Best Chinese Restaurants In Washington Near Me

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1. Great Wall Szechuan House

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376 reviews
Great Wall Szechuan House
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: 1527 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 797-8888

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Anthony Stewart: Generous portions and food doesn’t take too long to reach the table; as a vegetarian, I was glad to see many options. Unfortunately, they delivered one portion of my meal with meat, even though it was ordered vegetarian. I thought it tasted funny, but I didn’t want to make an issue when I was unsure. By the third bite, I was certain and even spat out the meat into my napkin to inspect the rather large chunk of it. (Needless to say, I had to excuse myself from the table for a moment.) I mentioned it to the waitress and she “handled” it. Handling it meant that they apologized and brought a new, vegetarian version out and assured me that all was in order. They still charged me instead of simply taking it off of my bill. If they’d done that, I’d go back, but since they didn’t, I won’t be going back. Pity. They chose $1.95 one time instead of absorbing the cost and having me return dozens of times over the next few years. Oh, well!

Haleigh Eppler: Great neighborhood spot for take out Chinese. I love the ma la menu for that mouth numbing spice. I always mean to take a picture but find myself devouring my food first. The meifun options are also well made. I haven’t had the American Chinese food here so can’t speak to that.

MrMrs K: I love this place. If possible, Great Wall, please stop limiting your DoorDash delivery radius. Door Dash generally delivers anywhere but your page routinely is either not accepting delivery orders at all OR says my house is too far.

timliu75 tim: We had a high hope to get some decent Szechuan dishes from this place, but the dishes come out at average levels. We ordered the Tofu Fish Fillet with Spicy Sauce, but the Tofu cubes were bland. The fish-flavored eggplants were a little greasy. I think their American-Chinese dishes might worth trying.

Nafis Imroz Khan: Would've given 0 stars if that was possible. Chicken wontons had absolutely no chicken in it. Crispy Szechuan beef was pretty much only flour. And it was the least crispy thing you can ever have. It was as soft and mushy as you can imagine. Cashew chicken didn't seem like it was chicken, god knows what it was. In one entire order I found 1 piece of soft cashew. Shrimp toast tasted like regular toasted bread.

Peter Ahn: First and last time ordering from this place. Ordered mapo tofu with pork and rice to go. After opening it at home, tofu looked too chunky when mapo tofu supposed to show cottage cheese like appearance but with silkier texture. Spat it back out after swallowing only a little bit of the first bite immediately followed by rinsing my mouth. Somehow it smells and tastes like some harsh chemical like Windex or something. DC health department needs to be involved.

Nathan Cornell: Do not trust this place. They don't respect their customers. The website clearly says they are open until 930pm. We walked from our place 25 minutes to get there. Arrived at 910pm. They pushed us out. Said they are closed. Apparently they close when they feel like it. Doesn't matter to them how far you traveled to see them. Have respect for your customers. Walmart doesn't close early because they are not busy for example. Don't travel there past 730pm I guess. They close when they want to

Sam Wiles: Very good traditional Szechuan food. The ma po tofu was amazing and the ma la wontons were the best I've had in a long time. My friend got the General Tso's chicken, which I joked was the least Chinese item on the menu. It was also great with a special Szechuan twist on it. I will have to come back and try more on the menu.

Sean Holland: Confirmed our order and kept us waiting for 30 minutes before they canceled it. Also one time we ordered and they were obviously out of chicken because they literally gave us store-bought frozen chicken nuggets in our dishes.

Özge Yoluk: Amazing food, friendly service! Tried roasted pork Chow Fun noodle dish, not spicy, soft, well cooked. A bit on the oily side if you don't like oily food.

