Chun's Palace

★★★★☆

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We have been going to chuns for five years , we have tried all of the other Chinese restaurants in town , and we always like chuns the best , we love there fresh tasting sweet and sour chicken always crispy on the outside and tasty tender chicken on the inside , also the kung pao chicken is excellent , they have the best balance of seasonings and the place has a nice fresh atmosphere , its still new looking , not like some run down places , we have been there over 100 times ,and we can afford any place we want , oh and the service is quick and polite . A must when you visit Ashland !

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★★★★★

We have been going to chuns for five years , we have tried all of the other Chinese restaurants in town , and we always like chuns the best , we love there fresh tasting sweet and sour chicken always crispy on the outside and tasty tender chicken on the inside , also the kung pao chicken is excellent , they have the best balance of seasonings and the place has a nice fresh atmosphere , its still new looking , not like some run down places , we have been there over 100 times ,and we can afford any place we want , oh and the service is quick and polite . A must when you visit Ashland !

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We braved a walk in the February rain to eat at Chun's Palace tonight, and it was worth it! We arrived after most of their mid-week rush, so the restaurant only had two tables occupied. The room layout was not fancy, but pleasant and clean.

To our surprise and delight, they had a vegetarian special. Some regulars seated near us were leaving as our special arrived, and they remarked they regretted not seeing the board before they ordered their usual. This was a mix of vegetables (eggplant, zucchini, mushrooms, tofu, and more?) dipped in a batter and quick-fried to have a crackly outside, then covered in a special sauce. Quite aromatic, and the sweet of the sauce was a very good contrast to the savory vegetables.

The vegetable fried rice was delicious and surprisingly light. They didn't use much (if any?) soy sauce, which would have pleased my mother-in-law, who tries to limit her sodium intake. We also had mixed vegetables, which were fresh and hot.

The service was pleasant enough, though I always wish I could speak a few words of Cantonese or whatever these folks speak at home, so they could relax their worried smiles a bit. Our tea was hot and warming after being in the wet February rain, and our water glasses were always full.

The three of us filled our bellies for less than $40 and went away with leftovers, happy to have found this asset to the city of Ashland. It's well worth going out of your way to try it.

PROS: Good, hot food at reasonable price. Vegetarian options.
CONS: Shares a large building with an ostentatious children's restaurant/playground and a video store, which seem to have more influence on the exterior atmosphere.

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★★★★☆

We braved a walk in the February rain to eat at Chun's Palace tonight, and it was worth it! We arrived after most of their mid-week rush, so the restaurant only had two tables occupied. The room layout was not fancy, but pleasant and clean.

To our surprise and delight, they had a vegetarian special. Some regulars seated near us were leaving as our special arrived, and they remarked they regretted not seeing the board before they ordered their usual. This was a mix of vegetables (eggplant, zucchini, mushrooms, tofu, and more?) dipped in a batter and quick-fried to have a crackly outside, then covered in a special sauce. Quite aromatic, and the sweet of the sauce was a very good contrast to the savory vegetables.

The vegetable fried rice was delicious and surprisingly light. They didn't use much (if any?) soy sauce, which would have pleased my mother-in-law, who tries to limit her sodium intake. We also had mixed vegetables, which were fresh and hot.

The service was pleasant enough, though I always wish I could speak a few words of Cantonese or whatever these folks speak at home, so they could relax their worried smiles a bit. Our tea was hot and warming after being in the wet February rain, and our water glasses were always full.

The three of us filled our bellies for less than $40 and went away with leftovers, happy to have found this asset to the city of Ashland. It's well worth going out of your way to try it.

PROS: Good, hot food at reasonable price. Vegetarian options.
CONS: Shares a large building with an ostentatious children's restaurant/playground and a video store, which seem to have more influence on the exterior atmosphere.

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Although it was semi-expensive, Chun's was a good place to eat at and we enjoyed our visit. The portion sizes are very big, so we had a lot of leftovers which is always a good thing and the customer service was very good. It was a neat place too, the decorations inside were visually appealing and my kids still talk about "the place with the waterfall". It is a good place to go for Chinese food.

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★★★★☆

Although it was semi-expensive, Chun's was a good place to eat at and we enjoyed our visit. The portion sizes are very big, so we had a lot of leftovers which is always a good thing and the customer service was very good. It was a neat place too, the decorations inside were visually appealing and my kids still talk about "the place with the waterfall". It is a good place to go for Chinese food.

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