Sucking in the '70s

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • November 8, 2007
Quentin Tarantino, take note. The setting for your next '70s chop-socky kung-fu film homage isn't in the Valley or a studio back lot. It's in Garden Grove, at a place called Wong's. Although they started cooking back in 1952 in LA, Wong's has been...
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