I completely agreed with Cindy s comments. I did read Cindy s comments before I went to Chinatown Restaurant. I noted that Cindy s comments were made two years ago and so I thought they should have improved by now. Guess what, I was wrong. This was my first time eating there and it will be my last.
We have been going to West Yellowstone every year for many years and I'm sad to say that the quality of Chinatown has been going down steadily each year. This year, not only was the service poor, but the food quality was very poor. The price was not very good considering the quaility of the food either. Even when we asked for our ticket, our server did not bring it and we had to go to the cashier to pay for it there. After this year, we'll definitely NOT be eating there again...they leave the door open as well, and there are flies buzzing around the food...not my idea of a great place to eat...and the cleanliness has gone down as well. On a 1-5 star basis, with 5 being the best, I would give these guys a 2 at most.
Maybe owned by a main land chinese, the taste is pretty good for people from main land China. The volume is little bit small, but the price is good and the taste is good.
We came back again and again.
Do make sure to check your bill, they will add 15% tip automatically.
Good service, food hot & on the table quickly. Good & unique flavors compared with traditional urban chinese restaurants. Was pleasantly pleased. Many of the typical tourista restaurants in town crowded, long waits, and attitude. Waiters & waitresses prompt. The decor was a little dated, but you don't come her for the decor, you come for the good food, and prompt service.
They put tips as part of the total amount on the check. We were in a hurry and didn't look carefully, so (be default) added another 15%, paying tips TWICE! Given the food and ambiance, we don't want to go back, honestly.