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  • T B.

    very good food at reasonable price. tip not on menu...they have killer hot and sour soup. best in town.

    (5)
  • Miwako T.

    Had the "Special" (Teriyaki+3 gyoza+2 scoops of rice) for $7.50 and shrimp appetizer. Well, it was so-so in taste. No vegetable at all on the plate. Saucewise, I like the one near YMCA off Cornell better. The owner(?) is very nice.

    (3)
  • Emily M.

    I LOVE this place! I have been coming here for years, and I have always had the best food prepared and served fresh and delicious. The owners are so sweet and also pretty funny when I go in there. The food is high fresh, tasty, and they give you a LOT of meat. The coleslaw salad is to die for, too. I just went there yesterday, and I plan on going back again next week. By far, the best teriyaki money can buy.

    (5)
  • Tiffany P.

    Great quality food for a very reasonable price. After trying for the first time a few weeks ago, my family has become regulars. The best fried rice I have ever had!

    (5)
  • Joe M.

    Two seperate trips, had teriyaki chicken first time, very good. General Tso's second time, not impressed. Very good and friendly service, not much ambience. It's in the lunch rotation.

    (3)
  • Blorch H.

    I've always eaten here as lunch take-out, never for a sit down, so I can't say anything about the decor or the seating. The prices trend toward the high side of reasonable, but there's nothing that's completely out of line. Service has always been quick and cheerful. When it comes to the food itself, stick with what they do well, and you won't be disappointed. As others have alluded, some of the dishes are better than others. Their dim-sum type dishes are good as well as their Teriyaki Chicken and Mongolian Beef . If you're thinking of ordering their Hunan or Szechuan dishes, just thaw out a bag of frozen veggies, dump a quart of oil on them, and drink some pepper sauce straight out of the bottle instead. Let it suffice to say that I've tried the latter a few times, and it hasn't ever had a happy ending. Note that this is a mom and pop shop with family friendly hours- they close early in the evening and are not open on Sundays.

    (3)
  • Lisa G.

    Great friendly service. Fresh and flavorful food. We love the pot stickers, egg rolls, yakisoba, spicy chicken teriyaki, teriyaki beef, chow mien and the list really goes on and on....even the side slaw/salad is delicious. Our kids love it too...even our pickiest eater! The owner makes you feel welcome whether you are dining in or picking up to-go. Super nice gentleman! Our family fave!

    (5)
  • Aslynn M.

    First tried Teriyaki Woo when I moved into my house about 7 years ago. My roomate, daughter, and I, ordered out, walked back to the house, and ate on the deck. Decent Chinese, decent price, but nothing spectacular, hence I didn't return for a year or two...and the food? OMG. I've been back three times since then at intervals of 2 to 3 years...only because I believe in giving people second chances...but the food only seems to get worse every time. While I'm not the most skilled cook when it comes to Chinese I can easily out-do anything Woo makes. The food is TV dinner quality which irritates me every time I realize I've just blown $5 - $7 on what was barely worth $2. I do hate being negatively critical but there we are. With respect to Tiffany's review, it's pretty hard for a restaurant to screw up Teriyaki: cook the meat, throw on th sauce, presto. A suggestion: if your husband likes Teriyaki try the Chinese at Haggen Grocery on Evergreen and Cornell, it's quite good, esp. if he likes it salty. In conclusion, they get a two out of five for one and one reason only: somehow their food is better than Best Teriyaki (the only place I've ever known to fail in making even a mediocre Teriyaki chicken and screw up completely on something as simple as white rice). When I want Chinese take out I'll stick to Haggen.

    (2)
  • Tiffany T.

    My hubby loves the teriyaki at this place. And I have to admit they do a fair job on that. However I made the mistake of ordering almond chicken. It was really bad, almond slivers, watery sauce, rubber chicken that looked way too much like the cubed mushrooms mixed in with it. They gyoza was fried to perfection with a nice crunch but not to oily. Stick with the teriyaki.

