China Chalet

★★★☆☆

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My office has lunch parties here regularly. I find it great for groups. It's got a fun, festive atmosphere for lunch especially - a little quiet at night. And it's not too expensive. They have great Mai Tais! And the food is consistently good.

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★★★★☆

My office has lunch parties here regularly. I find it great for groups. It's got a fun, festive atmosphere for lunch especially - a little quiet at night. And it's not too expensive. They have great Mai Tais! And the food is consistently good.

Pros: Mai Tais

Cons: Pretty empty for dinner.

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DONT GO HERE THE SERVICE IS REALY BAD THE WAITER TOLD US THAT WE DONT KNOW HOW TO EAT LOL AND IM A FRENCH CHEF , ALSO THE SOUP CAME WITH AN ANT AND A HAIR!!!

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DONT GO HERE THE SERVICE IS REALY BAD THE WAITER TOLD US THAT WE DONT KNOW HOW TO EAT LOL AND IM A FRENCH CHEF , ALSO THE SOUP CAME WITH AN ANT AND A HAIR!!!

Pros: nothing

Cons: the service and bad food

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This is the first Chinese restaurant I've tried in the immediate area.
We were served vegetable dumplings dim sum style, brought to us on a rolling tray table. They were pretty good, don't be scared that the dough is colored green. The wonton soup was good but not great. I would not get it again.. $3.50 for a small bowl!
The Sesame Chicken entree was excellent.. one of the best I've ever had!

Overall this is the most expensive Chinese menu I've ever seen, and there was no lunch menu to boot, which means during the day the entrees are still about 15 bucks each! We were in and out in 45 minutes because we were in a hurry. By the time we left at 1, the place was fully packed even though the seating area is very large.

2
★★★★☆

This is the first Chinese restaurant I've tried in the immediate area.
We were served vegetable dumplings dim sum style, brought to us on a rolling tray table. They were pretty good, don't be scared that the dough is colored green. The wonton soup was good but not great. I would not get it again.. $3.50 for a small bowl!
The Sesame Chicken entree was excellent.. one of the best I've ever had!

Overall this is the most expensive Chinese menu I've ever seen, and there was no lunch menu to boot, which means during the day the entrees are still about 15 bucks each! We were in and out in 45 minutes because we were in a hurry. By the time we left at 1, the place was fully packed even though the seating area is very large.

Pros: food

Cons: expensive, no lunch menu

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China Chalet is consistently good. The service and ambience are very good as Chinese restaurants go in this neighborhood. Large menu. Nothing exceptional, but consistently good food.

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★★★★☆

China Chalet is consistently good. The service and ambience are very good as Chinese restaurants go in this neighborhood. Large menu. Nothing exceptional, but consistently good food.

Pros: food, service

Cons: steep stairway

 

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