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  • Emily A.

    This seems to be the only good take out Chinese food restaurant I've been able to find outside of Portland. The food is good. Not great, but good. It tastes good and it smells good but the quality is subpar. I ordered a pint sized order of pork fried rice. It was decently flavorful but the pork was chewy and fatty. I also got an order of shrimp lo mein. It was excellent. Yes it was quite greasy and probably a heart attack in a box, but that's what you should expect when you get any kind of Americanized Chinese food. Compared to most of what I've had it was much more flavorful and was packed with shrimp. I tried the sesame chicken out of curiosity as it seems I've only found one that's actually good, and it was about the same as your typical mall food court chicken. The sauce was thick and syrupy and too sweet. Not my taste. The last thing I ordered was sweet and sour chicken. The sauce was thinner than most of what I've had before which made it hard to actually stick to the chicken and get a strong flavor out of it, and the chicken itself was a bit overcooked, but all and all it was okay. Last month I came here and it took an hour for my friend and I to get two combination plates on a Monday at 9:00. Last night my entire family ordered food and it took 10 minutes on a Friday at 7:00, so order time really does vary but compared to most of what's in the area it's worth it. It has its flaws but it's 5 minutes away and has continued to be my go-to Chinese take out joint since I moved to Biddeford Pool a year ago. Not bad.

  • Cameron F.

    Absolute worst experience of Chinese I have ever had I tried them once before and they screwed up my order I ordered a large wonton soup and I got large fried wonton they then came back with a small order of wonton soup the wife wanted was a large wonton with her craving .. I've been decided to give them another to go and they messed up my order again said they would bring me my food that they forgot never showed up took about an hour and a half for food to arrive. I've been there once I've been there twice there will not be a third time. And to be honest nobody seems to have their s*** together except for the Cooks

  • Diane P.

    Have now been here 2 times...first time a week ago and it was good enough to get me back through the doors a 2nd time a week later. Not sure what happened this time. Ordered chicken and rice soup to start, nice broth, good rice, lots of chicken. Ordered combo plate with fried rice, beef terriaki, crab rangoon, BBQ pork. Ok, nothing to write home about. Also ordrred some house chow mein that came on a huge plate, also ok...standard stuff, nothing outstanding or memorable. The rangoon were very brown and all I tasted was cream cheese. We also ordered a combo with chicken fingers, general tso's chicken, and fried rice. The chicken fingers and general tso's chicken were so doughy they were inedible. ...some were so brown and overcooked to the point of being crunchy even drenched in sauce.....some were very crunchy on the outside and the batter was not cooked through on the inside. That dish went back....traded for Moo Shoo with shrimp....hard to screw that up...minced veggies, meat, sauce on the side, warm pancakes that you fill and roll up like a burrito. ...unless they nuke your pancakes. They came folded on a plate, we're slightly warm but not easy to open and started tearing as any thin tortilla would when it has been incorrectly heated and left in the air. When warmed, how about folding them and laying them flat in the lovely foil bags you use for some of your takeout items? Not the best experience, not the worst either. Met a lovely young couple who were sharing a plate of rice and orange chicken. Depending on where you go, that can be very spicy or mild with a kick. It smelled amazing and I commented that it looked great. "Carlos" went and got a fork and a plate and presented me with a chunk...it was orangy, savory, not spicy but had a little kick...may give the place another try just to see if this over cooking was just a fluke. I have read other reviews that commented on this also....AND.....I happily report no illness or other distress more than 12 hours later.

  • Kim E.

    Wok-N-Roll use to be my favorite delivery chinese place. It's a decent price, you get a good portion, and it doesn't taste half-bad. I got take-out here recently with my three friends and the orange chicken and general Tso's chicken was overcooked to the point it was crunchy. The egg rolls, which are my favorite did not taste right. Everything we ordered besides the fried rice was over cooked and did not taste right. The next day and a half my friends and I were puking and vomiting with extreme stomach pains. I will never order from here again! Food poisioning and over-cooked food does not make it worth it!!

  • Thomas M.

    Food is great always cooked fresh and service is great. Enjoy eating here very much.

  • Meg R.

