We don't get to Portland very often, but when we do, Wong's King is on our lunch plan.
Between 11 and about 2, the Dim Sum carts are freshest and the place is usually pretty full. If you go on a weekend, there is always a LONG wait for a seat.
We have found that the offerings here range from the simple Shumai for the "Gringo" palate to the more exotic "Build a Farm" parts ... chicken feet, beef tendon, pork stomach, beef tripe, etc. for those searching for the more traditional flavors.
The oddest sounding stuff tastes the best and we loved it all.
We did get something new this visit ... steamed snow pea TOPS. While we thought we were just ordering the snow peas (communication can be a little tough for those of us that don't speak Chinese), the plate they brought out were vines and leaves. Turns out it was good! Who knew!
This place is always clean and the service is very good. Our water glasses were never left empty and we just had to tip up the top of our tea pot to get it refilled.
Good atmosphere, great prices, excellent Dim Sum ... who could ask for more!!
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