    (3)
  • David C.

    So, I just started Yelping today, and I must admit that I am very liberal with giving five stars. Forgive me. I look for one thing that I really like about a place, and I focus on that. Mike and Michelle are extremely courteous, and they treat me and my two year old son very well (i.e. give him extra fortune cookies, etc). I enjoy lunch there regularly, and I like a simple teriyaki chicken with a side of kimchi. The cole slaw salad is nice and sweet and complements the kimchi and chicken well. I suppose I could knock a star or two due to the ambiance or for other reasons. However, I want this nice couple to succeed, and I do genuinely enjoy my lunch there!

    (5)
  • Bob M.

    Teriyaki Woo sounded pretty good, though these places can be hit or miss. The high Yelp stars pushed me over the edge. I hate it when I get burnt by my own people. Yes, nice clean place, in and out of the parking was easy enough. Very nice guy that clearly is the owner, checked on me twice to make sure I was happy. All good things. The Yakisoba was not, however. My gentleman friend asked me how spicy I wanted my dish. I have never been asked this before. Yakisoba is one of those dishes that can be any manner of things other than the noodles, oyster and/or Worcestershire sauce and maybe cabbage. How hot? OK. Medium seems to always get me in trouble one way or another, so this was how I ordered it. And medium, for those that will ignore my advice and eat here anyway, seemed about right. Spicy without making me cry like a child. There were few vegetables and those included were either over cooked or undercooked. The sauce did not add anything positive to the dish. I'm not sure if it was a lack of flavor or if it was because it contained too much salt. I ordered my yakisoba with pork; what my dish contained had grill marks and the flavor of teriyaki. Granted, pork is not a particularly flavorful meat, perhaps it was just a textural thing. It was flat, thin and chewy. My order came with two scoops of white rice. A little salad and perhaps a pot sticker or two would have been better accompaniments than just more starch. So I got a plate of mall food and a drink for a little over $10. Should I complain? Only if I wasn't in a mall.

    (1)
  • John P.

    CONSISTENTLY GOOD * We have never had a bad meal here in over a decade, always what you expect * Ambiance isn't for a nice evening date, just good food every time * Portions are large and substitutions are no problem * The owner is really nice * This is one of those places you rely on over the years while all the others go under

    (4)
  • Jennifer M.

    I love this place!! Although the atmosphere is a bit lackluster what they lack in decor they more than make up for in taste and quality in their food. I can't count how many times we have been here and it's been delish every single time!

    (5)
  • Greg Y.

    Very nice owners. The food is great and fresh. We like that they also have some Korean dishes on the menu. Teriyaki chicken and rice and salad is best in town. Yum.

    (5)
  • Dan S.

    Good food, right amount of grease to the fried rice, pot stickers & egg rolls always please the young members of the family. Give 'em a try!

    (4)
  • Daniel C.

    I love this place! The owners are incredibly nice and thoughtful. The food is well cooked and quick. This is my goto place for takeout whenever I'm in a pinch.

    (5)
  • Bill E.

    First impression: very clean. Second impression: very kind proprietor, providing great service. Final impression: above average chicken Teriyaki. I will come back and try other things.

    (4)
  • Stephanie B.

    Yummy fast affordable. $5teriyaki chicken bowl is a must. Friendly staff, I love this place

    (5)
  • Leda M.

    Love the pork fried rice! Super yummy. Service is great, too. One of our favorites.

    (5)
  • Gina A.

    We love this place! Good fresh food and wonderful service! We usually get the chicken bentos and hot and sour soup!

    (5)
  • Hemen K.

    This place is great! The staff are very kind and provide great service. The food is always cooked fast and ready to go, and tastes absolutely delicious! Never fails to disappoint.

    (5)
  • Mark S.

    Had Teriyaki Chicken and General Tso Chicken. It was very tasty. Really liked their side salad. It was good portion at great price. Owner was very kind to us.

    (4)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 8:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Street
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

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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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