Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Won Ton Time - Alhambra (Closed)

At Won Ton Time in Alhambra, you have a choice of two noodles -- rice or lo mein. The only wontons they serve are Hong Kong-style -- golf ball-sized and full of large pieces of shrimp. You can also opt for a giant fish ball or sliced beef. The only vegetable choice is Steamed Gai Lan (Chinese Broccoli) with Oyster Sauce. Rice noodles with wontons $4.

Won Ton Time - Alhambra 1

That's the entire menu. Now, of course, you can opt to have wontons and fish balls, but those basics make up the entire menu. There are serious fans of Won Ton Time's cheap eats. I think their broth is rather bland actually, but at $4 for a bowl of giant wontons and noodle soup, I don't expect a whole lot. Lo mein noodles with wontons and fish balls $5.50.

Won Ton Time - Alhambra 2

Won Ton Time is located in the same strip mall as Phoenix Food Boutique - Alhambra (Pacific Square).  

Update July 18, 2008:
I recently passed by and it appears the Won Ton Time is closed permanently. Anyone know why? :(

Won Ton Time
(Pacific Square)
19 E. Valley Blvd.
Alhambra, CA 91801
Open 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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