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Local Hons Wun-Tun House chain facing bankrupcy

Discussion in 'Food, Drinks and Dining' started by milquetoast, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    People kept telling me this months ago but it was only in Chinese newspapers and I couldn't find an English source until now.

    Wonton House in Peril
  2. kl1988

    kl1988 New Member

    I still find it hard to believe.
  3. mikeivb

    mikeivb New Member

    i hope they dont close :(
  4. otani

    otani New Member

    doesn't look good for them.... pretty big hole to dig out of
  5. ema

    ema Full Member

    Oh goodness, like the others...I hope they don't close =/
  6. tenshi888

    tenshi888 Junior Member

    This happened like last year! the only "hon's" left is the one in chinatown. All the other restaurants have been bought out!
  7. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    ^I know the Richmond location shut down last year but I thought the other ones were still operating?

    I should probably go one day, I haven't actually eaten at Hons but do buy their packaged rice rolls.
  8. civicdrvr

    civicdrvr New Member

    That would suck if Hon's did close. Yeah should go back one of these days too for the potstickers haha. They be some good eatin.
  9. waaliu

    waaliu New Member

    All locations are still running except for Richmond, but the Chinatown location is the only one still owned by Hon's.
  10. smac

    smac New Member

    Great place, should stay open
  11. henrydog

    henrydog New Member

    Hopefully they can keep robson st open...great place for a quick bite.
  12. smartbag

    smartbag New Member

    I know people like this place and for that reason it should stay open. The level of chinese food is sub par and that is the reason why they are gonna shut down. If the chinese people dont like it because of poor food quality and taste then ...it will be inevitable.

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