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[DFW] Mr. Wok in Plano

air | Jan 26, 2007 03:03 PM
Guidelive also reviewed them:

I've been meaning to write about this place for a while, so now that I've got some time, I'll do a quick write-up. I'm very surprised that there isn't buzz about this place on this site!

I did a quick search and the only thread I saw was a quick mention about their ramen, so I'll go into further detail: The ramen is superb and they have so many varieties! The portions are generous and you definitely get your money's worth. I recommend their Tom Chung, Combination, or Seafood ramen. If you decide to pick up an appetizer, the cinnamon egg roll is a good bet, it's very different from a typical eggroll. The seafood calamari is another excellent appetizer.

I try to have a different dish every time I go, but it's really hard to do, especially after having their mango shrimp. Their Americanized dishes are prepared much better than any other take-out restaurant. Another must-try is their sesame chicken, which is a vastly different from any other restaurant's sesame chicken.

Bottom line: you can't go wrong with anything on their menu, whether you order something Traditional or Americanized. I know almost all of the items I've listed are their signatures, but I can't help it, I just like their signature dishes that much! I still haven't gotten to try their Peking Duck which you have to order 24 hrs in advance, and I hope to do so soon.

It's located a little east of 14th and Jupiter's intersection:

2600 E. 14th Street
Plano, Texas
(972) 881-1888

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