Yao Fuzi Cuisine

★★★★★
  • 4757 W Park Blvd

    Plano, TX 75093

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  • 214-473-9267

About Yao Fuzi Cuisine

Hours
Monday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Tuesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Wednesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Thursday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Friday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Saturday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Sunday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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Terrible service. Reservation was declined upon arrival and the staff's attitude (Jordy and Chris) was anything but helpful. Scratch this one off the list. There are plenty of good eateries around here.

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★★★★★

Terrible service. Reservation was declined upon arrival and the staff's attitude (Jordy and Chris) was anything but helpful. Scratch this one off the list. There are plenty of good eateries around here.

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Yao Fuzi has great asian food and wonderful service. Most of the best items are found on the chinese menu...they have one in English and one with a lot more traditional chinese food instead of the americanized version. The best thing on there is the Crispy Beef. We love going to this restaurant.

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★★★★★

Yao Fuzi has great asian food and wonderful service. Most of the best items are found on the chinese menu...they have one in English and one with a lot more traditional chinese food instead of the americanized version. The best thing on there is the Crispy Beef. We love going to this restaurant.

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This is a great place for Asian food. Everything is fresh and prepared with great skill. The menu is good for both lunch and dinner. Dallas Morning News has recommended this a one of the best new restaurants for 2008. The decor is black and red, and there is a nice small bar. You will enjoy this restaurant.

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★★★★★

This is a great place for Asian food. Everything is fresh and prepared with great skill. The menu is good for both lunch and dinner. Dallas Morning News has recommended this a one of the best new restaurants for 2008. The decor is black and red, and there is a nice small bar. You will enjoy this restaurant.

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Checked this place out tonight. Arrived early for my res. and had a cocktail at the bar. Bartender was knowledgeable and made a few suggestions on the menu which we had been looking at online.
Dining room was full at 745 when I arrived. We were seated at 8 in a nice table, with painted glass screens separating us from the next group of diners. Tried the hot sake, next time maybe ill try one of the flavored ones.
Their drinks are kinda high, 8$ for Voss and 7-8$ for the tea selections. There is a good cabernet from Argentina for 9.

First course we went with the ahi summer rolls, hot sour soup, and soup dumplings. The Xiao Long Bao was everything we were promised, the soup was fair, we felt it was missing something, maybe lemon or vinegar. The rolls were interesting, the texture perfect, the citrus dipping sauce tasty. I felt the spicy ahi tuna slightly missed the mark and would have preferred just raw ahi maybe with wasabi or ginger sauce.

For dinner I chose the Mandarin duck 22$ and my love chose the Flat noodles 8$. The duck was flash seared and then braised and very tender, though just lightly seasoned. The menu said fresh vegetables but I received roasted potatoes instead, bummer. Flat noodles with chicken were excellent and well portioned.

Overall very good and exceeded expectations.

2
★★★★☆

Checked this place out tonight. Arrived early for my res. and had a cocktail at the bar. Bartender was knowledgeable and made a few suggestions on the menu which we had been looking at online.
Dining room was full at 745 when I arrived. We were seated at 8 in a nice table, with painted glass screens separating us from the next group of diners. Tried the hot sake, next time maybe ill try one of the flavored ones.
Their drinks are kinda high, 8$ for Voss and 7-8$ for the tea selections. There is a good cabernet from Argentina for 9.

First course we went with the ahi summer rolls, hot sour soup, and soup dumplings. The Xiao Long Bao was everything we were promised, the soup was fair, we felt it was missing something, maybe lemon or vinegar. The rolls were interesting, the texture perfect, the citrus dipping sauce tasty. I felt the spicy ahi tuna slightly missed the mark and would have preferred just raw ahi maybe with wasabi or ginger sauce.

For dinner I chose the Mandarin duck 22$ and my love chose the Flat noodles 8$. The duck was flash seared and then braised and very tender, though just lightly seasoned. The menu said fresh vegetables but I received roasted potatoes instead, bummer. Flat noodles with chicken were excellent and well portioned.

Overall very good and exceeded expectations.

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I love chinese food, and have eaten almost everywhere, and I believe Yao Fuzi's is quite simply the best chinese food in Texas!! An upscale chinese restaurant, similar to PF Chang's, but far better food, and more unique dishes. I've been several times, ordered several different things, and have never been disappointed. The soup dumplings are one of a kind, and you can't go wrong w/any of the specials. A little pricey, but well worth it. Very friendly waiters and owners make you feel very comfortable and welcome. I will most definately return as often as possible.

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★★★★★

I love chinese food, and have eaten almost everywhere, and I believe Yao Fuzi's is quite simply the best chinese food in Texas!! An upscale chinese restaurant, similar to PF Chang's, but far better food, and more unique dishes. I've been several times, ordered several different things, and have never been disappointed. The soup dumplings are one of a kind, and you can't go wrong w/any of the specials. A little pricey, but well worth it. Very friendly waiters and owners make you feel very comfortable and welcome. I will most definately return as often as possible.

Pros: Exceptional food.

Cons: Price

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Xiao long bao ! This dish alone is worth of visiting "Y.F.C" again and again,as well as many other things on and "off" the menu.
It helps a lot that place is very nice inside and stuff does their job right.
Skip that P.F.Chang trip and try the real deal!

2
★★★★★

Xiao long bao ! This dish alone is worth of visiting "Y.F.C" again and again,as well as many other things on and "off" the menu.
It helps a lot that place is very nice inside and stuff does their job right.
Skip that P.F.Chang trip and try the real deal!

Pros: SIMPLY THE BEST CHINESE IN DALLAS

Cons: NONE

 

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