Liang's Hunan Restaurant

★★★☆☆

About Liang's Hunan Restaurant

Hours
Sunday 11:30AM - 11:45PM ,Monday 11:30AM - 11:45PM ,Tuesday 11:30AM - 11:45PM ,Wednesday 11:30AM - 11:45PM ,Thursday 11:30AM - 11:45PM ,Friday 11:30AM - 11:45PM ,Saturday 11:30AM - 11:45PM

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Me and my girlfriend where both in the mood for chinese but it was midnight on a monday so i figured my chances on finding a decent chinese joint where slim but a quick google search brought Liangs to my attention which said open till 1

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★★★★★

Me and my girlfriend where both in the mood for chinese but it was midnight on a monday so i figured my chances on finding a decent chinese joint where slim but a quick google search brought Liangs to my attention which said open till 1

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I love Chinese food, and this place really makes Chinese food the way it should be. Last week I ordered General Tso's, 2 egg rolls and some lo mein for my girlfriend. The Tso's chicken had a really good flavor, and just the right amount of

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★★★★★

I love Chinese food, and this place really makes Chinese food the way it should be. Last week I ordered General Tso's, 2 egg rolls and some lo mein for my girlfriend. The Tso's chicken had a really good flavor, and just the right amount of

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I have never written a review for a restaurant before, but I was so appalled by the service and the food from this place that I couldn't resist. I ordered takeout online, and the food finally came after calling the restaurant 3 times to find out what was taking so long. The first two times, the man on the other end was snippy and rushed me off the phone with a huffy "On the way, on the way." I have never had to scold someone over the phone before but the third phone call I was forced to demand a refund if the food was not received soon. Magically, the food showed up after I told the guy I wanted my money back, and I opened up my carton of chicken lo mein and it was all onion, celery and mushrooms. The noodles were the slimiest, most disgusting noodle I'd eaten in my life, but I was so hungry and angry that I choked them down anyway (trying hard not to gag).

Such a disappointment. Needless to say, I won't be ordering from Liang's again, and I discourage anyone from doing so in the future.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have never written a review for a restaurant before, but I was so appalled by the service and the food from this place that I couldn't resist. I ordered takeout online, and the food finally came after calling the restaurant 3 times to find out what was taking so long. The first two times, the man on the other end was snippy and rushed me off the phone with a huffy "On the way, on the way." I have never had to scold someone over the phone before but the third phone call I was forced to demand a refund if the food was not received soon. Magically, the food showed up after I told the guy I wanted my money back, and I opened up my carton of chicken lo mein and it was all onion, celery and mushrooms. The noodles were the slimiest, most disgusting noodle I'd eaten in my life, but I was so hungry and angry that I choked them down anyway (trying hard not to gag).

Such a disappointment. Needless to say, I won't be ordering from Liang's again, and I discourage anyone from doing so in the future.

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I order from Liang's every time I'm up late studying. I never really liked Chinese food until I started eating from this place, just thinking about their food makes my mouth water. The dumplings are spectacular, the Tso's Chicken will blow your mind, and the Sweet and Sour Chicken is more tasty than a $40 steak! Just came on to say, you haven't eaten Pittsburgh Chinese food unless you've had Liang's.

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★★★★★

I order from Liang's every time I'm up late studying. I never really liked Chinese food until I started eating from this place, just thinking about their food makes my mouth water. The dumplings are spectacular, the Tso's Chicken will blow your mind, and the Sweet and Sour Chicken is more tasty than a $40 steak! Just came on to say, you haven't eaten Pittsburgh Chinese food unless you've had Liang's.

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I've eaten at this place four times so far, and each time it gets better and better! Their eggrolls are so good, and their General Tso's Chicken is to die for! Eat here, you won't regret it! I got my friends to start coming too and they like it. I promise you, this place will put you in for a treat!

2
★★★★★

I've eaten at this place four times so far, and each time it gets better and better! Their eggrolls are so good, and their General Tso's Chicken is to die for! Eat here, you won't regret it! I got my friends to start coming too and they like it. I promise you, this place will put you in for a treat!

