Review: Royal Wok brings more classic American Chinese to Orange

Critic Brad A. Johnson says Royal Wok picks up right where Yang Ming Garden left off.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • April 7, 2021
When Yang Ming Garden vacated its long-standing address on Tustin Street in Orange and moved to Villa Park, the Chinese restaurant left a big void. But not for long. That void has now been filled by another Chinese restaurant called Royal Wok. The...
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