Rude staff, they could have just had a bad night but the staff was rude. The food was poorly described by the wait staff, and the fish I got was aweful. I'll give them one more try, but so far I'd say this is not a good place to eat.
We were looking for a nice Chinese restaurant for a birthday dinner for my father who loves chinese food. We visited the week before Christmas and found the decorated so beautifully. The staff was attentive and very friendly. We couldn't understand why more people weren't eating there on a Sunday around 12:30. We almost had the whole restaurant to ourselves. They played a birthday song and brought out a pie (that we had brought with us and asked them to bring out at the end of the meal) with candles lit for him. We ordered the Kung Pow (spelling?) Chicken and ordered it spicy with extra garlic. It was the best we had ever had and Kung Pow chicken is our favorite. We also ordered spring rolls and sweet and sour chicken. They brought out large portions and both fried rice and steamed rice. There wasn't anything we didn't like about the food or the experience. My husband and I plan to definitely return for a date night and split another order of Kung Pow Chicken.
After some strong recommendations from a couple of knowledgeable Yelpers, we gave this place a try for lunch today. I must admit that finding it was quite the mini-adventure.
When the GPS lady said: your destination is on the left, my first thought was - I don't see authentic Szechuan food coming from RCB. So, I continued on aways, and circled back, and looped around, while Sweet Alice suggested I ask for directions. I, of course, refused - if the GPS lady can't find it, why should I believe a complete stranger could help. We called the restaurant, they informed us the RBC was indeed our destination - Alice felt vindicated, while the GPS lady was strangely quiet.
This is a nice place, roomy, with Chinese lanterns that are a bit much. We were initially given the standard Americanized lunch menu, but ask for the authentic menu, which is extensive.
I was going to order the Hot Pot Beef, and said I wanted it spicy - the waiter said if I wanted spicy, I should try the Lamb Cumin, and I did. Really didn't care for it - entirely too much cumin taste - it smothered the lamb completely - and the heat was moderate only.
We also tried the 3 Pepper Chicken, which was hot, really hot. I liked this dish, but I really feel that Super Woks version is better - it doesn't have actual peppercorns in it, just sliced peppers.
The Dan Dan Noodles were good, with some nice green onions, but little meat, and almost no heat. I liked the flavor, but again, there is better available in this area, for my taste at least.
We'll definitely give this place another try. The service was excellent, although they placed the first four parties in four consecutive booths, when the entire restaurant was open. The owner came by after we ordered to be sure we really wanted very spicy food - nice touch.
We used to really like this restaurant and go there very often. Now we are down to never from about once a year. Always the food looks and tastes like it has been sitting out a long time. Not fresh and no variety. Same food now as there was 10 years ago.
This chinese has gone thru many ups and downs in the last few years. Thru change in mannagement, change in menu, and even drastic changes in atmosphere. Today it has become a pleasent hide away for a select few. The buffet has a wide varity, the waiters are friendly, and the atmosphere is so/so.
It seems as if the food is left on the buffet forever thou and The waiters/waitresses are nice yet unattentive. However other then that, It is wonderful.
We found this out of the way Chinese place over a year ago. Our kids love to go out on weekends for chinese but this place we avoid. While the atmosphere is great and they are great with the kids we find that the service is lacking. The
food when we found it was great but now ithere are problems with the food not
being replaced fast enough to serve everyone or it's been out too long and just taste bad.
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