Houston >Food & Dining > Hunan Inn Restaurant
9443 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX | Directions 7702429.784404 -95.525480
Mon. - Sat. 11am - 9:30pm;Sun. CLOSED
Neighborhoods: Westside, Hedwig Village
Disgusting! Found a dead bug in my glass, mixed in with the ice! Didn't seem to phase anyone who worked there! Didn't charge me for the buggy drink (a whole $1.00)!! Farewell, Hunan Inn, we won't be back!!
Avoid Sweet & Sour Pork – Chinese food is supposed to have vegetables. Imagine my surprise when the Sweet and Sour Pork consisted of pieces of pork deep fried in large balls of batter. No vegetables at all. Terrible! My lunch companion had double cooked pork which at least looked appetizing and had vegetables with it.
one of the worse resturant – Worse food taste and no value .I tried several times including todays dish king po four delight ,they put only broculli and nothing,two shrimp few pieces of chicken only.
You're kidding, right? – I am shocked that this place got 4.5 stars. The only thing that was good was the chicken/veggie soup. We ordered crab tasting (forgot wording) cheese puffs. they tasted like that Philadelphia brand green onion and cream cheese dip you can buy. crab? didn't taste any.
For main course, the general tso's (sp) and I got the Trio of beef, chick & shrimp. The meat tasted okay on my dish and personally, I felt like they really had a thing for mushrooms. Maybe they're cheap this week or they got a deal because they were everywhere. The General dish left a film in your mouth -- either flour or cornstarch - not sure.
I ordered Chicken and Cashews to go for my husband. He said they used a almost the whole stock of broccoli, rather than the crown and a little bit of tip that is common at most chinese rest., and that it was undercooked and there wasn't a lot of it. He felt like it was a cost-saving measure -- give you more stalk, less pieces. The chicken, too, left a film in his mouth.
The fried rice was horrible. It seemed to be nothing but rice with soy sauce in it. that was it.
We were there on a Thurs. night. the restaurant was not busy and it is small. There were 2 other tables there besides us. The hostess sat a party of 5 teenagers literally right next to us. That just ruined our meal. they were loud and rowdy and in a small restaurant, it was just too much.
I don't understand why they didn't seat them at the other table in the back. It was close to the kitchen so having the tables spread out would not have been a hardship for the solo waiter they had. The bus boys, or whatever they were, were either not allowed or not trained to know when a customer needed something. we had to wait to order and it was obvious we were ready. they just stood at the back of the restaurant staring at me.
In conclusion, I was embarrassed that I picked this place. We won't be going back.
Best Egg Rolls Bar-None! – The food is delicious, and the atmosphere gracious, whether dining with the family, friends, or alacarte, you won't find better Chinese cuisine for the money. It's awesome!
Best in the West – If you're in the Memorial area and looking to get some delicious chinese food, this is the best. Their eggrolls are fried to perfection with a thin crispy shell. The shrimp and chicken with cashews is my favorite dish. I go there at least 4 times a week for lunch...it's that good!
BEST HOLE IN THE WALL CHINESE – You might be skeptical about eating at Hunan Inn because of its tiny little location in the old Target shopping center. However, I have eaten there since probably 1995, and the food and service are outstanding. Their food is always freshly made, and the prices are unbeatable for how much you get. A lunch special is around 5 bucks and includes one of many dishes (shrimp, chicken, beef, pork, veggie) with fried or steamed rice, soup of your choice, and one of their delicious egg rolls-- the thin pastry kind that are crunchy and golden brown. Tall glasses, plenty of servers around, and pay-at-the-counter so you can get going whenever you are ready. They deliver too, and they never forget fortune cookies, soy sauce, or napkins. Dig in!
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