Chicago, IL, 60646-3729

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Reviewed by: Rick M. on: 1/8/2013 9:28:00 PM
From the moment I walked in, I knew this was a bad idea. It was lunchtime on a Tuesday and there were only 2 customers in the place. Although the place is large and has the potential of holding a good rush hour lunch traffic. The establishment looks dirty and out-dated. The walls are covered with generic mirrors and tables are place down one side of the restaraunt.The quality of buffet food is atrocious. I would not feed it to my dog. A lot of the food tasted like it was frozen for weeks at a time and then warmed up for lunch. Small portions of the food were placed in warming dishes causing the food to dry up and lose all moisture and substance. The eggroll and crab rangoon taste and smell rotten. The fried rice was beyond; tasted rotten and old as well.If could rate the establishment a zero, I would. I give it a half a star for trying.
Reviewed by: Lee M. on: 8/27/2012 1:35:00 AM
I love ing's not only its cheap their Fried Chicken is awesome. I like how its just fried without breading. So tasty and crunchy. She makes this Chicken dish too thats kinda how chinese makes duck but she uses chicken instead. Sweet and salty. Yum! I love going there when I get my oil change next to ing's
Reviewed by: Jamie S. on: 4/16/2012 9:04:00 PM
This is the best Chinese food I've had in the city- at least the fried rice. If you get the Mongolian hot fried rice it is actually hot, but sometimes differs in temperature each time. I constantly get cravings for the fried rice and egg rolls which are really crunchy and greasy!I have not tried the buffet yet, but it seems like the food was better before the transition
Reviewed by: Denis M. on: 2/22/2012 8:29:00 AM
Ing's China King now has Buffet Lunch ($5.95, 11:00 am-3 pm) and Buffet Dinner ($6.95, 3 pm-10 pm) ...All You Can Eat. Very Tasty!
Reviewed by: Demetra L. on: 2/16/2012 3:23:00 PM
Have tried Ing's Chinese Buffet, as it's now called, twice. Was hoping the bad first time was a fluke; apparently not. When I order something "hot and spicy", as the previous reviewer, I expect the food to be hot and have lots of heat. What I got was sweet. Why, oh why do so many Chinese restaurants advertise hot and spicy when in reality the sauce is sweet? The only reason I gave it two stars was because the pot stickers were pretty good. Plump with lots of meat. Needless to say, there won't be a third try.