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there isn't any good Chinese food in Kelowna :(
Depending on what you like Dragon King - over by Kanata hotel is about the closest to real Chinese food. They also have dim sum ( except on Tues) Bit far from Glenmore but they open early, you can hit Walmart of something then fetch take out.
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Bon Ga in Glenmore near Brandt's Creek Pub has Delicious Korean food. Haven't searched for Chinese since trying Bon Ga 6 years ago..
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ok-weezy wrote: May 23rd, 2022, 1:54 pm Bon Ga in Glenmore near Brandt's Creek Pub has Delicious Korean food. Haven't searched for Chinese since trying Bon Ga 6 years ago..
Preliminary investigation results in excellent reviews.

I will give them a try on your recommendation.
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Who is allowing dine in? My dad has a hankering, and I’m finding “no dine in” a common thing.
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Mama Panda & Asian Pear are good choices. Ruby's & a few others have dine in.
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kgcayenne wrote: Jul 18th, 2022, 8:09 pm Who is allowing dine in? My dad has a hankering, and I’m finding “no dine in” a common thing.
Mei Wei on our side of the bridge has "dine in". Closed Mondays and Tuesdays though.
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Thank you. Well, we will have to take what we can get, right. Ideally the thing on his wish list is an open buffet.
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both Asian Pear and Buffet 88 are dine in, buffet
I'd opt for Buffet 88.. both places have lunch buffets, Buffet 88 closed Tues
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normaM wrote: Jul 19th, 2022, 6:15 am both Asian Pear and Buffet 88 are dine in, buffet
I'd opt for Buffet 88.. both places have lunch buffets, Buffet 88 closed Tues
We ate at Buffet 88 once and will never return!
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Bsuds wrote: Jul 19th, 2022, 8:32 am
normaM wrote: Jul 19th, 2022, 6:15 am both Asian Pear and Buffet 88 are dine in, buffet
I'd opt for Buffet 88.. both places have lunch buffets, Buffet 88 closed Tues
We ate at Buffet 88 once and will never return!
Some like it, some don't, I haven't been there since 2008.
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No negative business reviews.

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When I try out certain types of new restaurants for myself, I always check the Health Department website and look at the violation history before deciding.
For example, I check out establishments serving certain types of foods, with a long history of being in business, where there may be a build-up of contaminates or rodent/bug issues. I also check places that serve a mixture of beef, chicken, pork, and raw foods where there is a high possibility of cross contamination.

You would be surprised as to who are the worst offenders, many of them are old age/supportive living homes.

https://hedgehogportal.interiorhealth.ca/Food/Map

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bb49 wrote: Jul 19th, 2022, 3:02 pm ^^^
Thanks for the link alan.
You are very welcome.
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Sudsy her Daddy looking for a buffet. idk, seems most places are hit and miss
At least yum yum tree has quick turn over so nothing sits long
Alan if I checked that website I'd probably never dine out and would starve
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