Wok-king Cafe Inc

801-562-8928
9117 Redwood Rd
West Jordan, UT 84088
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Restaurants
Chinese

Customer Reviews (8 reviews)

chadwick34

on Citysearch Dec 17, 2007
I really enjoy my food from Wok King Cafe. I have been going here since 1997 and I have never had a bad meal. They always have good service and treat the customer with respect. The atmosphere is nice and comfortable. The... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Aug 09, 2007
My hubby and I have eaten at Wok-King's for many years. The food is wonderful and the place is always clean and pleasant. It is a good place... (more)

sidetrak

on Citysearch Dec 27, 2006
I went to this place because of a good review it got. I was not impressed with the food in this place. I ordered Sesame Chicken and Lo Mein. The Sesame Chicken had a good taste but was very tuff. The Lo Mein was a horrible... (more)

not2bagain

on Citysearch Jun 09, 2006
I started going to this reserant about a year ago and ive been hooked ever since. I like sampan but the food is fantastic . .about every 1 in 4 times. But Wok king has fantastic food 1 in 2 times. I can expect really good food... (more)

Christine R.

on Judys Book Mar 17, 2006
This little place has the best chinese food I've tasted. I love the egg drop soup, sweet and sour pork, and chicken chow mein. I've never tried anything I haven't liked. The employees are nice and friendly. The service... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Nov 16, 2005
I love how clean this place is and the food is great. the thing I don't like about it is when you go there this little girl named trina alwa... (more)

queenbee84095

on Citysearch Jul 25, 2002
Wok-King cafe is delicious. It is a friendly restraunt, where you know they only want to please the customer. The food is good and affordable. (more)

wysiwyg

on Citysearch Jun 17, 2002
The decor looked nice and I liked the incense burners. Unfortunately, this was quickly offset by the loud musak which sounded like the Hammond organ version well known pop tunes; ugh! The first red flag was saltines... (more)

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