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John (guest) 08 Mar 2014 23:53
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Worst food I ever had!

by John (guest), 08 Mar 2014 23:53
RonW (guest) 12 Apr 2011 21:14
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Brought a group of Yelpers to Super Wok and had a ridiculously good meal here! Went with the tried and trued tri-pepper chicken, kung pao chicken, pea tips in garlic sauce, dan dan noodles, braised fish in spicy sichuan sauce and more… Everyone raved about their meal and I came back the next week. Awesome job Super Wok, my mom (who's an awesome cook) would be proud to eat here…

Yelp Reviews below:

http://www.yelp.com/biz/super-wok-cary#hrid:WKMcMkz6NRrJuzBia49TrQ

http://www.yelp.com/biz/super-wok-cary#hrid:hrHpBxPKmB3LSiGqw7Lh-g

by RonW (guest), 12 Apr 2011 21:14
Kim & Phil (guest) 14 Feb 2011 13:53
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This is the best Chinese food in the triangle- by far. If you are a novice- the staff is very helpful. The tri-pepper chicken is addictive. The whole fish dishes are amazing. There is something for everyone.

by Kim & Phil (guest), 14 Feb 2011 13:53
James White (guest) 07 Feb 2011 13:51
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Spring Rolls in North Hills, Raleigh is one of my favorite restaurant in Raleigh since we ate here on my first Date. We are extremely impressed with Thai & Chinese meal we had here. Soy Gluten in Garlic Sauce, Pad Thai, General Tsao's Chicken and Vegetarian Singapore rice Noodles are the best in Triangle. They serve amazing food at very reasonable price.

by James White (guest), 07 Feb 2011 13:51
Family Style Chinese
The Danis Dynamo (guest) 18 May 2010 16:32
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Family Style Chinese, very authentic, the people are always friendly.

Family Style Chinese by The Danis Dynamo (guest), 18 May 2010 16:32
Tai hao le!
Roy (guest) 17 Feb 2010 17:22
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After Red Palace and Mama Wok closed down, I was extremely sad because I didn't know of any other truly homestyle Chinese restaurants in the area. Super Wok is right up the road from us, and we had been there a couple of incarnations earlier, when it was a nice Thai-Chinese place, but it just wasn't standout. So when my wife and I randomly decided to stop by recently, I was in heaven when I saw that it had turned into the real deal with an emphasis on Sichuan cuisine. I ordered the mapo doufu, and as soon as I saw it I was grinning from ear to ear. Having been to China, and tasted the authentic item, I can attest that their mapo doufu is as good or better than anything you'd find in Chongqing. My wife ordered teriyaki chicken, and I was impressed both at the quality of the meat and that the sauce was delicate instead of the thick, cloying goop that you find at most places.

Seeing Greg Cox's four-star review posted over our table sealed the deal. I'll be coming back and bringing friends.

Tai hao le! by Roy (guest), 17 Feb 2010 17:22
Authentic as you will find anywhere in the area
Wally (guest) 24 Jan 2010 00:40
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I grew up eating and loving very diverse food but by far my favorite is Asian food. I have hit just about every "China Town" I know of (NY, San Fran, Toronto) and always try as many different Asian restaurants as possible when I travel and where I live. American-ized asian food is ok in a pinch and often about all you will find in most places. I tried at least 10 different asian (chinese, thai, japanese) restaurants in Raleigh, Durham, and Cary since moving here and Super Wok is by far the most authentic tasting szechuan food I have found in NC and possibly even in FL as well (transplant here). I almost hate to write a good review because I don't want the place to be too busy for me to get it when I want it. One word of warning, the Tri-pepper chicken tastes so good you will amazed but it is very spicy so be prepared for the side effects. The owner is very, very nice as is Wendy who is super helpful. You wont find a better place for Chinese food than Super Wok anywhere in this area.

Authentic as you will find anywhere in the area by Wally (guest), 24 Jan 2010 00:40
Don't Be Afraid of the Chinese Menu
Tom from Raleigh (guest) 13 Jan 2010 14:38
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SuperWok is my favorite Chinese restaurant in the Triangle. I often make the trip from North Raleigh to dine there. While there are many Chinese restaurants that are closer to me, Super Wok is unique in that they offer authentic dishes from the Sichuan region of China on their Chinese menu. Standouts dishes include the Dan Dan noodles and Three Pepper Chicken.

Don't Be Afraid of the Chinese Menu by Tom from Raleigh (guest), 13 Jan 2010 14:38
GREAT ASIAN FOOD
LIZ (guest) 24 Nov 2009 16:58
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I love Super Wok!
We have eaten at Super Wok so many times, and often more than once a week, that i almost feel like I do not need a menu anymore. I think I like the chef's cooking there so much, that as hard as it is to admit (having been a chef myself), i think I like his cooking almost better than my own. I really enjoy the flavours of the dishes which are too countless to name …The steamed/fried dumplings are the best in our area and the General Tsao's Chicken is also better than most with all white meat instead of thighs which are cheaper. I enjoy the Thai green curry a lot and my favourite noodle dish is Pad see yu..

Actually you just have to come taste for yourself. If you are adventurous like me..i could basically just close my eyes and blindly put my finger anywhere on the menu and be happy with the results…if not, try the twice cooked beef! very spicy!

Only thing I wish they had on menu is the traditional American/Chinese shrimp or pork eggroll that are always offered in other restaurants here…I am sure they would be the BEST at that too.

GREAT ASIAN FOOD by LIZ (guest), 24 Nov 2009 16:58
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