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I started ordering from this place last spring, mainly because they're the only Chinese place that's open so late. Everything I've ordered so far has been so Delicious, but after trying the Beijing Duck, I just had to go on a website and talk about this place! They're so darn good!

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★★★★★

I started ordering from this place last spring, mainly because they're the only Chinese place that's open so late. Everything I've ordered so far has been so Delicious, but after trying the Beijing Duck, I just had to go on a website and talk about this place! They're so darn good!

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I ordered from Liang's Hunan, and it was, without a doubt, the worst food experience I have ever been a part of. I'm pretty sure that after eating the dried up sludge they try to pass as crab rangoons, I have lost bits of my soul that I can never retrieve.

Usually, I go to Taiwan Cafe in Oakland during the day (the BEST Chinese food!) or use How Lee in Squirrel Hill for delivery, another fine option. However, both were closed when I got home last night, so I thought "Huh. Liang's Hunan...never heard of it, but it's the only option that's not 5,000 pizza places." I should;ve gotten the pizza...I should've eaten what I had at home. Heck, I would rather eat a fungus and dirty sock sandwich with a warm glass of Lighter Fluid than eat this garbage again. Honestly, how is this place still in business? We need to, as a society, inform the Better Business Bureau- or maybe even the FBI, because I'm pretty sure Liang's Hunan has broken several international laws in what they peddle as "authentic Chinese cuisine."

If you are thinking to yourself "Man. Only the naysayers come on sites like this. It's late, no place is open; I'll just give them a call," please take your phone, did it in battery acid, sprinkle with woodchips, and chow down. I guarantee a better experience than what you would get at Liang's Hunan.

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★☆☆☆☆

I ordered from Liang's Hunan, and it was, without a doubt, the worst food experience I have ever been a part of. I'm pretty sure that after eating the dried up sludge they try to pass as crab rangoons, I have lost bits of my soul that I can never retrieve.

Usually, I go to Taiwan Cafe in Oakland during the day (the BEST Chinese food!) or use How Lee in Squirrel Hill for delivery, another fine option. However, both were closed when I got home last night, so I thought "Huh. Liang's Hunan...never heard of it, but it's the only option that's not 5,000 pizza places." I should;ve gotten the pizza...I should've eaten what I had at home. Heck, I would rather eat a fungus and dirty sock sandwich with a warm glass of Lighter Fluid than eat this garbage again. Honestly, how is this place still in business? We need to, as a society, inform the Better Business Bureau- or maybe even the FBI, because I'm pretty sure Liang's Hunan has broken several international laws in what they peddle as "authentic Chinese cuisine."

If you are thinking to yourself "Man. Only the naysayers come on sites like this. It's late, no place is open; I'll just give them a call," please take your phone, did it in battery acid, sprinkle with woodchips, and chow down. I guarantee a better experience than what you would get at Liang's Hunan.

Pros: It was nourishment

Cons: loss of happiness in life, worst Chinese "food" in history

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I do not how to say this, it is so bad~~~~~~
It is the first time I leave out the chinese place hungry.
In generally, the dish is overpriced and the food is awful!
We went for dinner and ordered combination combination laomian. It is served cold and tastes sour. From the color of the noodle and the vegetable, you know it is from leftover. I believed it is the leftover from their lunch buffet and they just put it in the microwave.
Even just the white rice tastes weird. (How the white rice can be steamed wrong????) It tastes like it went bad. I do not know when they cook that or how long they leave them outside. I could not have another spoon of that.
And the onion beef, the meat or sauce taste so odd. I did not eat anything.
We sat like 5 minutes and left. I really do not want to stay there longer. The lesson learned is that I will never ever go back to that place again!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

I do not how to say this, it is so bad~~~~~~
It is the first time I leave out the chinese place hungry.
In generally, the dish is overpriced and the food is awful!
We went for dinner and ordered combination combination laomian. It is served cold and tastes sour. From the color of the noodle and the vegetable, you know it is from leftover. I believed it is the leftover from their lunch buffet and they just put it in the microwave.
Even just the white rice tastes weird. (How the white rice can be steamed wrong????) It tastes like it went bad. I do not know when they cook that or how long they leave them outside. I could not have another spoon of that.
And the onion beef, the meat or sauce taste so odd. I did not eat anything.
We sat like 5 minutes and left. I really do not want to stay there longer. The lesson learned is that I will never ever go back to that place again!!!

