Photo Review: Wong's Chinese Restaurant in Hillsboro

We were looking for somewhere new to eat, and decided to try the food at Wong's Chinese in Hillsboro.

We decided to try a different place for Chinese food last night, and found Wong's just outside of downtown Hillsboro.

We decided to try a different place for Chinese food last night, and found Wong's just outside of downtown Hillsboro.

The crab puffs were some of the best I have ever had.  Nice and crisp without being greasy, and a great balance of crab and cream cheese.

The crab puffs were some of the best I have ever had.  Nice and crisp without being greasy, and a great balance of crab and cream cheese.

The fried wonton with meat were good, but a little chewy.  I was hoping they would be as crisp as the crab puffs were, but the added moisture from the meat made that hard.

The fried wonton with meat were good, but a little chewy.  I was hoping they would be as crisp as the crab puffs were, but the added moisture from the meat made that hard.

The sweet and sour pork was typical of American style chinese restaurants.  A little soggy, but pork was well cooked without being dry.

The sweet and sour pork was typical of American style chinese restaurants.  A little soggy, but pork was well cooked without being dry.

Wong's House Special Chicken was the best entree of the night.  Nice and crispy, with great balance of garlic and vinegar.  I will come back for this one.

Wong's House Special Chicken was the best entree of the night.  Nice and crispy, with great balance of garlic and vinegar.  I will come back for this one.

The Orange Beef was my biggest disappointment.  My son ordered it because he likes the spice of the orange chicken at Panda Express, but this was a sweet and soggy mess with no heat at all.

The Orange Beef was my biggest disappointment.  My son ordered it because he likes the spice of the orange chicken at Panda Express, but this was a sweet and soggy mess with no heat at all.

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