I have eaten at Wokaholic for about 4 or 5 years. When I worked in the area from home, I ate sometimes 3 or 4 times a week from them. The wonton soup has never been good to me, but I rarely like the soup in general if I do not prepare it myself at home. I have adapted to simply leaving the room for the massive portions that I typically share with 3 people (for one entree). If you use chop sticks, you will appreciate the big chunks of meat which take multiple bites, which is more typical of authentic Chinese presentation (or if you like me, just enjoy a ton of char siu). On two occasions maybe out of at least 400 times, I have gotten a bit too much oil in a dish, but then again, I always order take out since I am so busy; try eating there. I don't know if it's because they cook for me more than my mother or what, but they're really friendly to me....NEVER seen cheese sticks there either. Make no mistake, the place is not a palace, and it's next to a billiard hall, but if you want unpretentious, excellent Chinese food, at excellent prices, give it a try.
Pros: Chef knows his work, underpriced by about 1 or 2 dollars an entree, specials
Cons: I don't know if they make profit?