Christina Wan's

Last Activity: Jun 15th, 2009

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Christina Wan's Fort Lauderdale


664 N Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33310
(954) 527-0228
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Critic's Rating

Last Review: 08/27/12


Dress CodeCasual ParkingPrivate Lot
CCYes AlcoholFull Bar
Entree PricesModerate OutdoorYes
ReservationsYes DeliveryYes


Nicer than Most Chinese Restaurants
Good Lunch Value
Decent Food
Free Parking


It Ain't Chinatown
Web Site may be VERY Out of Date
Expensive for Dinner Take-out

Critic's Review

The first time I went to Christina Wan's I has a bad experience; I did take out and aside from them charging me $3 more for an entree than they had listed on their web site, it was one of the worst versions of chicken with black beans that I've ever had. That was 3 years and 725 reviews ago. So I thought it was time to try again.

This time I decided to eat in; on a rainy day, it's a pretty dark restaurant. There's a bar up front, booths all along the walls and tables in the middle; all in one big room

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Christina Wan's Dining Room

The place was pretty empty so I had a nice big booth to myself. Tables are preset with a big basket of crispy noodles with duck and mustard sauce. It's a thin duck sauce; not the goopy stuff most place put out.

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Christina Wan't Noodles

A server came over and filled my water and then zoomed off without ever asking if I wanted a beverage. He came back and few minutes later and asked if I was ready to order. Their lunch menu gives you a choice of soup, a choice of rice and a good selection of items ranging in price from $7.95 to $10.95. I opted for the Hunan Beef.

The soup came out instantaneously.

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Christina Wan's Hot & Sour Soup

This was an excellent version; it was spicy enough that I didn't have to add anything. Unfortunately my order came out before I was half done with it; it was also the last time I saw my server before flagging him down to get the check.

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Christina Wan's Hunan Beef Lunch

The food here is well prepared; the broccoli was firm but not raw, and the portion was just about right for the price. It wasn't spicy at all, which was disappointing. I don't think that it was much different than regular beef with broccoli.

I'm not sure I'd order the chicken with black bean sauce again, but its a pretty nice place as Chinese restaurants go for a fairly priced lunch.

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