Their service is exemplary; all of the employees are nice and cooperative. I had to organize a birthday party there and they were just as excited as I was. The food was freshly prepared during the party and brought out quickly in a timely manner. I would definitely think about planning another party there.
The China Garden is delightful because of its premium prepared Buddhist Delight. I have never tasted such fresh vegetables at a Chinese restaurant before. It is prepared in a clean environment so it is an especially attractive dish for vegetarians and vegans.
I've never tried anything other than the Sesame Chicken since I first set foot in there months ago. It's tangy, sweet, sour and you can taste the hints of garlic and ginger. I would definitely recommend it!
The service can be more customer oriented, it seems as if the workers just want to prepare the food, not interact with their customers. But I guess if they paid less attention to the food, it wouldn't be as delicious as it is. It's is fast Chinese take out at its premier. They also give you large portions, so you end up getting more than what you paid for!
This is probably one of my favorite five star Chinese restaurants. They have a high end tailored dining experience that will transport you to another country. It is warm, inviting, well - lit, romantic and offers top of the line Chinese food, with entree dishes ranging from $9-12. Try the Orange Chicken, it's zesty and sweet.
They must specialize in seafood because I have yet to try a dish that I can pass as simply mediocre. I would greatly recommend the steamed fish with hot bean sauce. If you're not into seafood and want to stick to poultry, try the Honey Sesame Chicken. Even the name makes my mouth water.
It's a lovely, small restaurant that offers a friendly, warm, informal dining experience. My colleagues and I just love to stop in after work and relax after a long day. It feels like we've known the employees for years. I would highly recommend General Tso's chicken, which is reasonably priced for less than $10.
A friend and I went to grab a causal dinner at Ho's Dynasty and it was absolutely delicious. I ordered the ginger chicken and my friend ordered the Buddhist Delight (sauteed vegetables) and both were altered to our taste buds. The ginger chicken was tangy, but it was sweet to level it out. The prices were also very reasonable.
I would recommend any of the lo mein varieties that Hong Kong offers. From their pork lo mein to their vegetable lo mein, everything is well cooked and the vegetables and meat is sauteed in their homemade sauce. It's always steaming hot and the level of spices is altered to your taste.
I've had China Kitchen only once, I didn't know what to think. The food had gotten cold by the time we got home, but that's probably due to the 15 minute drive. Most places still stay hot by the time we get home, so I didn't know if they had it sitting out there for a while before we picked it up, or if it was the drive. However, it still tasted delicious and their prices are bargains! It's probably one the lowest priced Chinese take-outs in this area.