2. City Lights of China

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270 reviews
City Lights of China
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: 1731 Connecticut Ave NW #1, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 265-6688

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Lani: I ordered General Tso and it was General No... The general tso chicken had a very weird taste, super salty/savory. It was nasty. My fried rice had no egg, despite the description stating otherwise. And the chicken wings lol we ordered 5 but it came in 5 separate part wings so it was 2.5 wings for $7. The white rice was stale. The food was pre labeled so I feel like it was pre made. Just chose another place. Not worth the headache or money wasted

John Foodie: Got no place to eat for quick bite but found this place in D.C. only take out but can sit to eat like McDonald’s. The food surprisingly good , order beef ho fun wide noodles and tofu lo men dish just ate in inside provide with plastic utensils. Just order simple comfort food. Food can get soggy in containers if taking home and depend on distance and time. It better eat it right out of kitchen.

Milly Vadi: If I could give this place zero stars I would. The food was disgusting and the service was horrible. Does this look like orange chicken? Because I ordered orange chicken and this is what I got. I ordered white rice to go with it and we did not receive that. When I called them they told me to call Uber. When I explained that all Uber did was pick up and deliver the food they prepared and packaged they still told me to call Uber. That’s not all, I paid a lot of money for my order, the ribs and fried rice were stale. My 10 yrs old daughter spit out the fried rice. My husband said there was some random brown pieces of something in the orange chicken. The egg drop soup had no taste. My daughters also hated the chicken lomein. The only thing that tastes good was the fortune cookie and the coke. Please, do not order from here. You will be disappointed and disgusted.

Brittany Jeffries: I am reluctantly disappointed in the food. Based on the rating and its location, I thought the food would be bomb. It was not. I should have known it wouldn't be that great because I ordered it 17 min before it arrived😒 I ordered a spring roll, wonton soup, and general Tsos chicken. They arrived in marked containers making me feel as though they precooked the food and then sent it out.. The roll was burnt and the insides unrecognizable.😑 The soup was delicious, I'll give them that. Great flavor and texture, the wonton was done well. The chicken y'all.....I almost cried. It was dry as hell and had no sauce. Now, the sauce was not sweet or spicy, it had a more savory feel to it and was not the flavor I'm used to having eaten this dish for 20 years. I think some people would like it but they should rename it. Ginger soy chicken or something. Way too overpriced for the level of quality and freshness.

Eddies: I was in a hurry to grab lunch before heading to a meeting. Usually go to the New Dynasty on P Street but not enough time. Ordered Kung Pao Tofu and an egg roll. As I waited I noticed that the place was doing a fantastic take-out business, as delivery driver after driver appeared to pick up orders. I thought to myself, this must be a terrific place. Nope, terrible! The tofu was a plate of fried tofu. So fried, in fact, that they were a plate full of small fried squares resembling small tater tots. These were literally french-fried tofu! On the side was a pint of white rice (standard) and a bowl of sauce. Never before have I had tofu cooked this hard and I've eaten this dish at restaurants from DC to Boston.It's usually fried soft in a wok, not in a fry-o-later. The "chicken" egg roll was a small thing that was more on the lines of a spring roll. The two items costs $20. I will literally eat La Choy products from the grocery store before I ever eat here again.

The Love Chamber: I ordered a general tso with fried rice and a combination lomein. For the two meals provided they gave us 2 packs of soy sauce. The general tso was just ok and the fried rice was mushy with a bunch of scallions (craziest fried rice I've ever seen) BLAND BLAND BLAND. It seems like they're running out of food or trying to hold onto it. I don't see them being in business much longer. Never going back!!!

Kimberly Pena: Amazing gem of a place. Everything is made from scratch - including the fresh squeezed lemonade. Ample portion sizes and amazing vegetarian and vegan options - including a vegan hot and sour soup that is amazing. All of their dumplings are freshly made and fantastic. Great value for freshly made-in house sauces for classic Asian dishes. Love this place!

can elmaslar: The working staff were not this rude before, now they are very rude. They used to allow us to use the toilet in an emergency, they don't anymore. They're so insensitive and rude.

