• Reviewed by:   on: 9/7/2012 4:38:00 AM
    By far best Chinese restaurant ever i have tried others and nothing compares!! Honey walnut prawns OMG mouth watering. there food is fantastic! Joe is the best waiter I have known him since i was a kid going in there, nicest guy. MUST GO!!!
  • Reviewed by:   on: 9/7/2012 1:24:00 AM
    We always order to-go food for our huge family! And we never have any complaints with their serving size. My family is vegetarian and we love the aroma of their Chinese food. I highly recommend this restaurant.
  • Reviewed by:   on: 7/7/2012 10:10:00 AM
    A friend took us here for dinner. Authentic Cantonese food. Excellent portions. Spot on service. Would happily return again. Plus, they have brown rice!!Honey walnut prawns - hate mayo so I was glad to see this was not as mayoeyMongolian beef - so much beef!Hot and sour soup - reallllly goodBeef chow fun - deliciousTangerine chicken - tangy, citrusy and flavorful
  • Reviewed by:   on: 7/21/2012 5:56:00 AM
    BEST HONEY WALNUT PRAWNS EVER!!!!Henry, the owner is very welcoming and always makes sure we're happy by continuing to check on us; even if we get there 30mins before they close he always tells us to take our time and enjoy.COUPON: If you get the Milpitas Post or if you don't grab one, every week there's a buy one get one free entree, but make sure you give them the coupon after you order, not when you get the check..ooppsEverything else there is pretty legit too, but our fav is the walnut prawns hands down, followed by the sizzling rice soup. I usually get the beef chow fun as well, but I add broccoli for a little extra.The prices are a bit steep, the walnut prawns are $16.75, but you should try them here at least once in your life... You're mind and tastebuds will be blown away!!!Great cozy intimate date night atmosphere.
  • Reviewed by:   on: 5/15/2012 2:17:00 PM
    So far so good, I came here once and it's good. Family style is the way to go, and they provide good amount of food.Walnut Prawns - delish, hard to get this wrong, but this place does it rightMaPo Tofu- super spicy, but deliciousHot and Sour Soup - just okay, I've definitely had better, and this was really strange to me, and probably just needed more hot and less sour.Rice- kind of on the dry side, maybe bottom of the rice pot.Veggie Chow Fun - not really notable. Just okay.
  • Reviewed by:   on: 3/28/2013 8:05:00 AM
    This is the epitome of fake Chinese restaurant food. Jk that spot belongs to PF Changs but I rather eat PF changs...Came here with a group of 7. We ordered a variety of dishes and shared. Asked for chili and took forever to get it..granted they were quit busy...The food was all pretty bland. No MSG which is nice (but it could have helped..they could have also added some more soy sauce to their dishes).Notable dishes were the walnut prawns (HUGE...or heavily battered) and the scallops. Yum!!I probably won't come back but its a good place to try out if you're new to Chinese food. Dishes are low in sodium and oil - which is different from typical Chinese restaurant fare.
  • Reviewed by:   on: 3/18/2013 1:41:00 AM
    I have been visiting this place since 2001. The food is outstanding and they seemed to have maintained the quality. Good place to entertain friends. Their Chicken Salad is my favorite. Garlic Prawns are just phenomenal!
  • Reviewed by:   on: 3/13/2013 5:45:00 PM
    Okay, I'm Asian but I really had a great time here. I took my future mother- in-law here because she used to live in Fremont and would come here all the time. I used to avoid coming to Ho Chow because I felt like it was overpriced Americanized Chinese food- which it is, but it's really delicious too. We got the standard American- Chinese food like honey walnut prawns and I had a great time. The decor is really clean and pretty and the service was top notch too. Sure, my check was higher than I'd like for a Chinese place, but that's why I have a job. To pay those bills!
  • Reviewed by:   on: 3/13/2013 3:51:00 PM
    I love food at Ho Chow, I use to visit this place frequently 10 years ago, now I recently visited it still has maintined same quality and taste.... I love string beans and garlic eggplant, spicy noodles.
  • Reviewed by:   on: 3/12/2012 7:30:00 AM
    I've noticed Ho Chow every time I enter the Galleria center for Verde Tea, it doesn't look like a restaurant but it's kind of eye catching.A friend mentioned a coworker was raving about the honey walnut prawns and we were craving Chinese food and especially peking spare ribs.The place was nice and the service was excellent compared to a lot of Chinese restaurants, the workers are wearing bow ties.For three people we feasted...order the chicken wrap, hot and sour soup, honey walnut prawns, black bean sea-bass, vegi budha delight, pork with imperial sauce and chowfun.The pork with imperial sauce sounded like peking spare ribs but is more like sweet and sour pork but with a more doughy batter....sorry let down.The best dishes was the chicken wrap but each person could of used another lettuce cup as they give you a lot of filling, the soup was good, chowfun was cool, honey walnut prawn wasn't too mayonaisy or sweet but you have to eat it fast or it gets soggy.Overall an ok place, its hard to find a really really good Chinese place in the bay area. There are definitely better places in the SF.But I must say I like their hot sauce!
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