4531 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX | Directions 7822929.490166 -98.572722
11am - 9pm Mon - Thurs
11am - 10pm Fri - Sat
12pm - 9pm Sun
Neighborhoods: Central San Antonio
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Served with Fried Wonton, Fried Rice & Iced Tea .. ........... $5.64 A. lemon Chicken B. Sweet & Sour Pork C. Beef w/ Fresh Mushrooms D. Kung So Chicken (w/ Peanuts) (Hot & Spicy) Combination - Pick Two Choices..... $6.84
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Served with Fried Wonton, Fried Rice & Iced Tea ........... $5.64 A. lemon Chicken B. Sweet & Sour Pork C. Beef with Broccoli D. Chicken with Garlic Sauce (Hot & Spicy) Combination - Pick Two Choices ............... $6.84
Great food,nice employees – I really enjoy the food and the service at ding how,I have eaten there many times and i have a great food everytime
Horrible customer service and quality of food – The service here is horrible and made my familes experience very unpleasant. The food was below average to aweful. They need a course in customer service and quality. Highly reccommend not to go and waste your money or evening.
Great Food and Unique setting – The building on stilts. Nice atmosphere, building could use some work, but not to bad. Lemon Chicken is the best in the city. Mongolian beef is wonderful as well. Very prompt service.
Specialties – Overall when it comes to chosing the perfect Chinese Food, I recommend Ding How. I have tried mostly all the plates on the menu and the food has been magnificiant. (Let me knock on wood here....) but I never had to wait long for any meal- lunch or dinner. The food comes prepared hot and you get your $$ worth. The service is great !! :P
No Recommended!!!! – Table and foods looks dirty. We ordered four dishes and taste very disgusting. If you go to there, you will not have a pleasant lunch or dinner.
A restaurant on stilts sets--and sometimes exceeds--high expectations. – A Taste of the Islands
Any Chinese restaurant worth its MSG really ought to have cocktails. And not just any cocktails. We're talking fruity, parasol-wielding concoctions that lean less towards alcohol and more towards coconut and papaya. For some reason, not every Chinese restaurant chooses to follow this pseudo-Polynesian route, but Ding How does?and with delicious results. Go for the food if you must, but get a drink, if only just to see it served in a ceramic pineapple.
In other areas, Ding How isn't quite as stellar. The plant-filled entrance, complete with babbling brook, gives way to a somewhat disappointing dining room with bright lights and too close tables. The food is unremarkable, but certainly better than the typical San Antonio Chinese buffet. Still, the tofu came slightly too well-done and the sauces were at times overbearing.
ms munoz – I can actually say that I am totally one hundred percent happy with Ding Hows service and most importantly food. I have been a customer for the last ten years and am extremely upset that they did not make number one on the list. Perhaps things can be reevaluated again. Thank You Ms munoz
"The Best" – Ding How is unbeatable for their fantastic lunch specials, speedy service, and bountiful portions. The lemon chicken is always crispy, and the wait staff is always fast to deliver food and drinks.
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