Josiah Siddiki: Don’t waste your money or your time. This place is just bad. My chicken was so dry it was difficult to chew. The fried rice was also dry and tasteless. This place is like panda express but way worse and way more expensive.

nikhita p.madan: Loved the General Tsos chicken very spicy 🌶 which was just tasty and not hot. Got it on buy 1 get one deal on Uber eats. Absolutely fresh and crispy! The Lo mien was soooo good! Delicious food! This is going to be our go to Chinese spot going forward!!

3. Tiger Fork

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763 reviews
Tiger Fork
Location
4.8
Price/Quality
4.9
Service
4.8
Parking
4.8
Wifi quality
4.8

Address: 922 N St. NW, Blagden Alley NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 5PM

Telephone: (202) 733-1152

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Melanie Smith: Great spot for dinner- the food, drinks, and atmosphere are all on point. On weekends reservations are key! But if you’re a party of 2 you can probably easily grab a seat at the bar. All plates are designed for sharing and there were more things on the menu than we had room for! Service was great. Courses came out as they were ready and were perfectly timed. We never had too many things on our small table for 2. The restaurant was also quite busy even at 9:30 on a Saturday evening- the dining room was completely full. Highly recommend the Pork and Mango Bao, the dumplings, combo fried rice, and char siu. They also do take out and I’d say that all of these menu items would easily stand up well as takeout/delivery!

David Brenton: We headed to tiger fork for dinner on a Thursday night. Getting a reservation was harder than a COvid check (for most). They got a ton of pork on the menu, I like pork so it was solid. The buns are really tasty, pork belly was good, not overly fatty, properly fried, roast pork had great flavor, not that weird Chinese restaurant pork that you know deep down is going to hurt later. Fried rice was super fishy, lots of fish on the menu I had to pass on. Service was ok -- sorta weird, seemed kinda rushed but then no attention. If they expanded the menu I'd go back.

Laetitia Monnier: Good restaurant and great food. The atmosphere is really nice with the big bar and they have a nice outdoor area too. The food was good even though it was a bit expensive. Our waitress was really nice and helpful too. We had a good time there and we’ll certainly come back.

Matthew Mai: One of my favorite places in Blagden Alley. Amazing food and great, distinct drinks! All the dishes I had tended to have a slightly sweet aftertaste, which was definitely new to me in terms of Chinese/Hong Kong restaurants I’ve been to. Also love all the Baijiu drinks and am quickly trying them all.

Lisa B.: 3/1/2022. Wonderful atmosphere great food I had combo fried rice, smashed cucumber salad, pork ribs, every food item was AWESOME! (Note: 20% gratuity added on all checks regardless of size of party) Great waitstaff. Only downside parking (nothing restaurant can do about that)

Karina Perez: The food was amazing. The ambiance is very welcoming and the service is great. Though the cherry soda wasn’t the greatest, the food came really fast and we were up for seconds. I would definitely consider coming back.

Kennith “Conley” Coleman: Hong Kong style street food in sharing sized plates. The dumplings were amazing and the pork ribs were some of the best ribs I've ever had. The pan fried noodles were so good as well.

Urbashi Zaman: Love love this place. The atmosphere is great at this restaurant. My go-to dish is always the combo fried rice, quite honestly one of THE best fried rices I’ve had (if you like spicy, ask for their chili oil too on the side). Drinks are also great, although pricey, but definitely strong. Get a reservation if you can! Place is busy, or go early to sit at the bar (still a great experience to eat/drink if at the bar)