Cons: awful food

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...i called these dudes TWO minutes before closing-time, on a sunday, man...and they still (happily) brought me an awesome meal all the way from downtown (i live in Bloomfield).
im not suggesting anyone make it a habit of callin these cats at the last minute, but, the last thing a work-worn stoner needs to hear at one in the morning is, " sorry were closing soon". and these guys wont dissapoint.

------- Munchie says, Dig-in, man ! so Munchie has written, so it should be done !! -_-

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★★★★☆

...i called these dudes TWO minutes before closing-time, on a sunday, man...and they still (happily) brought me an awesome meal all the way from downtown (i live in Bloomfield).
im not suggesting anyone make it a habit of callin these cats at the last minute, but, the last thing a work-worn stoner needs to hear at one in the morning is, " sorry were closing soon". and these guys wont dissapoint.

------- Munchie says, Dig-in, man ! so Munchie has written, so it should be done !! -_-

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curry chicken -- wasn't curry chicken, tasted like bologna!!
hot sour soup -- tasted only like black pepper
string beans -- the best thing, but like everything else -- delivered cold i should have listened to the other reviews, but it was the only place that delivered it was similar to ordering a pizza and having them deliver a microwave pizza. totally SUX!!

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★☆☆☆☆

curry chicken -- wasn't curry chicken, tasted like bologna!!
hot sour soup -- tasted only like black pepper
string beans -- the best thing, but like everything else -- delivered cold i should have listened to the other reviews, but it was the only place that delivered it was similar to ordering a pizza and having them deliver a microwave pizza. totally SUX!!

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curry chicken -- wasn't curry chicken, tasted like bologna!!
hot sour soup -- tasted only like black pepper
string beans -- the best thing, but like everything else -- delivered cold

i should have listened to the other reviews, but it was the only place that delivered

it was similar to ordering a pizza and having them deliver a microwave pizza.

totally SUX!!

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★☆☆☆☆

curry chicken -- wasn't curry chicken, tasted like bologna!!
hot sour soup -- tasted only like black pepper
string beans -- the best thing, but like everything else -- delivered cold

i should have listened to the other reviews, but it was the only place that delivered

it was similar to ordering a pizza and having them deliver a microwave pizza.

totally SUX!!

Pros: they remembered the chop sticks

Cons: it was so disgusting i threw up

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This place has excellent eggrolls but that's about the only good thing I can say. The delivery is always late by at least 45 minutes. They don't pay attention to special instructions. My friend ordered sweet and sour chicken and requested it without onions (not a hard thing to do). But when it arrived (late I might add) his chicken was in a bowl full of onions. There were tons of them. He couldn't eat the dish because he has food allergies. We called and complained and the restaurant said "it is not our bussiness practice to read special instructions". They refused to send us the corrected order or refund the charge. Also I have ordered there in the past and requested two eggrolls and they stiff you and only give you one, even though you are charged for two.

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★☆☆☆☆

This place has excellent eggrolls but that's about the only good thing I can say. The delivery is always late by at least 45 minutes. They don't pay attention to special instructions. My friend ordered sweet and sour chicken and requested it without onions (not a hard thing to do). But when it arrived (late I might add) his chicken was in a bowl full of onions. There were tons of them. He couldn't eat the dish because he has food allergies. We called and complained and the restaurant said "it is not our bussiness practice to read special instructions". They refused to send us the corrected order or refund the charge. Also I have ordered there in the past and requested two eggrolls and they stiff you and only give you one, even though you are charged for two.

