Good Chinese joint for a quick filling lunch while at the East Bank U of M campus. Good value for money.
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You get a huge portion for lunch - maybe about 15 different choices that include a spring roll and soup. The food is good enough and cheap - $7 to $8 for lunch. The service was fast. Be warned, it gets crowded so if you...More
Had the General Tso Chicken, if you like sweet and sour chicken and orange chicken, this is kind of in between that, just spicier. Highly recommend this place and this meal, huge portions for only 8.99. Food came out fast too and staff was friendly.
Asian Foods is a great way to Alleviate Hunger, And Hong Kong Noodles is like a one stop shop. Crispy Fried Tufu, House Fried rice, Beef brisket wonton noodles, Beef rib korean style, Curry chicken hotpot.
Terrible. The food is medicore at best - there's better chinese food in the Dinkytown area. Try Shuang Cheng or Pagoda instead. Not worth the prices Hong Kong Noodles charges. Terrible service. Beyond being rude THEY ACCIDENTALLY TOWED MY CAR TOO (I know this isn't...More
Ordered 2 noodle soups for takeout (Wonton noodle and a beef brisket noodle). What I got was a combination wonton noodle with beef brisket. I drove from Brooklyn Center to U of MN to pickup. Called and they said they would fix correctly so I...More
Hong Kong Noodles is located near the University of Minnesota's East Bank campus. It's relatively close to the East Bank Hospital and clinics in that area. The egg rolls are my favorite! This place is always busy Monday to Friday lunch hours during the school...More
There are a ton of great Szechuan restaurants now in the Twin Cities. However, if you are a somewhat of a "Chinese foodie," and not looking for that particular type of Chinese cuisine (Szechuan), then hands-down this is the BEST Chinese restaurant in Minneapolis! This...More
This is authentic food served hot and in portions large enough to share. I had shrimp and green beans and ate most of the green beans myself! It was very crowded, but worth the wait. Go with a group so you can sample many different...More