II LL: # I am keeping my rating but just want to add that the tables are so close to each other in the booth area and one guy sitting next to me keep cursing loud while talking in his group, errrrrrrrrrr.# Having been trying different including Michelin restaurants lately in DC area. Went there with high hopes since I love Asian food, Chinese food especially, but unfortunately left with some disappointments. For starters, the beef tendon salad came with a combination of traditional chili beef tendon-kind of Sichuan style and western salad made with the choice of reddish. Neither of each nor the combination taste good, actually too much reddish makes it really tasteless—no taste almost. Dumplings came with steamed or boiled style and it is just so cringe to me that it is not wrapped well—with openings (not good if you ever wrapped dumplings with any Chinese friends lol), in addition, the taste was not so appealing. Main course of the fried chili fish accompanied with white rice is a major turn-away for me. After the few fried fish topped above the Napa cabbage (I guess the chef might want to do it in a western salad combined with eastern rice style) it has nothing to go with rice. Raw cabbage as a salad with rice....errrrrrrr, not something that give good comfort as food in general. The Cha Siu pork is the only dish I would consider semi-good that would bring up the tasting experience better so far. As for the Hong Kong Milk tea, since it is a Hong Kong kitchen, I would expect it would be somewhat authentic Hong Kong style, but most bubble tea shop I tried would make it better. Also if the service in a Michelin restaurant is excellent, I would consider the restaurant being considerate for saving some brain cells to calculate the tip and include it in the bill, however if the service in the restaurant didn’t standout or even less from an average one, then the 20% service fee pre-included in the final bill gave a bad “taste.” Finally, who would put the mint candy in the bathroom?!?! This restaurant has some good google review ratings, I do like the cool interior design and I really wish I would have had some good comforting tasting experience there. Maybe it is the specific dishes I ordered didn’t turn out to be that good, but only one of four dishes I ordered was somewhat satisfying, I don’t think it is compelling enough for me to come back and try the other ones. Still wish the restaurant would excel...All the best!

Anieleen: After researching for the best Chinese Food in the DC Chinatown, I've ran across a review for Tiger Fork. Unfortunately, the hype didn't live up to my expectation. The reviews had glorified the famous Fried Rice and having been on a low carb diet for over a year, I thought I would splurge on my vacation and order it. The plating was great but it was glistening with oil. Left me with a free lip gloss for the rest of the night. The special fish entree for the night was slightly better. Unfortunately, it had a thick sugary sauce and oily as well. We reserved a table using Resy and had texted us an hour, then 30 minutes before our reservation time. Then received another text from the restaurant reminding us to cancel if we aren't going to make it. The received another text stating that to please remember to adhere to the 90 mins maximum time allowed for dinner. I know this restaurant must be very busy for them to keep reminding us. As you can see from the photo this was not the case for the Saturday evening we dined.

4. 14th St Cafe Asian Bistro

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169 reviews
14th St Cafe Asian Bistro
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: 1416 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 588-0695

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Andrew Miller: We ordered on Chinese New Year for the Chinese Lunar New Year 2/1/22 and it was really really delicious. We had Chicken with Cashew Nuts, Beef with Broccoli, Fried Rice dishes, sesame noodles and more. It reminds me of New York City Chinese food from a long time ago, and prepared to order in this instance without additives. Thank you!

elizabeth: From NYC and got 40 bucks of take out food tonight from this place. The good was mediocre. Fried rice was not fresh and bbq ribs were tasteless but fresh. Disappointed because I chose this place based on reviews. Starting to thing DC has no dr ent chinese food… and yes, I went to China town last night…

Jorge Prozzi: This place is worth a visit as they offer and incredible variety of dishes. I was there only once but I will definitely return on my next trip to DC. The place is also very affordable in DC terms

David Shwiff: The food is good, however my favorite dish from here is Peking duck. This last time I think they just went to the grocery store and sent tortillas as wrappers. They can definitely do better!

Adam Riemer: Thus is the best Asian food in the Logan circle area. What I love most is that you can ask fir a specific texture. I do their kung pow tofu and ask for extra crunchy and spicy. They add extra corn start here and make it work.

Edward Grandi: A little on the pricey side, but good - my Chinese Carryout of choice.

Tony Joy: This is our go-to takeout Asian eatery in DC. It's unimposingly small, set in a tiny nook in the heart of hipster busy Logan Circle. The food is authentic and delicious, the staff is very friendly and the prices are reasonable. We began going here several years ago on the recommendation of a high-end restaurant owner we know ("Where do YOU go for awesome Asian takeout?") and we haven't looked back.

