I have tried their chinese food twice to give them a fair chance. Both times the food was mildly warm, tasted old like they swiped it from the buffet table.
Why does the Anchorage press keeping voting them the best chinese food how much money are they getting paid to lie.
My personal favorites are Charlie's Bakery if you want truly authentic chinese food but not every person will like true Chinese cooking. True Chinese food doesn't overwhelm you with loads of syrupy sugar sauces, salty seasoning to hide the old meat. The food is lightly seasoned so you can enjoy the flavor the ingredients.
As far as Americanized chinese food goes I like the Jewel Lake Tea garden, Peking wok, and Imperial Palace. These places all serve their food hot and fresh. The Jewel Lake tea garden has been going a little down hill since the Chinese cooks are not making the food for the most part. The tea has trained beginners to take over and the quality varies quite a bit. If you do eat at the Tea Garden their shrimp lobster sauce is always great, I think that is because it is too difficult for a beginning cook to make so the Chinese cooks always make that themselves.
Another tip, if a restaurant has a buffet, and you want a separate meal, don't order anything that is in the buffet table.
I wish I'd have read these reviews earlier. When they said it would be atleast an hour and it showed up after 20 minutes I should've sent it back. My General Tsu chicken was squishy nibblets of soggy chicken drenched in some horrible smoke flavored sauce. And lets not leave out the fresh onion and green pepper. Which was as crunchy as all get out. I like onions and green pepper but it only added to this travesty. This went from their kitchen to my trash. Stay away. Your taste buds will thank you.
Save your $ you can get better food (and cheaper) at the supermarket. I ordered a dinner for two, sweet and sour pork/teriyaki chicken. The pork was plentiful yet just average. The chicken was actually strips of beef (i hope). The portions were inadequate 3 oz of beef for a main dish entree. This restaurant should be ashamed. If any anyone thinks this is good chinese food I would really not want to try thier idea of bad chinese food. PS got a raging headache 10 minutes after eating, hmmmmm can anyone say MSG overload.
I ordered 2 meals and a side of chicken fried rice.
they only delivered the meals, which was more close to cold than warm. the rice tasted old. they have Horible customer service and they are now making us wait another 45 minutes for the chicken fried rice, bad place to order chinse food
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