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Wonder Seafood in Edison


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Wonder Seafood in Edison

Charlie | Oct 11, 2004 10:10 PM

Finally got to this place, a Hong Kong style seafood place on Route 27 which I've driven by many times--also saw good things written by Brian Yarvin on this board.

We tried two dishes (there were only the two of us). We ordered a shredded beef in hot bean sauce--it was not very hot (they gave us two types of chili sauce on the side) and not very interesting. Loaded with sauteed red and green pepper and onions. Not bad if it were takeout, but this was not why we were there.

The other dish was mixed seafood on sauteed noodles--a classic chow mien that I've had in many other places, so this was a good way of seeing how they did. It was unquestionably one of the best we've ever had--the top layer of noodles had a crunch but were totally greaseless--the seafood consisted of the usual--mostly squid, with a few shrimps, some scallops--and veggies, all lightly bathed in a very light seafood sauce. Beautifully presented.

Definitely a place to go back to with friends. If anyone else who has been there can recommend other dishes there, I'm listening.


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