Geoffrey Henry: Good specials. Love the curries. Take out and delivery only.

C Wilson: One of my favorite take out Asian restaurants near Downtown DC. I order from this bistro probably once a week. I have used delivery services for meals to my home and sometimes bike ride over to pickup. Great service always, Even in face to face talks with the owners, they seem very genuine. Did I mention the food is great also and always professionally presented.

David Suda: The staff are incredibly friendly and helpful! The food comes in very generous portions at a reasonable price. It was so good that I ended up coming back a second time during my brief visit to DC. I’d highly recommend their duck, which is flavorful with a nice, crispy skin. Also be sure to sample one of the lamb dishes and a tofu dish.

5. Dumplings and Beyond

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528 reviews
Dumplings and Beyond
Location
4.3
Price/Quality
4.2
Service
4.2
Parking
4.2
Wifi quality
4.2

Address: 2400 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 338-3815

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Josh Axelrod: Really solid Chinese takeout for a good price. More importantly — while "beyond" is no misnomer for this expansive menu, you wouldn't be mistaken in sticking with the dumplings, which are fabulous as advertised.

DT: The pork and chive dumplings were just average and the service was bad. There were 3 employees watching me stand at the table to place an order and no one acknowledged me or said anything for several minutes. While I was waiting a delivery driver came to pick up food and also waited several minutes just to be acknowledged with no one in the restaurant (all food is to-go right now). There wasn't anything special about these dumplings, especially considering the poor service. I traveled about 40 minutes out of my way to try this place based on the reviews but it wasn't worth it.

D L: I love ordering from here. I have enjoyed every dish but our favorites are the Treasure Delight Dumplings, the Pork with Chives Dumplings, and Xiao Long Bao Dumplings (under appetizers). Just delicious. I always overeat when eating them! FYI: They prefer you order off the website. Tip well!

Anna Lee: Very tasty and authentic dumplings! As someone who spent her childhood in China, believe me when I say this restaurant sells the real deal. They also have other tasty dishes on the menu, ranging from Westernized takeout staples like kung pao chicken, to really *Chinese* Chinese dishes like red-braised pork and Szechuan spicy boiled fish. All in all, highly recommended.

Nathaniel Zorach: Dumplings and Beyond offers a full menu but is allegedly known for-- wait for it-- its dumplings. A full order of dumplings, which is an affordable dining option in comparison to the (inexplicably) spendier other entrees, looks like a lot of dumplings, but it's not a whole lot of food when you actually get down to it. The dumplings are good. Transformative? Maybe not. The packing of bits for takeout was haphazard and there was a lot of spillage. I'm meh. But my friends love it.

Aftab Shaikh: Dumplings and Beyond is a fantastic place to get really good dumplings. I had the Xiao Long Bao as well as their House Special dumplings which were both very delicious and paired well with their dumpling sauce. They also have regular soy sauce and chili oil if that tickles your fancy. I also tried one of their chef's specials, the Crispy Beef which came with a small bowl of rice. The beef was indeed crispy and was tasty. I definitely recommend a stop here if you're in the mood for some good Chinese food.

azs gr: I always get the pan-fried dumplings with some green tea and the shrimp rolls as an appetizer. It's consistently good, and the service is prompt.

Liang Wen Chen: Excellent value and dumplings. Went to this place during lunch hour on a Sunday had no trouble getting a table. Really undiscovered place in DC and would highly recommend it for authentic Sichuan food. Dumplings are made in house and they are some of the best. Ordered two dumpling dishes and one Sichuan dish and spent about $30.

Stacey Quandt: Fast service. The Xiao Long bao have less soup inside than others but are still good. Great tea selection including chrysanthemum. The pan fried house dumplings are excellent. The breading on the salt and pepper shrimp was a bit heavy.

