This used to be one of my favorite places to go. The food is great and even after some small price increases, it's a great deal. After some recent changes to the staff I can't even place my order. The new staff doesn't answer the phones and has started charging us for things that used to be free. In one month this went from one of my favorite and regular places to a place I literally cannot go to. Enjoy whatever small profit margins you think you created with your new staff while you watch long time customers stop coming
I prefer this location over the one on Nogales and Colima. The guy working here is much nicer and friendlier than the other location. If you ask for extra sauce, he's willing to give it to you without any issues. The other location would act like it costs them an arm and a leg for even one extra sauce.
The Hainanese chicken rice is pretty authentic. But what impressed me most is the Garlic A Choy. That's the best way of cooking of veggies I ever had. There is a special taste of some chinese wine in it.
Cluck2go is located in the same plaza as Bageloo next to El Pollo Loco with plenty of parking. We loved the food here when we visited them this past weekend. They are very generous with their portions. We ordered the hainan chicken (both white and dark meat), the chicken curry and garlic aichoy. Everything was delicious. The chicken was cooked to perfection. The rice is fluffy and complements the chicken and sauces very well. The soup that comes with these dishes is very clean. The highlight for me was the chicken curry; it was mostly chicken with a few pieces of roasted potato. Highly recommend! The garlic aichoy was simple and was a good to cut down the heaviness of the other dishes. If you are in the Diamond Bar/Chino area, you must check out Cluck2go. You won't regret it!
This chain is pretty good for Hainan Chicken! One of the places I used to go in Alhambra is Savoy, but this would be a good alternative with even with more different types of choices. The other location I have been to as well is the Rowland Heights one. I have ordered here twice already, and it seems like at the time of this review, they have reopened indoor dining. I personally am still not used to that idea, so my review will be based off of ordering Togo and my experience with it and the food. You would probably only need to order 15 min prior before your food is ready. I called in 15 min before, and my order was ready even before I arrived. Food The Hainan Chicken here is pretty good! You can choose to order the chicken itself or the chicken with rice. Besides Hainan chicken, they have different types of chicken wings you can order, as well as even Tom Yum Noodle soup. I recommend the Hainan chicken rice with dark meat, which comes with a spicy sauce and non spicy ginger sauce. It also comes with a small cup of chicken soup. I would also recommend trying the Stir Fried Green Beans and the Pepper Salt Chicken Wings. Both of these were great, and if you dont finish it, a simple reheat from an air fryer gets these tasting like the first day you ordered it! I have tried the honey flavored chicken wings too, but I would recommend the pepper salt. I?m curious to see how the French style filet mignon, or fried Hainan chicken leg will taste, so you will def see me back with an updated review of that whenever I get a chance. If the owner of the chain is reading this, I hope that there could also be a location in Chino! There is a need of this fusion, Hainan chicken.. Thai? Cantonese style in the area! Hope to see this place again soon. Until then!
Great service! This place is small so might be a challenge for big group. Restroom is very clean. Staff is very friendly.
Very delicious, much akin to the main branch in Rowland Heights. The biggest problem with Hainan chicken, as a spoiled kid, was (and still is) the bone. Because the way most places handle cutting the meat, the bone ends up being splintered by the cleavers and you inevitably bite down hard on invisible bone. Not this place! For $12 you get around 16 oz of de-boned Hainan chicken and your choice of dark or white meat, the chicken stock/fat infused rice, a small amount of veggies (that also seemed to have been cooked in chicken stock) and a small bowl of ... you guessed it, chicken stock/soup. You also get the traditional ginger/garlic sauce but also a spicy ginger sauce. Only downside is this branch has limited space. Max party size of 4.
I've been to the Pasadena, Rowland Heights, and this location once. All are surprisingly consistent and great. Most notable about my experience at the Diamond Bar location is the service. Impeccably service, very friendly staff, and quick delivery of food. The Hainan chicken was succulent, juicy and flavorful, as well as the fried variant of it. The fried variant was lightly battered and not overly fried so it didn't overpower the flavor of the chicken. The rice was infused with chicken broth and was juicy in its own right. The salt and pepper fried chicken wings were perfectly seasoned and lightly battered and fried. Overall, this restaurant does a fantastic job brining and flavoring their chicken, making each morsel mouth watering and delicious. Excellent execution of hole-in-the-wall legitimate Hainan chicken. A++ for acclimating English speaking skills and service expectations of an American establishment (vs typical Chinese).
The best asian in Diamond Bar, Cluck 2 Go is in the business of creating mouthwatering food, memorable experiences and wicked atmospheres. If you're looking for something to eat, be sure to drop in and try their soup. Call them at (909) 396-8828 to find out more!
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