Have a taste of it all when you choose to dine in or order takeout from Ocean China Restaurant. Make a complete meal out of our appetizers, soups and ... More
Ocean China Restaurant
Have a taste of it all when you choose to dine in or order takeout from Ocean China Restaurant. Make a complete meal out of our appetizers, soups and entrees made of chicken, beef, pork or seafood. Or you could take a cue from the head of our kitchen and order one of the Chefac2s Recommendations. We also offer fried rice, noodles and egg foo young to make sure you get enough of what youac2re craving. We deliver every day from 11:00 a.m. to 9:45 p.m. Get it all brought to you when you order online.
Great lunch specials-
Order the spicy lamb and get a hot, non-greasy chicken wing and eggroll (I've seen them making their own hot mustard!),fried rice with eggs and veggies,deliciously tender thinly sliced lamb bathed, not drowned in a hot brown sauce, surrounded by a ring of vibrantly green crisp-tender brocolli.Oh, yes, the included won-ton or hot and sour soups are excellent,haven't tried the egg drop.
I have a good appetite, but it's almost too much....If two people share an appetizer like the chicken in lettuce wraps, there will be leftovers.
The shrimp,asparagus and mushroom is also excellent.
Service is fast and attentive, prices beyond reasonable, very clean.
Frankly,it's the only strictly Chinese restaurant I eat at, and I want them to stay in business,but not get TOO popular...You will enjoy it!
My family really likes this place. We've been going for years and have liked it every time. We like mooshi vegetable, sesame chicken, broccoli beef, fried rice w/meat, chicken schezwan. (I know I misspelled some of those dishes, but you get my drift.) The service is usually good too.
Pay with cash though. They've been known to add to the credit card total.
My husband and I go there every once in a while, the food is great and prices are very comparable to other restaurants. However my only complaint is the fact that their red sauce is so watery that when you dunk stuff in it, it just runs right back off. In my opinion if you want to dip food in something, it should at least stick to it so you can taste it.
It's right around the block from my house, so we order takeout from here often. The servings are HUGE, and it's really not all that expensive. Plus, the food is delicious. I've never actually sat down to eat there, but I'd like to one of these days because the decorations in the restaurant are lovely.
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