Wang's Kitchen (Reported Closed)

(919) 846-8820

6300 Creedmoor Rd Ste 114, Raleigh, NC | Directions   27612

35.871862 -78.679514

Open Hours

Mon: 11am-10:30pm, Thu: 11am-10:30pm, Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm, Sun: 12am-10:30pm

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Neighborhoods: Northwest

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Reviews for Wang's Kitchen

Doesn't Recommend
10 months ago

The worst





No customer service

Does not honor their mistakes

Eat their food at your own risk

over a year ago

BAD PEOPLE BAD BUSINESS!!! They ripped my friend off, he gave him a 20 and said keep it, which was a 5 dollar tip. Went to his car, came back out and said YOU NO PAY!! Then he freaking called the cops. THESE PEOPLE ARE BROKE SCUMBAGS.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

NEVER AGAIN!!! – First, when I had a question about an item on the menu, the one who was taking the order was rude. He told me, "It's on the menu". I said it wasn't. He said again with an attitude, "Yes it is!" Then he proceeded to tell me I'm wasting his time. I was completely surprised at this exchange. I thought I was the customer, and I'm wasting his time. COMPLETELY Rude! I asked for the manager and he kept hanging up on me each time I called.

RUN!!!! Do not eat from this place. Whoever treats paying customers this way should not be in business.

The one I was ordering from was on Atlantic Ave.

over a year ago

Nice Staff, Got order wrong, was pleasantly surprised! – I ordered General Tso, and the guy from the kitchen said "General Tso!" and I took the bag and left. I was pleasantly surprised with the briny Wanton soup! It was fresh and homemade with subtle hints of ginger root and celery. Is it bamboo shoots and green onion slices too? It hit the spot. Sorry to the people who got mine!

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Food Made Me Sick – First I rarely if ever get sick from restaurant food or take out but did so from Wang's. Such a shame since I like the quality and taste. Within 6 hours of eating an order of Msu Shu pork I was quite ill with food poisoning. Having had it many years ago I can attest that that is what it was, Diarrhea, terrible nausea, fever, fatigue and it lasted 2 days. I wished I had checked the Wake County inspection ratings. They can be found at wakedigitalhealthdepartment. com for any eatery. Wangs does not score that high. Please be careful if you choose to get food from there. While it may be an isolated incident, I cannot take a chance and go back.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

BAD FOOD STAY AWAY!!!!!! – Please read ******I am not one to bad mouth a business, I like to call a business and ask for them to correct what they did wrong. So I tried to do this first to no avail. So I must put my story out for anyone interested in eating at WANGS KITCHEN on CREEDMOOR advise, DON'T DO IT!!! My roommate and I ordered two separate meals last night, one was chicken, one was beef from this place and both of us ended up horribly sick to our stomach. We both ended up getting diarrhea. We both wrote it off as eating extra grease for the day. Then this morning, we both seemed to be ok (after I was up on the toilet at 2am with diarrhea), my roommate ate some of the leftovers for lunch and instantly again got sick to her stomach with gas and diarrhea. At this point we realized it was the food we had ordered from WANGS KITCHEN that was BAD. I proceeded to call Wangs kitchen to give them a chance to make it right by at least offering me some kind of partial compensation, at which point I was told I could not be helped by the manager, he said I would need to get some kind of doctors note to advise I had received food poisoning. This I can understand. However, I am not going to pay my doctor $25 to tell me WANGS food was making me sick so I can get $22 back from Wangs Kitchen!! So what’s the next best thing to do, spread the word of my bad experience with WANGS KITCHEN. I have also contacted the health department as well. I wish I would have checked out their ratings…it’s an 89!!! I have kept their menu myself and added a huge note on it so I don’t forget…BAD FOOD, DO NOT ORDER FROM HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So my words of advise to you, eat at your own risk at WANGS KITCHEN but make sure you stay home after words cause you gonna need a toilet for the rest of the day!!!

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Stay Away – After calling in a lunch order and waiting over an hour with no delivery, we called the restaurant to see what was going on and/or cancel the order. The person who answered the phone informed us that the delivery driver had left half an hour before hand. Living less than five minutes from the restarurant, we told them we wanted to cancel the order if the food arrived cold. When it did finally arrive approximately fifteen minutes later, it was slightly warm; although no amount of heat could have helped the extremely lackluster flavors. Not sure who is choosing to eat here enough to keep them open, but dont submit yourself to this experience. There is MUCH better Chinese in the area

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Worst Service!! – I had placed an order with Wangs and the person who picked up the phone was rude..when I had gotten my order, it was the wrong one and when I called to let them know, I was hung up on...once I finally got a manager on the phone he was not helpful either...i told him to come get his food and not to charge my card...when the delivery guy showed up, he tried to make me take what I had order and would not take NO for an answer....i used to only eat wangs but NEVER again!!!

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Not The Tastiest – I always patroned Wang's on New Bern Ave. Food was always great and the order was correct. This cant be the same Wang's on Creedmoore Rd. I made the mistake of eating at that location only once. And yes, the staff don't appear to be the friendliest. No disrespect, but that is by far the most culturaly diverse chinese take-out I have ever seen. Im sure the food has all kind of influences that may deviate from the traditional flavors one should experience. I thought I was in a food court in the mall. But I can tell you this, Im so dang tired of them "jimmying" a menu through my front door. I may be on the computor or watching television and hear all this scratching at my door. Two seconds later I see it inside on my floor in the foyer. This happens at least twice a month.They have one more time before I go over there and read them the riot act.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

No fangs in Wangs, nc – I know customer service is hard but this place is not an example of Chinese/American cuisine. I purchased a lunch special today of pepper steak and the meat was barely cooked and they serve you 1/2 cup of beef, 1/2 cup of onion/peppers and 2 cups of rice so, the beauty of the dish's sauce was lost on the enormous bed of rice. I love chinese cuisine but this was the worst food i have eaten in 45 years. Sorry/.

They even stop serving chicken wings on lunch specials. If they were smart they would come up with a real lunch special even if the portions were a little smaller but please stop throwing all that rice out there in place of the meal it self. Furthermore, when did you stop serving wings on the lunch special. The price was not bad $4.75. After this experience, I am really afraid to try anything else. All I have to say to the restaurant chefs is don't be discouraged, uphold the true spirit of excellence in dining chinese style. Don't leave out essential ingredients and substitute because it will cause you to loose customers. African americans know chicken, ribs, rice, beef, and pork so, make not mistake about it, if it is not prepared right they will not return. It is time for you to create a lunch menu and just serve that. Same for Dinner menu but, dont stop serving chicken for lunch. Even if you minimize the portions.

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