Gong Ho Cantonese Restaurant (Chinese: 龚浩粤菜馆; pinyin: Gōng hào yuècài guǎn), also known as Gong Ho Oriental Restaurant, Gong Ho Chinese Take-Out, China-Park Restaurant or Gong Ho's Noodles and Foods is a popular Chinese restaurant known for serving many Asian foods such as American-Chinese cuisine, Japanese cuisine, Malaysian cuisine, Cantonese cuisine and dessurts. The restaurant is most known for the overuse of gongs, free-to-air public access cable television and many Asian music. The motto is "Serving fine Cantonese foods".


The restaurant was found in 1992, the same year where the first Nintendo 64 console was released. The restaurant was invented by Chan Ka-fung (Chinese: 张侃峰; pinyin: Zhāngkǎnfēng) who was the inventor of the puff-wens which are fortune cookie shaped brownies. With the help of his mute wife, Miumiu, he was able to run the restaurant while caring for his 2-year old daughter, Mei-Mei. The original name was "Mr. Ramen's Noodles Shop". The restaurant only consists of Japanese noodle dishes such as ramen. Five years later, the restaurant was renamed as "Gong Ho Cantonese Restaurant" after Chan's deceased father, Gong Ho-ka (Chinese: 龚何家; pinyin: Gōng hé jiā). Due to racial controversary, the restaurant's name is changed to "Gong ho Chinese Take-Out" or "Gong Ho Oriental Restaurant". In Chinatown, the restaurant was known as "China-Park Restaurant". In the United States, the restaurants become known as "Gong Ho's Noodles and Foods".

The main rules for the Gong Ho restaurant is listed here:

  • All waiters must wear a kimodo, Edo-Japan styled shoes, and a plastic sword while bowing to their customers when serving.
  • Each order consists of either x amount of gongs, x amount of pings and x amount of dinglings due to the hard timing of Asian-English pronounciation and communication.
  • Similar to Domino's Pizza, if any of the food bags featuring the customers' orders doesn't feature a Chinese character saying Peace, the meal is free.
  • Only multilingual employees are allowed to answer delivery phone calls. Any prank phone calls must be directed to the manager at once.


  • Chop suey
  • Egg roll
  • Egg foo young
  • Ramen or noodles
  • Sushi
  • Chicken chow mein
  • Chow mein
  • Subgum
  • Fried noodles
  • Fried shrimp
  • Chicken almond & rice
  • Pork-fried rice
  • American fried-rice
  • Beef lo mein
  • Udon
  • White Steamed Rice
  • Chicken Wings
  • Sukiyaki
  • Teriyaki (with wasabi)
  • Sashimi
  • Crab and egg fried rice
  • Jajangmyeon noodles
  • Kimchi
  • Egg soup
  • Dumplings


  • Ice Cream
  • Doughnuts
  • Puff-wens
  • Chocolate cake
  • Fortune cookies
  • Creme puffs
  • Pudding
  • Frozen yogurt

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