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Posted by margit on 06/15/2014
I like my favourite Mandarin Chicken with noodles instead of rice. There was extra 99 cents for noodles in addition to price for the dish plus tax. Why? I called restaurant and manager explained to me as follows: Our prices are including rice as a standard. Fried rice, noodles are extra. Well, I guess I should get "standard" dish with noodles I was charged extra for with rice on the side which is included!
Posted by He Who Eats Alone on 08/25/2009
I'm a regular to this Asian Diner, and I must say I love it. The service is great. Everyone who recognizes me says Hello, and greets me with a smile. The food always comes out fast, and mood of the place is exceptional. While I have tried almost everything, I definantly have my favorites. First to drink, always try the Orange Green Tea it is amazing. My favorite appetizer are the crab wontons. My favorite dish is the orange peel chicken, however the pei wei spicy is great too. I love this place and I reccommend it to all!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2008
For those of you who do not know, this place is owned by PF Changs and is basically a cheaper version of the same menu. I highly recommend their chicken lettuce wraps and dan dan noodles, these are my favorite things to order from here. Some of their other [select]ions are similar to those on a normal chinese take out menu, but taste a lot different. For example, the lo mein does not taste a thing like what you would think. If you decide to go to this place, go with an open mind and try something different. It may not be authentic asian, but it's a nice change from the usual take out.
Posted by EMC on 06/14/2008
My family visited this place a few nights ago and was terribly disappointed. As some bloggers elsewhere already mentioned, they expected to be "served" when they arrived. Instead, you go to the cashier, place your order from a limited menu, just as you would at any take-out place.They give you a number and you find yourself a seat. (The place was pretty empty on a Friday night when we were there but I hear that it can get busy on weekends.) You place a number that was handed out to you when you place your order and then you go serve yourself drinks from the fountain. How's that? You also get your flatware and whatever else you need , from the soda fountain area. Then comes the food. It didn't take long and we were served our appetizer, and a couple of minutes (literally) after that they brought in our entrees. This is a real disappointment for me. I had tasted better dishes from Chinese take-out places than this. The food LOOKED okay but it was very bland and not tasting "Asian" at all. (Mind you, I am Asian so I know what I am talking about.) The so-called Pad Thai tasted like paper, was dry and not spicy at all. My family who normally finishes half of any serving at any restaurant, Asian included, barely touched their food. I didn't bother to taste their order. Their not eating it is enough testament to me. So I looked at who is doing the cooking. (The kitchen is open, like hibachi style). Could it be because the "chefs" are not Asian? In fact, I haven't any Asian employee in this place at all. I guess my overall impression of this place is "a Chinese take-out with seating". If what you are after is cheap food, fairly large quantity for the price, and fast service, this is the place for you. For someone expecting to savor a true Asian dish, go somewhere else truly Asian. And oh yes, although the only "service: we got was our food being delivered to our table, we did leave a tip.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/25/2008
Food is not the greatest, but you get what you pay for. Very affordable, fast service, clean. 100 x better than any other local chinese take out places.
Posted by nicole on 01/08/2008
the food is amazing and the prices are great too....the only drawback is when its really busy you have to sit really close to other diners..but its still worth it