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   Seafood Delight
 Dragon & Phoenix
 Orange Chicken
CBy Alissa Reinhard
raving Chinese? Who doesn’t love the rich, colorful cuisine and mouthwatering flavors? And the
perfect combination of sweet and sour, salty and spicy – oh, so satisfying! There’s nothing quite like it, and no one does it better than Wah Kee Chinese Seafood Cuisine.
Wah Kee has been serving delicious Chinese cuisine to San Antonians for over three decades. Known for its fresh, authentic Chinese dishes, Wah Kee is a Stone Oak community favorite, locally owned and operated by Anthony Liu and his wife.
“We love being a part of this community,” said Liu. “My wife and I work hard to ensure that we provide the best customer service possible in a clean and friendly environment.”
Wah Kee is known for its authentic Chinese menu selections and of course, its fresh seafood options, including popular lobster, shrimp, scallop, and crab dishes.
“Seafood Delight is definitely a customer favorite,” said Liu “Made with fresh scallops, shrimp, and crabmeat, and sautéed with
assorted vegetables in a white wine sauce and another is the Triple Delight which is made with Hunan sauce, tender beef, shrimp, chicken and vegetables- it’s one of our most popular dishes.”
You also can’t go wrong with Wah Kee’s General Tao’s Chicken, marinated chicken touch fried until crispy and sautéed in a special hot sauce; Sesame Chicken, fried until crispy and sautéed with sesame sauce; or Lemon Chicken, a local favorite.
“We are proud of our menu, with over 200 options for our customers to choose from,” said Lei.
Wah Kee is open seven days a week, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Enjoy lunch specials served on weekdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and your meal will include your choice of soup (Egg Drop, Hot & Sour, or Wonton), plus an Egg Roll, a Cheese Rangoon, and Fried Rice. Early bird specials, served from 3 to 6 p.m. also include your choice of soup, plus an egg roll and fried rice.
Wah Kee is known for its generous
portion sizes and fair pricing, ensuring that your dining experience is not only fresh, flavorful, and delicious, but also budget- friendly and a great lunch and dinner option for the whole family. Now offering dine-in, carry out, and delivery!
Looking for a place to have a private room for a special event? They have a room that can seat up to 40 people and can be reserved with no room fee. It’s the perfect place to have that special event with wonderful food for lunch or dinner.
Looking for dinner or lunch to-go? Order online at WahKeeChinese.com for pick-up or delivery. Located at Blanco and 1604 in Stone Oak, Wah Kee is ready to satisfy your Chinese craving and is sure to be your new go-to spot.
Wah Kee Chinese Seafood Cuisine
18360 Blanco Rd, Suite 122 San Antonio, TX 78258 210-497-6669 www.wahkeechinese.com
   A Potato is Still A Potato
 By Keyuna Milam
M aking the right choices when it comes to eating can be very hard. You may seek items that you heard work well or should be staples in a healthy diet to guide you along the way. It is encouraged to do your own research. You want to be cautious of things labeled as “healthy”. Often times there are “extra” of other ingredients to make up for the
missing ingredient.
Have you noticed that the products that
are currently considered “healthy” coincide with the latest diet fads? This is not an accident. Majority of the products of the past just got a new face lift to continue their product sales. What this means to you is that you might think that you’re eating well but, not so much. Things like protein bars and shakes/ smoothies would possibly be a “go to” for someone who is trying to make
healthier choices. Smoothies and shakes are good when made with the proper ingredients. A shake/ smoothie made with more fruit, whole milk or more protein than you require is not the best option on a regular basis. You may stop eating french fries and replace them with sweet potato fries because you read or heard that sweet potatoes were healthier than white potatoes. Fact is “A potato is still a potato! “
Remember the basics. Eating bread, potatoes and pasta will not help with the scale or to have a flat belly. Example: You see a commercial for a spinach wrap advertising it as a “healthier” option; it is still made with flour. Rule of thumb, limit all items containing flour. This includes things like whole wheat bread, crackers and veggie pasta. Unless you make veggie noodles, it’s still pasta. Even things like sweet potatoes,
whole wheat items and spinach wraps need to be had in moderation. Bread is bread.
Moderation of items that you enjoy and foods that are also good for you should be a part of your regular diet. This way you are not depriving yourself of things that you enjoy while eating a balanced diet.
Keyuna Milam
Owner, Wanna Go Fit LLC Certified Fitness Trainer Certified CPR & First Aid Instructor
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