu and the staff are quick to happy to help select something. I recommend the jelly fish and short ribs.

Alexander Herbert: I saw some reviews about people getting harassed for tips, but I encountered no such thing. I usually tip 15 to 20%. The food was quite fresh, and service was of high quality. This is an authentic Chinese joint, a real slice of life. The menu was extensive, and the only thing I regret is that I did not try the frog legs as well.

15. 华童新鲜河粉 China Boy - Washington

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Address: 815 6th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9:30AM

Telephone: (202) 371-1661

Business type: Dim sum restaurant

华童新鲜河粉 China Boy: what do users think?

Albert Wu: Pretty good rice noodle. Unfortunately now it’s take out only. Food taste good and prices are reasonable.

Yuh Wen Ling: This little joint is terrific. I love thr fresh shrimp rice crepe (so great!), chicken sticky rice, and the beef chow fun is sooooo good. Also awesome is that you cam buy fresh rice noodles at a super reasonable price. They taste great, but nothing tops that beef chow fun. Fast and friendly service as well. Cash only...this place is a gem!

The MAYster: Stopped by during a 1 day visit to DC - no dine in so we ordered 3 dishes and ate in the car... THE BEST chicken chow fun EVER - sautéed to perfection and their pork fried dumplings and steamed beef noodle rivaled the best dim sum I have had in NYC and Philly. Cannot wait to return to DC just to have more of their dishes....

Megan Long: I LOVE this place! It reminds me of my childhood in NYC Chinatown. The service is fast and efficient, and the location is convenient to Gallery Place! The beef rice noodle crepe and the dried shrimp rice noodle crepe are the freshest I’ve ever had because they are always made to order. An order of each will cost you just under $7, which is amazing for a lunch in DC.

Mei Mandy: This by far the best beef chow fun and steam shrimp crepe in US. I’m a Cantonese growth up in Hong Kong and these taste like those I’ve in my hometown - I can tell it’s freshly made

16. Noodles On 11 - Washington

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Address: 1100 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 408-3377

Business type: Chinese noodle restaurant

Noodles On 11: what do users think?

Joshua C: Ordered soy sauce chicken with rice, red curry, pho chin and HK duck noodles, and spring roll for $70. The not-so-good: the chicken is dry, the sauce is a far cry from what you’d find in Hong Kong or a Southeast Asian place; the duck noodles were stuck together in a giant unappetizing blob; the pho had very dry beef and mild flavor. The good: the red curry was decent, and the duck noodle soup was quite good.

Jennifer C: Had lunch here and it was amazing! We ordered shrimp spring rolls, green chicken curry, and pho tai. It all had great flavor and the portions were big! We also ordered hot tea - so good! If we were residents of DC we would be here at least once a week. Yum!!

chris mason: I rarely feel compelled to leave a review, but after having lunch at Noodles on 11 on a Saturday, I did feel the need to share my experience. The service was fantastic and the food was even better. We were so pleased with our experience that we came back the same weekend and the server even recognized us. My biggest regret is that we aren’t local to DC so we can’t become regulars for this location.

Jinji Pang: Definitely a good restaurant! Had Suki twice and all tasted good! I will come more!

Kelly Tu: Perfect. Meat size is a little bit small. pho tastes mild. But overall it’s good.

Shu Wen: I ordered wonton and there are literally only six wontons inside. For 15.95 bucks this is by far the most expensive wonton I have ever had in my life. And the waitress confirmed this is what they provide. And the wontons are small as well. Look at the picture yourself.

Bao Tran (Bao): The place was nice and clean. The service was great. I ordered a bowl of chicken pho and Thai tea. The soup was well seasoned but the pho flavor was not quite there yet. The Thai tea was a bit light but tasted good, not too sweet. Overall, I enjoyed it.

Amber B.: The restaurant was clean and pretty busy. The Pho Ga (Chicken Pho) was a smaller portion but pretty good. We would have liked more add-ins (bean sprouts, Thai basil, lime wedges and jalapeños) but the waitress didn’t come back until we we’re almost finished eating. I would go back next time I’m in town.

17. Full Yum Carry Out - Washington

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Address: 1501 North Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 832-0637

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Full Yum Carry Out: what do users think?

Steven T: Been here a few times, I get chicken with mumbo, the sauce is top tier in my opinion, it’s not that sweet and sour/ Polynesian fake out a lot of carry outs use now. Rice can be hit or miss at times. The area is kind of sketchy, and you may get harassed eventually by the homeless, most of them out there will leave you alone but it’s a matter of time if you look like you don’t belong there. I feel bad for the lady because she is very nice, and puts up with a whole lot. A lady recently got shot to death outside in broad day about a month ago. So go at your own risk

HenDog Wilson: Ive been coming to this spot for over 10years And its been good to me that shrimp Egg Foo yung gets me Everytime. I had went back for those wings i grew up on with that beautiful mumbo sauce.

theLAB by Artists of Color: Full Yum use to be the SPOT!! I’ve been going here since high school in 2010. This place is disgusting NOW. I went there to get food and it was dry. The owner was really rude when I told him that the white rice was hard and that their wasn’t any sauce on my shrimp and broccoli. My chicken was dry with no seasoning plus it was old. Nothing here is fresh anymore

Shimoy Morrison: Went there food was fast BUT FOOD WAS TRASH -sorry not sorry I got sick after the first 2 bites Sent me straight to the bathroom I ordered steak and cheese eggrolls Sweet tea and iced tea Sesame chicken French fries Money went down the drain 👎🏿

Angry Dwarf: Ordered here while visiting the DC area and was not disappointed. Fast and friendly service.