Allison Lau: Came here for the house special and veggie dumplings. Pretty good - the skin is a bit thick. Good portion size (10 dumplings or so). It made for better leftovers honestly. The scallion pancake was the star of the show. Cucumber salad was good too (traditionally heavy on the garlic). The dishware could have been cleaner. Overall, good dining experience here.

6. Magic Gourd Restaurant

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153 reviews
Magic Gourd Restaurant
Location
3.7
Price/Quality
3.8
Service
3.7
Parking
3.7
Wifi quality
3.7

Address: 528 23rd St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 466-3995

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Carson Robb: I got egg drop soup, steamed pork dumplings, and the orange chicken. The soup and the chicken were great (know that you have to pay $2 extra for white meat). The dumplings did not fit my fancy. The breading almost tasted raw. For reference, my total was $33.48. Not unfairly priced 👍

Rachel Huynh: Good food. On the day we came, somehow the whole restaurant only had 1 waitress and 2 runners. Poor the waitress she gotta do everything from serving food, taking order, bringing beverages, making table etc... We were on the rush so we almost canceled our order. The waitress immediately took actions: with lightning speed food was served and surprisingly, with very good quality. My parents kept asking to come back.

Don Hardy: Very friendly staff! Food was not amazing, but was good, and cheap comparatively to the surrounding area. They also have a nice lunch special that they have just started. I suggest asking them about it if you're around and want a quick, cheap, and satisfying lunch.

Marissa Bacino: Came here before a show at the Kennedy Center. Dated interior, but the food is great. Fairly quick, lots to chose from. We ordered: pork dumplings, crab Rangoon. Mongolian beef, triple delight, Thai basil chicken and the boiled fish. All was really good, I wish I lived closer to DC, this would be a regular spot.

Anna Tarnavchyk: Not bad food. Old school style interior.The reason of 3 ⭐ because the check that we received was not very clear. Just hand writing one and I feel like 18% service fee was already added, but all manually.

George Haws: Mapo Tofu is authentic. Ginger, garlic, scallions and doubanjiang. Angry red chillies swimming in red broth. Delicious.

Kamal S Ravi: Friendly staff and very good food. My default option for chinese food in DC now.

Emil Potersnak: Service was excellent, staff very friendly. Food was fantastic. I highly recommend this spot.

Lisa Heilbronn: DanDan noodles delicious as always, spicier than I remember. Good service.

hao zhang: The best Chinese food near school, staff are super friendly and food was good.

7. Chinatown Express

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1539 reviews
Chinatown Express
Location
3.4
Price/Quality
3.4
Service
3.5
Parking
3.4
Wifi quality
3.4

Address: 746 6th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 638-0424

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Sarah White: The fresh noodles were delicious and the dumplings were absolutely phenomenal! The dough was thicker than I’m used to but it made it that much better. My only complaint was the duck fried noodles were very bony. Not a lot of meat and not really worth the trouble. I’d go back, but I wouldn’t choose the duck.

Queenie Enriquez: This place have the best duck ever, very tender and delicious. The home made noodles is a must try. Yes, it is small and can get crowded but food is great.

John “Bams” Serev: Very delicious Chinese cuisine. What pulled us in this fine establishment is the Duck Man that was in the front window. He was just messing around with the ducks and chopping them up and what not. The duck man made eye contact with me and he then winked. Next, and without breaking eye contact with me he chopped the next duck in half with a 1 foot clever. Food was awesome duck man was cool. Waitress sucked.

Nay Nay's Kids: I usually don’t do reviews but this place deserves one! I had General Tso chicken with wonton soup and egg rolls.. egg rolls are nothing but brown cabbage, two wontons in a broth that tasted like water and the chicken smh was brown on the inside and taste horrible!!! I could not even eat one piece, just gross!!! I don’t understand how things operate if your food tastes that bad, never again!!!