Pros: Late Delivery

Cons: Food is not on time, they get your order wrong 90% of the time

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I had a conference at the Pittsburgh Convention Center this June and discovered this restaurant as I was passing by because it was so closely located to the Convention Center. Not only the location was good, but also the food was so authentic. I have eaten at many Chinese Restaurants in multiple cities and this one was the best, most authentic Chinese food I have eaten. After two days of myself and Chinese colleagues, we all decided to gather all the Chinese members of our conference to eat at this restaurant. We estimated to bring 40 people, however 70 people showed up. I thought that this restaurant would not be able to handle the extra amount in such a short time, but I was surprised how Mr. Liang and his crew not only accommodated all 70 people, but was also amazed at the quality of the food that was consistently presented to us, hot and delicious. I will always remember how much I enjoyed the food there. Our group was charged $15 per person, but the quality and quantity of the food was surely at least $20 per person.

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★★★★★

I had a conference at the Pittsburgh Convention Center this June and discovered this restaurant as I was passing by because it was so closely located to the Convention Center. Not only the location was good, but also the food was so authentic. I have eaten at many Chinese Restaurants in multiple cities and this one was the best, most authentic Chinese food I have eaten. After two days of myself and Chinese colleagues, we all decided to gather all the Chinese members of our conference to eat at this restaurant. We estimated to bring 40 people, however 70 people showed up. I thought that this restaurant would not be able to handle the extra amount in such a short time, but I was surprised how Mr. Liang and his crew not only accommodated all 70 people, but was also amazed at the quality of the food that was consistently presented to us, hot and delicious. I will always remember how much I enjoyed the food there. Our group was charged $15 per person, but the quality and quantity of the food was surely at least $20 per person.

Pros: Late Night Delivery

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I do not label a restaurant worst food ever lightly. I have eaten at lots of chinese places. I travel a lot on business and frequently eat Chinese. I also grew up in the Washington DC area, so I know what chinese food is supposed to taste like since we have all the embasies in our area. I am also familiar with different regions of china and the different cooking styles, so I understand it when hunan chicken made in a Cantonese restaurant is not as spicy as I would like. I also have seen the differences when chinese food is made by other asian cultures, such as Japanese or Thai. However, in all those cases the food is edible and tasty in its own way. This places food was inedible.
First, the wonton soup was loaded with pepper. The BBQ Spare ribs had what tasted like masterpiece BBQ sauce on it. The dumplings were odd looking and tasted like the wrapper was made of cardboard. The General Tsaos Chicken tasted more like sweet and sour chicken made spicy, but not nearly as tasty. The pork with garlic sauces meat had such an odd texture I could not eat it.
In all, the only thing I ate was the General Tsaos chicken, but I seriously considered ordering food from somewhere else and throwing it all away. I did throw away all but one bite of everything else.

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★☆☆☆☆

I do not label a restaurant worst food ever lightly. I have eaten at lots of chinese places. I travel a lot on business and frequently eat Chinese. I also grew up in the Washington DC area, so I know what chinese food is supposed to taste like since we have all the embasies in our area. I am also familiar with different regions of china and the different cooking styles, so I understand it when hunan chicken made in a Cantonese restaurant is not as spicy as I would like. I also have seen the differences when chinese food is made by other asian cultures, such as Japanese or Thai. However, in all those cases the food is edible and tasty in its own way. This places food was inedible.
First, the wonton soup was loaded with pepper. The BBQ Spare ribs had what tasted like masterpiece BBQ sauce on it. The dumplings were odd looking and tasted like the wrapper was made of cardboard. The General Tsaos Chicken tasted more like sweet and sour chicken made spicy, but not nearly as tasty. The pork with garlic sauces meat had such an odd texture I could not eat it.
In all, the only thing I ate was the General Tsaos chicken, but I seriously considered ordering food from somewhere else and throwing it all away. I did throw away all but one bite of everything else.

Pros: You can order online

Cons: Food so bad you wouldnt feed it to your dog

 

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