Absolutely GREAT!! Myself and my Fiance love to make time at least once a month to visit. We live about 40 miles from their location, however it is worth the time and the gas money. We always get treated as if we were part of the owners family and we have yet to order something that was not simply wonderful. Everyone should check this place out, cozy, comfortable and for the guys like myself thay always have on ESPN lol. I recommend getting the Combo Fried Rice, Salt and Pepper Prawns, and Honey Glazed Walnut Prawns!!! DELICIOUS!!!
Went for a quick lunch today. I was seated and served promptly. I ordered frum the luncheon combos, $7.90 gets a very decent portion, rice or chow mein, egg roll and a little salad bowl and hot and sour soup cup too. Water was automatically brought out as well.
Everything was quickly prepared and served and the food was good. Veggies were quite freshwith the black bean sauce chicken I ordered. Good stuff. I will go back and support this place, certainly does appear to be a locally owned and operated place, and the restaurant was clean.
I am 50 years old, and have eaten Chinese food in New York, Georgia, Washington, and Chicago, but I have never ordered a menu item like Kong Pao Chicken without rice being included. Yes, a large order of Kong Pao Chicken with no rice. I called the restaurant back and they said you only get rice if you request it. We are in American and rice is the least expensive thing served in a chinese restaurant other than fortune cookies. By the way, they were very eager to ask you have many fortune cookies you wanted. If you dare to try this restaurant, don't forget to ask for rice if it's normally included with your favorite dish.
I visited this restaurant in May and I have been back several times now. I really liked their use of fresh vegetables and higher quality meats. This is probably the best Chinese Food Restaurant in Pleasanton area. Easy to park, good prices, and very fresh ingredients make this a very enjoyable restaurant for both take out and sit down dinners.
This was the best Chinese food we've had in the area so far. But we're still hoping to find better. The hot and sour soup was quite good, perfect flavor and consistency. House chow mein noodles were good, but the meat in it seemed like it was added last minute and kinda dry. Tofu and mixed vegetables was surprisingly tasty and good. I would definitely eat here again, but will also keep looking for better.
So I went to this place for lunch; cause I went there for dinner some time ago and I happened to be in the area. The lunches were about $6.50 and came with a small egg-foo-young soup and a small lettuce salad. I got the garlic fish which was pieces of fish fillets, battered and undoubtedly fried and covered with sauce. VERDICT: the soup was ok, although I prefer hot-and-sour. It looked like real shreds of egg and was plain. The lettuce salad had a reasonable sauce with pieces of noodles in it - it was ok. The main was ok - the fried rice looked to have been worked over and the grains looked like they were beaten - again ok. The fish fillet pieces were small, and in a reasonable quantity. Looked like real garlic pieces. The egg roll was acceptable. For lunch - for $6.50 or so it was ok - definitely not the Chinese food I usually eat, but reasonable for a suburb strip-mall setting. I think downtown Pleasanton has better chinese restaurants, but probably at a higher price. I hate to say it, but I think this place is for typical (white suburban) people who wouldn't dare to eat in an authentic Chinese restaurant in Oakland's Chinatown. Children will probably find the food acceptable as its not too hot or spicy.
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