I ate here once and the food was so bad I couldn't even tell what animal the meat came from. I chewed and chewed but the 'meat' remained a solid piece of rubbery material. It was truly disgusting.
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The woman who works the counter is unbelievably rude and crass. The food is just okay, but even it were delicious, I would not go again because of how rude the woman was. Avoid!
I moved here from a place that had some pretty phenomenal Chinese food. This place is just okay. It does the job. It has the traditional menu, but is just fine. The woman who answers the phone and takes orders though, although, it's a hoot,...More
Love their food could eat everyday. I have eaten most of the things on menus just love this place. People who run it are very nice never a bad meal I am sure they would replace.
I first came to suspect Golden Wok was more than it seemed when I read Daniel Pinkwater's fine review, framed on their wall. He described a restaurant full of unpredictable, exciting dishes that seemed true to their southern Chinese roots and that he had never...More
The food here is not great at all. Mediocre Chinese, but the only Chinese I know of in Red Hook. Service is pretty quick, but the staff behind the counter aren't especially friendly. Generous portions. Overall an ok place for take out. Not a great...More
Decided on Chinese food and since I am new in town I figured I would try the local place. They said 10 minutes on the phone and when we got there we were told they were out of dumplings, oh well. Didn't even offer a...More
I am no longer go to this place they are over Priced and the lady was rude to me. I am now going to the China Wok Saugerties, NY
We have a Chinese place in our town and choose to the 35 min drive to Red Hook to get Chinese food because is so good....don't be food by the minimal store front...not a lot of seating about 4 tables...nothing fancy but truly worth the...More
Don't be fooled by the unassuming decor of Golden Wok. Despite it's simplicity, the atmosphere is very friendly, informal and not unlike a "Chinatown" restaurant from Boston or New York City. When you go you will most likely find that students and visitors from China...More