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Restaurant Gau Paong
The Gau Poang Chinese Restaurant has been catering to the peninsula's clients for over 30 years. Launched on Burlingame Ave. for 26 years, the restaurant relocated to San Mateo in 2006. The owners Jerry and Judy Kuo wanted to offer their clients a high-quality Mandarin and Schezuan kitchen and outstanding services in a family-friendly area.
Poang Gau means "good friend" in Chinese. A lot of our buddies come to us and call us by our first name, where others would call us "owners and customers". The aim of Jerry and Judy was that their clients should know them by their first name and be able to call Gau Poang at home.
For years we have been servicing customers (good friends) on the peninsula and are pleased that Gau Poang's grown ups are coming back with their own family. Russians offer dinner in, take out, food and supply. Our products are made using the freshest and highest grade materials with a flawless taste.
Pan-Asia cuisine is explored and combined in our menus, resulting in a truly original and sophisticated diet, unmatched in its scents and flavours. You are invited to sample our Asiatic food, where our chef' s many delicacies can be enjoyed. Celebrate a Singapore Sling and begin your week-end with a wide range of Singapore favourites.
Yelper catches Chinese restaurant in the falsehood, Post's video as proof
Millbrae's Chinese restaurant got a poor critique of the restaurant and the restaurant owner's boy defended himself with a security tape that proves that the "reviewer" was only 22 seconds in the busy restaurant. Jelp member called " Dan W. " from San Bruno said that the restaurant, called Millbrae's Wonderly (lowercase w), would not put him on March 18 and gave the restaurant a rating - the bottom rating possible.
Criticism that had been taken away from Yelp said, "It's not so noble, but they wouldn't put me down." However, the restaurant owner's boy, You You You, who studies in England but still runs the finance and website, did not believe it. So, he thought about the restaurant security tape and found Dan W. from what he was wearing and the times he was in.
It was Xue who said he wanted to see the tape to see if Dan W.'s allegations were accurate and if necessary to review all guidelines. Instead, the tape he published on the restaurant's website showed that the man in disagreement walked into the front doors, stayed almost 30 seconds, didn't talk to anyone and left.
He replied to Dan W. on the restaurant's website with extra videos showing that the client did not even subscribe to the waitinglist. Junsong Xue, restaurant proprietor, does not agree with his son's feeling towards Dan W. He said he would like Dan W. back. "He said, "I don't take an interest in a badge.
"I' ll take charge of how they think of my restaurant." In the meantime, Yelp confirms that Dan W. has deleted his bankroll.