This well-established Chinese restaurant, located near the Phoenix Art Museum , offers intimate surroundings and excellent service. Zen-like ... More
This well-established Chinese restaurant, located near the Phoenix Art Museum , offers intimate surroundings and excellent service. Zen-like tranquility surrounds your isolated booth or table. Soothing sounds of trickling water and greenery combine to complete this downtown oasis. Your appetite will succumb to the well-prepared dishes like Lemon Chicken, or Shrimp with Lobster Sauce. A daily lunch buffet is offered and includes all-you-can-eat choices. It is an excellent choice for a quiet meal with a friend or business associate.
My wife and I moved to this part of town a few months ago and have been going here at least once a week since we discovered it. We not only love the food but enjoy the atmosphere as well.
We have always had excellent service and even better food. I usually get the same thing when I eat Chinese but I have tried at least 12 different items on the menu because the flavor is so good in all of their dishes.
I highly recommend for a great dinner at a place with a nice dim yet warm atmosphere.
Okay, this is my first time ever reviewing a restaraunt but after reading what this one guy said, I have to respond. My wife and I have been customers of this place for almost 3 years now. We literally eat there once or twice a week!
The mongolian beef is outstanding. However, it may sound strange but I look forward to the wonton soup. My wife loves the eggrolls.
The service is fantastic! Everyone there knows us and greets us like friends. Even the cooks.
It's usually busy and still each server takes the time to listen and pay attention. The food is served fresh, hot and quickly.
It's not a buffet thank God! I hate Chinese buffets. They're full, hot and nothing but crying babies and people touching everyone else's food.
This is a nice restaraunt where you order off the menu. Made for only you and not 100 other people in bulk.
Although the decorations are getting better, the restaurant is overall the best chinese grub I've had for awhile. I found out that they had to move from their original location in Central. The reason being is that their original location was burnt down (as a result of thieves trying to steal copper). I can only imagine how difficult and traumatizing that was placed on the family after their original location caught on fire. I go to Autumn Court consistently about once a week. The waiters and waitresses are courteous. They have taken the time to know my name and acknowledge me every time I stop by to eat. I don't experience this kind of service and courtesy displayed in society today. I'll admit my knowledge of restaurants aren't on par with the critics that you read everyday in the paper but I
I've been to this restuarant several times and it's gotten worse as time gos on. I will say this the place is much nicer since they moved to there new location on Indian School. The food is OK. a group of us have twice had to return the chicken lettuce wraps they were cold and greasy. I like vegetables so i've ordered the chinese greens with black mushrooms. and the plate came with just ordinary vegies no chinese greens and a few(one or two) sliced up black mushrooms.I asked the waiter where are my chinese greens and black mushrooms and he just said that they were all out. This has happened three times so i dont bother ordering that any more. What eles i may have ordered i find the portion to small for what you pay. I would not go out of my way to go here
I am a very picky person where I eat so I was a bit nervous to try. However this place had a wonderful atmosphere. The food was served very hot and fresh and was delicious. The portions were very large and inexpensive in price. The staff was very friendly and remembered us when we came back a few weeks later. Will be going back again and again.
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