Great lunch specials at amazingly low prices. Atmosphere is nice. There is a bar. Excellent Hot and Sour Soup.
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This is what we call a Michelin red R restaurant; great "local" cooking at reasonable prices. The food is freshly prepared, authentic, and a good value for the money. We ate here twice in the same week, once for dinner and once for lunch. Dinner...More
I had lunch here with a few colleagues and I ordered the special. The pineapple chicken fried rice and I was amazed. When the meal came out I thought it was family style. The portion was enough for 2 people easy. It also came out...More
We live fairly close to Tai Ho and in the past few years, and until recently, we've been there quite a few times. The meals were not exceptional, but not bad either. One kind of theatrical feature was being able to watch a chef pulling,...More
Went for happy hour - they didn't offer much on the happy hour menu so we ordered off the regular menu and the food and drinks were worth coming back. We will eat here again.
I've been enjoying Tai Ho for 27 years, and dined there just this week. Our favorites are any noodle dish with their delicious homemade noodles and Mongolian Beef. This is a great place for take out, because those little containers hold a surprising amount of...More
It was late at night, 9pm on a Sunday, and we had just finished going to Boeing's 100 yr celebration. We (4 of us) were 'starving', so we re recommended Tai Ho! They close at 9:30, but we went in anyway. We ordered, and asked...More
My son learned to use chopsticks in this restaurant when he was 4. He is now 32. There is something about the lunch specials that make them feel like food. Over the years my favorite have always been the Mongolian beef, egg Foo young and...More
Food here was super greasy. Cheap enough at happy hour. Service was minimal. Asked for napkins and silverware. Got none, so we ate with our fingers and had to use handy wipes in purse. Ordered food to go. Was charged double and got the wrong...More