M C: Very bad experience. In menu, it said Rib, but it is definitely not Rib. In menu, it said hand-made noodle, but it is definitely not, and someone's hair in fhe soup!! There is no *soup* in souo dumpling, it is just freezed and heated with microwave oven. No taste.. Ethical problem!! Please cook the right food!

Judy Blanco: It was ok, I think of all we ordered the Singapore noodles were the best. Definitely wouldn't go out of my way to eat there again.

Mai Ling (SrirachaLing): Delicious food, small atmosphere, right in the heart of Chinatown DC with lots of menu choices. Did i say they have duck? Its was crispy and perfectly cooked. We shared a wonton soup, duck lo mein and chicken w/mixed vegetable.

QDotDizzle: Roast duck noodle soup was slamming, wish there would Have been more breast meat but the broth was dee-lish... They have a good variety of authentic and american style Chinese food. The soup dumpling are fresh handmade And weren't bad... good place if you're on the go!

Nate B: The food was okay. We had the Lo Mein, roasted meat combo, and fried rice. Homeade noodles were kind of thick and needed more seasoning. Roasted duck, chicken and pork were pretty good. Food was served in takeout containers for dine-in. Very hot inside. Service was great. I would recommend giving it a try.

Axi Berman: Excellent duck. Really great place to eat good Chinese food away from the snooty DC crowds. Would fit in nicely in San Fran or Seattle. Reasonably priced. Food so good I crushed it before I could take proper pictures.

8. China Town

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209 reviews
China Town
Location
4.4
Price/Quality
4.3
Service
4.3
Parking
4.3
Wifi quality
4.3

Address: 3207 Mt Pleasant St NW, Washington, DC 20010

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 332-8955

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DaReal Fizzie: Food is bussin man. You get the best chinese food for a very affordable price in Columbia Heights. Been eating their since 2010 and god damn they never disappointed me once. And for all of you 1 star reviews, you are not going to a restaurant with 1-3 Michelin Stars. add all the sauces in your chicken and fries to get the best experience my g.

A Bell: Came in based soley on the Google reviews, which are BS and if I could give 0 stars I would! I placed 2 orders for 4 wings and fries, along with an order of springs rolls. For $25 (including tip) I'm totally unimpressed and jive disgusted. While I did receive the full order- I was given egg rolls instead of spring rolls, which I consider strike #1. Strike #2 were the vegetables inside of the egg roll because they were mushy and the whole thing dripped with grease. Strike #3 the chicken wings had a weird taste (per two separate people)...not old grease, not unclean...just weird like a 7/11 type of wing so I only ate half of one. The fries were the best part of the meal and they were drenched in some kind of watered down mumbo sauce. As a DC native, I always look forward to coming home and grabbing some carryout on my way back across the bridge. This experience has left me hungry, disappointed, and very leery of Google reviews.

Will Fowler: This is my favorite restaurant in DC. Yes: the customer service is awful sometimes (although at least one girl who works there is extremely kind). Yes: some of the workers don't really speak English, which makes communication quite hard. And yes: the place is a poorly maintained hole-in-the-wall establishment, and sometimes it's dirty, and homeless people wander in from the street to try and get cigarettes from me or catcall my girlfriend. HOWEVER: for less than $10 you can get the best god damn Chinese food I've ever had in the city - scratch that, the best in my life. I've been treated far worse by people who speak perfect English for far worse food, so I'm giving this 5 stars with the small asterisk to be polite and patient when trying to explain your order over the phone. I don't care if I have to get in ten fights with vagrants, I would fight my own mother for their succulent Seafood Delight. Anyone who complains about the customer service or the decor clearly doesn't understand that immigrants who put their whole life into this establishment might be a little overwhelmed because they're focused on making such ABSOLUTELY SLAPPIN food.

Sally V.: Love the spring rolls, all entree is big portion for 1-2 people but a bit too plain, the taste was OK. If you're looking for tasty food this's not a place for it.

