What do we do when the cupboard is bare ? We head out for a big soup, Won Ton Yet Ca Mein. Always great and enough for two at least, then Vancouver Ribs... dry, no sticky sugary sauces- only a slice of lemon. Their Plum...More
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Don’t let the weathered exterior fool you the food is very good. I like this place, the service is good and the food is even better. I highly recommend the Chicken Soo Guy (Crispy Almond Chicken) a chicken breasts, breaded, fried and served with a...More
This is my first time having Chinese food in 10 years and i was not disappointed. The food and service was really good. We ordered a variety of dishes and they were brought to the table in a timely manner.
I have been eating at this place for the last 18 years and continue to have good meals. I usually order take-out and would recommend the cantonese chow mein
What jumped out to me immediately was that Sea How dubbed itself as being a famous Chinese restaurant and yet me and my roommate were the only ones there. The utensils had a tin smell to them that spoiled the meal before a bite was...More
We had the wonton soup which was actually pretty good. The rest of the meal was tasteless.... I would not recommend this place, especially when there are so many other restaurants in the area which are reasonably good.
Time warp. Was better in 1982-1995... I'm shocked it's open for business in 2016... rude on phone as I was coming from off hiway for take out. I don't think I would dine inside .besides a bottle beer and dry noodles . Food was a...More
Standard old school Chinese. We get the dry Vancouver style ribs, a big soup, and one dish. They've been at it for 40 years or more at the same location and most patrons don't even need a menu. Seafood is the specialty but most diners...More