Weight Watchers POINTS and PointsPlus values for the following House of Hong items were calculated using the nutrition information from HealthyDiningFinder.com. This list was accurate as of 12/2011 and contains all of the items that nutrition information is provided for.




From HealthyDiningFinder.com: The owners of House of Hong believe that, in addition to excellent service and a clean dining environment, the most important thing for a restaurant is the freshness of the food. The seafood chow mein at House of Hong looks and tastes great, and the noodles are tender. The steamed cod is appealing to the eye, not to mention delicious. The steamed rice is fluffy and good. All food items are wonderful and well presented on their serving dishes. The staff members are all amiable and are happy to offer menu suggestions, as well as to define what customers can expect from each dish. All staff work well together as a team to make sure water glasses are filled, plates are cleared promptly and all guests have items they need to make for an enjoyable dining experience.

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WEIGHT WATCHERS POINTS FOR HOUSE OF HONG

ITEM POINTS PointsPlus
Broiled King Salmon with Peppercorn (Serves 2 – analysis for 1 serving) 8 9
Cal=350, Fat=20, Carbs=8, Fib=4, Prot=35
Sautéed Assorted Vegetables (Serves 2 – analysis for 1 serving) 1 2
Cal=90, Fat=2.5, Carbs=15, Fib=5, Prot=4
Seafood Udon in Hot Pot (Serves 2 – analysis for 1 serving) 12 15
Cal=590, Fat=13, Carbs=72, Fib=5, Prot=43
Teppanyaki Shrimp & Scallop (Serves 2 – analysis for 1 serving) 4 5
Cal=220, Fat=7, Carbs=10, Fib=3, Prot=30
White Rice (1/2 cup) 2 3
Cal=120, Fat=0, Carbs=27, Fib=0, Prot=2
Brown Rice (1/2 cup) 2 3
Cal=110, Fat=1, Carbs=22, Fib=2, Prot=3

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