    Standard American Chinese food. Good sized portions, but don't order anything tempura battered or the sweet and sour pork. Both are obnoxiously covered in fat. The ginger-orange sauce they serve with everything is fab. If the girl answers the phone, ask for someone else. She is clueless and will hang up on you before you are finished. If you are getting take out, always check that they gave you the right food. (it's something they stuggle with).

  • Dennis O.

    We stopped ordering from this place after I witnessed the manager yelling at some of the staff I front of customers. Not professional at all! No no no!

  • Kelly A.

    Not strictly take-out: This place does have booths, but there aren't many and you won't want to spend any time in 'em if they're empty. I do like five things about this place: They deliver (at least to my joint they do), your order is done super fast, the portions are gigantic, the prices are rock bottom, and the people there are friendly. I see that a lot of people swear by this joint, and I respect the fact that they like to get their favorite Chinese options here: The Subgum Chow Mein, the Szechuan Chicken, egg rolls, chicken wings fried hard, pork strips, Chop Suey, Moo Goo Gai Pan, all the cringe-inducing Chinese-American junk you grew up with and still love. But the food is just gross. Two weeks' worth of dietary salt in every half-pint carton. MSG levels to set off migraine headaches all the way to the tips of your canines. Lots and lots of greasy, oily goop. All the usual suspects you get with lame-o Chinese food.

  • Jeff W.

    Food is amazing. They need a bigger restaurant with more staff. They've completely outgrown that location and its hit or miss with even being able to call in an order because they're so busy. Being told 45 minutes and having to wait for an hour and a half, or being put on hold for 20 minutes is crazy. Love this place though and will gladly put up with the waiting.

  • D C.

    their food quality is the same as any other chinese restaurant in any town. side by side comparison, you can't tell which plate came from which restaurant. the wait for my food is at LEAST a half hour. too many times i got the wrong order. like tonight... they gave me the wrong dish. i could call them back and let them know but why bother. i gave up on them before now i give up again.

  • Robert T.

    I haven't ordered from this place in a LONG time. I don't remember all of the reasons why, but I've remembered that they're the cheapest in town and still haven't bothered with them. I know that there was a problem with them taking forever to deliver in the past, and a mishap with chinese five spice in my food. (I think it was the same order.) And that was not the last time I ordered from them... So tonight, I order from them just for something different. And the girl tells me that it'll be about an hour (It's saturday, I'll take it.) Key note there is that it's a young girl. When the hour comes up I tell my roommate that I'd ordered and he actually asked who took my order. "The girl doesn't write addresses down correctly, your food is probably in Saco." (They're still his favorite chinese food place in the area.) I waited another twenty minutes and then called them. Turns out, she wrote my address down wrong and couldn't figure out how to call me. My street address is very similar phonetically to a much bigger street name that almost every city has. Ive gotten calls from multiple other places because they were on the wrong street, it's supposed to be a 3 minute fix. I just talked to my other roommate while I was paying for my louis delivery, (Who took only twenty minutes after telling me that they were also running at about an hour.) "What? Did they send it to Saco?" Wok-N-Roll is back on the "eh screw that place" list. It had a great hour and a half in the light.

  • Lana H.

    Update: The menu that I've added in the photos are a recent menu. If you go on line and look up the restaurant name there is another menu that has sushi on menu. This menu is not accurate. They do not serve sushi. I have mentioned it to the cashier and they are aware of it. Yelp has the accurate menu! But of course!

  • Chad N.

    really good food, decent prices but you can be waiting a while for your food so if your gunna order u might not wanna wait intill your starving

  • Ian W.

