January 3, 2014- While getting the mail a few days ago, I had a menu thrown in with the paper and other items. Decided to give them a try, and here is the review.
I tried calling them at first on the way home from work, no answer, or they’d pick up and hang up. I wasn’t sure if they were open or not from the winter weather, so I stopped by. Sure enough, they were there, just super busy, with only three people working. I still ordered food and patiently waited for it to be ready.
Once the food was ready, about thirty minutes later, I was on my way home to enjoy it. Ordered two orders of chicken wings (because they came four to an order), one order of dumplings, an order of steam broccoli with white rice, and received a free order of pork fried rice for spending over twenty dollars. Turns out, I didn’t get my white rice, and the wings were not four to an order, they were eight to an order, and boy was my man surprised when I came home with sixteen wings! The steamed broccoli was just right, not to hard and not too soft. The dumplings were not what I expected; gyoza style but the shell was super soft and the meat inside was so tasty! The rice was good, vegetable with a clean flavor, no msg or high levels of soy sauce overpowering the rice. The wings were fried to a golden texture, just perfect that the meat isnt drowning in oil and every bite tastes better than the last.
Overall, the food had amazing flavor. if they weren’t so preoccupied, I would have gotten everything I was supposed to have. I would try them again during the springtime, and hopefully they won’t be as busy.
Great Wall is located on Social street, next to the Dunkin Donuts, just past John A Cummings way.