and accompanied by both jasmine fried rice and soft noodles.
With a cup of zesty hot and sour soup, this is a lunch that's more than ample for
appetites with gusto and an incredible bargain...Order
the potstickers, and you'll immediately understand the difference between the ubiquitous
frozen variety and the real ones, like these. Dim sum lovers will have lots of fun
with the lunch menu."
Coast Weekly, Food, Wine & Restaurants,
December 9-15, 1999.
"This is one of those charming little restaurants in which
Carmel specializes, but it is a bit more hidden away than the average. Tommy Mao
--chef-owner of Tommy's Wok-- perceived the local hunger for "something a little bit
different" and has worked to fill the niche." Sanford Frederick, Adventures in Dining, Spring