Ralph McLean: Nice people. Reasonable prices. Fast service.

Matthew Curtis: Very cheap, but the poultry dishes are 40% meat, tops. Also the Hunan and Szechuan chicken were fairly bland (but again, cheap!) Solid neighborhood joint.

18. Tsim Yung - Washington

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Address: 3625 12th St NE, Washington, DC 20017

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 635-1318

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Tsim Yung: what do users think?

Christopher and Heather Cole: This is our favorite delivery food. The food is amazing and has good flavor. We always get the orange chicken, sweet and sour chicken and the steamed dumplings. The portions are huge so we are able to get two meals out of it. The service is fast and the staff are always friendly.

Julia Hurley: I try to patronize the places in my neighborhood. Normally we order take out but the ONE time we order delivery via Grub Hub they’re late, tell me the driver is on his way and then 45 mins later lie and say they never received it. I’m furious at the lying more than anything. Just be straight with me. It’s absolutely absurd to lie. You’ve lost very loyal business for your lies and rudeness.

Erik Schmidt: My order was placed through the website but never delivered. I called 1/2 hour after the end of the delivery window it was “out for delivery”. When I called 1 hour after the delivery window my order was “never received” I stayed on the line since I’d been charged for the order already and somehow they were able to refund the order that they’d supposedly never received. An hour and a half after placing my order I had no food and had been repeatedly lied to.

Jae Jae: The food is good. However, I ordered extra shrimp with my dish, was charged for it. No extra shrimp.

BobbY Butler III: AWESOME!!! Neighborhood carryout that gets it right.....everything is made EXACTLY how you ask!

Alexandra Wisbiski: One of my Brookland favorites, this place is delicious, quick, and filling! Portions are nice sizes, the food is always ready in 20 minutes or less, and prices are good! We always have leftovers for the next day. I love ordering from here!

Safia Johnson: Food was good but service around 11AM 1PM is horrible and the man that answer phone is very rude!!!

19. Joy Luck House - Washington

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Address: 748 6th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10:30AM

Telephone: (202) 628-1668

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Joy Luck House: what do users think?

C F: Very delicious!! We ordered the egg tart, sesame ball, and tried a moon cake. All were so fresh and good!! We will order all again and you cannot go wrong with the bakery items. Our favorite was the sesame ball with red bean. It was the best we ever had. Usually we go to Falls Church for these bakery food items but not anymore. We did not get a chance to try dinner but we will next time.

Jane L: Great for takeout which is perfect these days! I ordered dumplings and mooncakes and loved both! I used to walk by this place all the time before working from home but never stopped in. I had read reviews about unfriendly servers, so just never felt compelled to visit. Well, I would not hesitate to order for pickup or delivery. In fact when I stopped in there were a lot of drivers picking up their orders so seems like this is the way to go!

Teo Pinillo: Good place to eat, if your a tourist looking for a good, hot, affordable lunch after all day walking, this is a excellent place. Is very close to the metro station.

Vivian Westwood: I do however love a ready to order dim sum menu. I had a bbq pork bun that was ready to go. I came around 8 pm so I wasn’t expecting a fresh hot pork bun but I got what I wanted and it had the sweetness of the bun and the meat was cook properly. I also had a red bean moon cake which was delicious!

Bethsabe Alvarez: Usually when I give a good review is because the main purpose of the business is accomplished. Food: -Fried Rice great taste, fresh vegetables, it was really good. -Orange Chicken: Great flavor, little hot not too spicy, well done. -Egg Roll: Crispy outside, juicy inside. My first time trying, great experience. Place: - I think the owner should improve the way it looks. Service: -Regular. (not bad - not great)

20. Mandarin Carry-Out - Washington

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Address: 129 15th St SE, Washington, DC 20003

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 547-3905

Business type: Chinese restaurant

Mandarin Carry-Out: what do users think?

Vanessa Guerra: Polite service and big serving sizes. But the wonton soup had no veggies and the wontons were mainly thick pasta. The teriyaki chicken was delicious and a good deal

Kelsi Genday: My roommate and I love this place. The Singapore noodles are great and the dragon Phoenix dish is the best.

Linda Whitfield: They have the best food just bad customer service

Beautiful Aries: I called with a question about the food there was a man that answered and kept yelling call Uber call Uber and hung up I called back again to let him know that the question was for him not Uber he kept telling Uber each time and hung up ! I went on to order shrimp Hunan style tasting just like shrimp broccoli with vegetables not a different taste at all however it was good I also ordered a wonton soup had absolutely no taste as all

Douglas Hamann: Great take out. The bullet proof counter hardens back to a bygone age. Also heard two squirrel scampering above the false ceiling.

Chenita Jasmine Amey (Nita): The best food. Building looks rough but food is excellent well seasoned and you can tell they clean their shrimp.

Phillip Wright: I used to love Mandarin carry out and I used to recommend this carryout to all my friends before the pandemic but now I have a change of heart for the simple fact after they re open the customer service is completely terrible and the guy who answered the phone is completely rude and has a very bad attitude and will hang up the phone if you ask him to repeat the order. Before he hangs up on you he says no food for you. Not going to support this location.

A. Maisto: Plenty of carry-outs have amazing Chinese food. This one not so much. Food took 45 min for crab rangoon, garlic broccoli, and veg lo mein. Crab rangoons were more pastry than anything, and the sauce was too sweet. Veg lo mein had a weird taste to it. Garlic broccoli gave the option of mild, medium, or spicy. We chose spicy, but not only was it not spicy at all — it was more sweet than garlicky. I didn’t get sick from eating here, but since that’s a ridiculous standard for a restaurant, I don’t think I’ll come back.

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