Chifa Restaurant Wang – (Wang Chinese Restaurant)

Recently a Chinese restaurant opened here in Salinas. It is located one block off the malecon almost directly behind Banco Pichincha.

We ordered sweet and sour chicken and sweet and sour pork combos at under $5 per person. They came with two large fried won-tons, a tasty fried rice that had a few small shrimp and a bit of chicken, a nice-sized portion of sweet sauce (I was hoping for more of a sweet and sour) with red and green peppers and onions but my dish was very skimpy on the chicken with only 3 0r 4 small pieces.  The restaurant itself was clean and freshly painted with one table outside, three tables inside and the kitchen in back.  I would go back and try something different from the menu and will post again.

Sorry about the photo – a bit blurry because of the back-lit menu display. They do offer a churrasco dinner on the menu, noodle dishes and several soups but it was just too warm on Saturday evening to try any soup.

It would also be great for takeout because it is located a few short blocks from our apartment and we were told they will be open 7 days a week from 12 noon until midnight.

2 thoughts on “Chifa Restaurant Wang – (Wang Chinese Restaurant)

  1. Pingback: Morning Update – Friday, February 4, 2011 « South of Zero

  2. We tried Chinese food on our last visit to Gauranda at a couple of places……you can’t go wrong with Madame Chang’s or Lung Fung in Panama City. We are leaving for Quito (from Altos del Maria/Panama) on Saturday to help my wife’s sister settle in an apartment there and hope find some good restaurants there. You would be amazed at how Coronado is growing…….we now have El Rey, Super 99 and Machetazo is opening. The whole Coronado intersection is going to be businesses. A huge mall is being built on the Pan American highway in Chorrera. I enjoy your blog immensely and would move to Ecuador but my wife, Yadira, is Panamanian and I convinced her to move from Miami to Panama so she says she is not moving again. LOL. Looks like we will be making the trip to Quito once or twice a year to see her sister.

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