    Let's Wok-N-Roll!!! I stopped in here for dinner takeout recently around 6PM on a Saturday. This casual Chinese takeout restaurant is an order at the counter place with an open kitchen. The dining area is very clean which has a few comfortable booths and tables and a flatscreen TV on the wall, the walls are painted light yellow painted with finished wood trim and tile floors. I took a look over the menu before ordering and they offer the standard Chinese dishes including Cantonese, Hunan, Mongolian, and curry dishes. The prices here are reasonable, most dishes under $10 and house specialties $9.50-$14.95. 27 Lunch Specials ($5.00-$5.50) served with pork fried rice are SERVED ALL DAY, a great similar policy offered at another Chinese takeout place (Wing Lee) in Scarborough. 22 Dinner Combinations ($8.00-$8.50) served with pork rice & appetizers are also offered. For dinner, I ordered the L24 Shrimp Lo Mein ($5.25) with pork fried rice and an order of six (6) Steamed Dumplings ($5.00). The portions of food was generous for the price. The lo mein had a good balance of vegetables (carrots, onions, fresh mushroom slices, snow peas). water chestnuts (for crunch), and tender baby shrimp, noodles cooked "al dente." The pork fried rice had a soft texture with small pieces of roast pork (with minimal fat) and sauteed onions. The steamed dumplings had a soft dough shell filled with a ball of ground pork mixture, served with a soy sauce dip. The food overall was enjoyable and tasty. I had leftover food from here for a couple dinners. The young women staffing the front counter were friendly and the service was prompt as I watched my food being freshly prepared. The place was steadily busy as several people were arriving here to pickup their phone-in orders. My food order was ready to go in under 15 minutes after ordering.

  • Don W.

    Wok-n-Roll is one of the better Chinese restaurants in the area. It's not fancy inside, though they're doing some renovating. Wok-n-Roll is about the food and they do a good job with all the standard American Chinese selections. Most people seem to phone in their orders and then pick them up and it's a system that works well. If you're in the area and you're looking for Chinese takeout, put Wok-n-Roll on your short list.

  • Jenn C.

    A friend & I went to eat dinner in on a Thursday evening, the staff was friendly and the food came quickly. They have the best crab Rangoon around for sure!, but I like them with duck sauce, not flies! Yuck!! And the staff was not paying attention to other patrons eating in as well..... A group of teenagers were sitting in the corner being rowdy, disturbing everyone and SMOKING cigarettes while we were eating! How the staff didn't notice, I don't know! I brought it to their attention up departure, the staff said they would tell the owner....

  • Sheila S.

    Great food & great prices.

  • Carol G.

    I have ate Chinese all over southern Maine and this place is the BEST. I love the food from here- dirt cheap, tons of food and it taste wicked good. I bring my family here and we order out all the time. The staff is always on point and when we get delivery its fast and hot.

  • Andrew B.

    At the end of the day the food is great! The problem is, they don't like to do delivery even though they offer it. I have tried to be talked out of it every time I call. If the food wasn't great I would never order from here.


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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 10
  • Mon : 11:00 am - 10


  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch, Dinner
    Parking : Private Lot
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : No
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : No


Chinese Cuisine

The popularity of Chinese food in America can be adjudicated by the appearance of China Town in many major cities in the United State of America. The popular trend of ordering or opting for Chinese take away food isn't unknown in America. Chinese take away food comes to rescue when you're too tired from work or too exhausted to cook. No one can resist the temptation of eating spicy noodles, shrimp, chicken, beef or pork cooked in the sweet and spicy sauce. The cooking method of authentic Chinese food is a lot different compared to what is served in America.

Generally, Chinese use dark meat small bones and organs to cook dishes but this changes when you are eating American-Chinese fusion food prepared using white boneless meat cooked with broccoli, carrots and onions. Back in China, the food is less spicy and oily as they favor steaming and braising method for cooking the most popular dishes. So, if you have a taste for authentic Chinese food, then try finding a real Chinese restaurant in the city. You can also try the most popular fusion Chinese food like Pecking Duck, Chicken Feet, Hot Pot, Shrimp Dumpling Soup, Mapo Tofu, Wontons, Chop Suey, Egg Rolls and not to forget Fortune Cookies.

There are not many restaurants in America serving authentic Chinese food. A little research on Restaurant Listings directory can help you locate the best Chinese restaurants in the city. Chinese cuisine is continuously evolving, and you can find a variety of dishes categorized as the food for lactose intolerant, gluten intolerant, vegan, vegetarian, and diabetic friendly. So, if you have a group of friends with different taste patterns, save the hassle and visit the nearest Chinese restaurant in your city.


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