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Old 02-12-2017, 08:44 AM   #1
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Smile Lee Wah Restaurant, Moultonborough

I recently heard that Lee Wah Restaurant in Moultonborough is now open under new ownership as Lee Wah Chen Restaurant. I am simply wondering if any forum members are able to give it a quick review.
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Old 02-12-2017, 03:15 PM   #2
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I gave it a try because it was under new ownership. I thought it was really good! I hadn't gone there in at least ten years because the food was so bad and I live in Moultonborough
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Old 02-12-2017, 07:43 PM   #3
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that's good to know as like you I haven't been to the prior restaurant in more than 10 years
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It's much better now than it was before the new owners took over! They also have a coupon in the simply direct mailer!


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When did the new owners take over?
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When did the new owners take over?


I believe it's been 6 months now..


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Can't wait now to give it a try.
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Old 02-27-2017, 07:09 AM   #8
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I gave it a try because it was under new ownership. I thought it was really good! I hadn't gone there in at least ten years because the food was so bad and I live in Moultonborough
Can you elaborate what was so terrible? We used to go there once in awhile although its probably been a few years anyway. I always thought they were "ok" nothing ever made me not want to go there again.
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Old 02-28-2017, 04:09 AM   #9
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Can you elaborate what was so terrible? We used to go there once in awhile although its probably been a few years anyway. I always thought they were "ok" nothing ever made me not want to go there again.
I just did not the food at all. I have been getting my Chinese food at the Green Ginger in Tilton and the Long River Chinese Restaurant in Fryeburg, Maine. In fact I purchased take-out in Fryeburg yesterday.
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Same thought as the other response. Kept away for years.....tried 2x recently, both very good!
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Looking forward to trying this out again--I, too, have stayed away since trying it twice four years ago when we first bought in the area.

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I just did not the food at all. I have been getting my Chinese food at the Green Ginger in Tilton and the Long River Chinese Restaurant in Fryeburg, Maine. In fact I purchased take-out in Fryeburg yesterday.
Green Ginger is good. I'll usually order from Fugaky in Plymouth; always plan to get take out when in the area that day. The lunch buffet is worth it as well.

With regard to Lee Wah.... We tried it last week and were very pleased. Keep it up.... consistency of taste will decide if I make it the "new" take out place.

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Old 03-01-2017, 10:21 PM   #13
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How does it hold up when compared to J.P. China in Alton Bay?
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