Yes! Pingo – CLOSED

Yes Pingo 1
Yes!!

Rating: Two thumbs up; from guests: one thumb up (Chelsie), two sideways (Jennifer and Hildie), one undecided because there was only one pescatarian option to judge (Heather)
Date: 7/14/13
Time in: 5:43 PM
Time out: 7:50 PM (But we were having a book club discussion and lingered a while)
Servers’ recommendations: Pork ribs soup, combos, snow ice
What we ordered: Green tea with boba, peach green tea, pickle sour duck soup, crispy chicken, rice tube pudding, Taiwanese meatball, Taiwanese fried noodle, Taiwanese fried rice noodle (not to be confused with the prior item), minced pork stew rice, chicken cutlet combo, boiled dumplings, spicy shrimp

Yes Pingo 2
Not sure why this needed a lid because it was CENTER-OF-THE-SUN HOT!!
Yes Pingo 3
Miko looking glamorous with her tea!!
Yes Pingo 4
Best crispy chicken yet!!
Yes Pingo 8
Peach green tea!!
Yes Pingo 9
Pork stew!!
Yes Pingo 10
Rice noodles with surprise shrimp!!  Which is not good if you don’t like shrimp!!
Yes Pingo 11
Wheat noodles, also with surprise shrimp!!
Yes Pingo 12
Miko’s bento thing, which I coveted!!
Yes Pingo 13
Messy shrimp with shells!!  Very spicy!!
Yes Pingo 14
Dumplings!!  Just okay!!

Number in our party: 6 (Chelsie, Heather, Hildie, and Jennifer as guest judges)
Final check amount: $78.69
Price per person: $19.67/person

NOTES 

  • We were supposed to go to nice, safe Phuong Trang with our book club, but at last minute, Jenne and I changed the location to Yes! Pingo because:We hadn’t tried it yet, and we’ve got a conquest to finish!! And
  • We thought the name Yes! Pingo was hilarious.  We like to yell it out loud in the car.  “YES!!!!!!  PINGO!!!!!!”
  • The server had lots of recommendations and suggested pork stomach soup to non-Asians!
  • They should have had descriptions for the dishes on the menu.
  • Some dishes were better than others.  For example, the fried noodles were too salty, and the boiled dumplings were bland.
  • But the chicken was beautifully fried and well seasoned.  The pork stew rice was also a favorite.
  • The best deal is definitely the chicken cutlet or crispy chicken combo!  You even get a little bit of the pork stew on the rice.  Veggies and pickles served on the side.
  • This place is like Tap Ex, only not so fast-foody.

RESTAURANT INFORMATION
Address:
 4813 Convoy St
Phone number: 858.699.7588
Website: http://www.yespingo.com
Accepts credit cards? Yes
Parking: A lot with plenty of spaces!!! OMG, it’s amazing!
Ideal group size: 1-6
Available vegetarian options: Tea and snow ice
Whom not to bring: Vegetarians who want a meal
Noise level: 2.5

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