Poor service. Gave me the wrong order with seafood which I'm allergic to. Worker was very rude about my refund.
8/20/14. Had food delivered. The order was incomplete, the food old (from yesterday?) and did not taste fresh or good. Spoke to the manager who was abrupt. Will never use them again!
I've been going here since...I don't know when, since I was a kid I guess and now as a college student, I find myself missing this place more and more. Their food is a little pricey but definitely worth it. I have yet to find a place who has fried rice as great as this place and their hunan beef…
I know that Chinese food differs from restaurant to restaurant, and this was my very first time eating here. I was so disappointed, the food was quite bland, very little flavor, and I was quite surprised when there was no steamed rice with my order. I actually had to request it and they acted as…
This place really surprised me.the food was really good. the best chinese restaurant in nw houston.the service was fast and polite.the food just wow. the spare ribs are the best. all aroundgreat food. Demetris o.
15. Twin Woks
The taste is great since it is cooked by an authentic Chinese chef unlike most Chinese restaurant these days. They give huge portions for a cheap price. I can usually order one meal and share it with someone else. Substituting things on the menu can be somewhat of a hassle so if you are extremel…
ordered their shrimp and chicken fried rice, huge portions and delicious. as well as the teriyaki chicken which was pretty good. very reasonably priced and will definitely be returning!!!
Great Food! Great Service! This cozy little restaurant is a great lunch place and a great date place in the evening. The ladies that work there make you feel at home and take extra special care of everyone. Love the after dinner cookies!
We looked all over for a buffet in Houston while we were working down there this summer, and this was the best that we tried. There is a fairly big selection and the people were friendly.
26. China One
The chicken was undercooked, the fried rice tasted burnt (who knows when the last time they cleaned their grill was), the wonton soup was bland and oddly so was their fortune cookie.I was a bit suspicious of the curtain in front of the door to the kitchen. Just what exactly are they trying to h…
27. Green Gardens
My favorite Chinese restaurant. There are lots of yummy food. Scallop shrimp & bean caud with egg white soup, Jumbo shrimp sautéed with XO sauce, Especially Double cooked pork and Sliced fish sautéed with pickled veg. Owner and waiters are all very very nice, I have visited there almost 10 t…
Very good tea. I tried the milk green tea and the coffee milk tea and they were both very good. The machine that seals the cups was broken during my visit, but the employees fixed it quickly and were very fast in getting out drinks out.
Some of the best milk tea in Houston! Kung fu tea stands out for their unique creamy taste. The tapioca is slightly sweetened to add a little something extra. They have an extensive menu with a variety of flavors and drink types. My favorite is the coffee milk tea. You can modify your drink sweetness to less (75%), half (50%), or little (25%). Their coffee milk tea is my favorite!
really love this place and the service has been great. the mango snow cream with condensed milk and mango jelly is amazing, lychee punch with lychee jelly is delicious as well
Kung Fu is one of my top spots to get bubble tea! The Kung Fu milk tea, flavored teas, and slushies are really good - but the star of the show is the rose water soaked boba. It's so subtle but absolutely delicious, making this one of my favorite spots.
Hella dank tea. I'm a milky tea kind of person so I really love Kung fu tea. Decoration looks very nice they make good use of space. I ordered the king fu green milk tea and I'm certain I will return to get more Kung fu tea for sure.
The store looks pretty chill, a lot of students study there and hang out. Smells like a boba shop right when you walk in. I really like their oolong milk tea, honey green tea, red bean wow (i think thats the name), and matcha red bean :)
I walked into the Lucky Village restaurant and was showed to my seat by host. He took my drink order and I went to the buffet. On my way back he met me and said my table had been moved by a waitress name Daisy. Daisy literally move me out of her section. Supposedly, Daisy had some beef with me from months ago when I last ate here and has still been harboring some resentment, all this time. How unprofessional to draw that negative kind of attention to a restaurant patron. Never eat here, the food is not that great,the staff is rude and the manager is basically lackadaisical about it all. Obviously,I'm checking this one off the list. I think Daisy ought to be fired; she's rude, unprofessional, discourteous, has personal vendettas,harbors resentments does not have the slightest understanding of customer service and apparently do not like people of certain races. Again, I think she should be fired! The service here stinks! Daisy's attitude stinks and does not bode well for the restaurant. Never eating here again and neither should you.
Kung Fu Tea is like my second home. I live and breathe Kung Fu Tea and im such a regular customer that i know every employee and they know me. Ask me anything kung fu related, and i'll know it!!
Delicious milk tea! I stopped by this place after lunch at the Sichuan place in the same plaza in hope of the sweet icy drink can wash down the spiciness. I was not disappointed.The Kung Fu Tea's interior was clean and there was a long line around 2 pm on Sunday. There were also a lot of teenagers hanging out in the store - in contrary to more family oriented "You know where" store across the plaza.The line moved pretty quickly and we ordered regular Kung Fu Milk tea. I was sold in the first sip - the tea was rich and came with subtle tea flavor. And their tapioca was so good! I've tried so many tapioca places in the Chinatown, most of them came out as uncooked/hard/too soft to chew. So I lowered my expectation, but the tapioca from the Kung Fu Tea place I ordered were cooked well, chewy, and sweet at the same time.