Alyssa: So quick for take out and so good. My favorite is the General Tso’s tofu. BEST spring roll I’ve ever had. Food is always steaming hot. The people who work at the front are always very nice. It’s become my go-to take out! also very cheap and they give you so so much food!! 2-3 meals easily for only ~$12

Christopher Afram: I do not recommend this place. I came here for lunch and ordered Kung pao chicken. I asked for no peas or carrots in the order. When I got back to my office they had it inside. I went back to try something and was told I had to pay extra! For a mistake you make you ask me for 1.50 more? I asked for my money back. Also the forkful of rice I did taste was not good. Once again, I do not recommend

Chiara: HIDDEN GEM! I’ve been looking for a good Chinese place for over a year and have been feeling underwhelmed in DC. This place makes such comforting yummy foods and it will become my go-to spot for sure. I got the lo mein chicken, sesame chicken, and sweet and sour pork. The latter two came with rice. They are all flavorful and the sweet and sour pork was very crispy. I recommend all of them. Also, the woman at the register is so friendly! Highly suggest it!

Na. H: So disappointing to see some bad reviews on here that are directed to the actual Chinatown neighborhood of DC. This restaurant is not affiliated with Chinatown, they just simply carry the same name. Matter of fact this restaurant is not even located in Chinatown, it is located in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood of DC and it's a true staple of that neighborhood. They have the BEST chinese food in DC and also have outstanding prices. The owners are also very nice and friendly. 5/5 stars.

Shante Mixon: I usually get my daughter's fried wings and rice, which are usually ok. But I ordered the sesame chicken today and it was hard and stringy. I'm not sure if it was even chicken. Tasted like flavored plastic.

Miranda Pepin: They're the best, so flavorful and delicious, great prices. If you're looking for that good good, look no further

9. Shanghai Lounge

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Shanghai Lounge
Location
4.1
Price/Quality
4.2
Service
4.1
Parking
4.1
Wifi quality
4.1

Address: 1734 Wisconsin Ave NW #2313, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 338-1588

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Rohit Rajendran: We came here on a whim after our original dinner choice didn't work out. We're glad that we did because everything we tried was solid. We got the pork dumplings which we quickly regretted not ordering more. The hot and sour soup also ended up being perfect for a rainy day. The Ma Po Tofu had some great flavor but could of used some more spice. We also tried the cucumber salad and scallion pancakes. The cucumber salad was a nice refreshing palate cleanser. I would probably skip the scallion pancakes next time, since it just felt like it was missing something without a sauce. Overall, good food and a place that I would definitely come back to and try some of the other dishes.

Besim Hasar: Try another place. Mongolian beef was just with regular onions. Spring rolls were like microwaved. Had better ones from the Safeway freezer aisle across the street. Iced tea was a Lipton yellow bag direct to the ice water.

Adriana Rakshana: Decent Chinese food. Got the combination lo mein and asked for it to be made spicy, which they graciously obliged. Could have been spicier but was still pretty enjoyable.

Jess W: Amazing place: Amazing food! I had a wonderful lunch at Shanghai Lounge. The food was delicious (especially the soup dumplings). The restaurant had a very charming and comfortable atmosphere that I would definitely return to. Customer service was also great! I would definitely recommend!

Fei Huang: A good authentic Chines food restaurant around the area. For my personal perspective, their food are a little salty, but they have better quality of rice among all other Chinese restaurant I had been to.

Emily Tenuta: Really great Chinese. Had the combination fried rice--the best fried rice I've ever had- and spicy beef broth (pictured). We also started with tomato egg drop, pork dumplings, and seaweed salad. Everything was delicious and well-made; the beef melts in your mouth. The place is small and bustling on Friday and Saturday nights, so I definitely recommend making a reservation.

Shannon Sanders: Every time we go, there's something new to try. Any type of dumpling is our go-to. The manager (Flo...?) was the sweetest lady. She struck good conversation and helped us with our food choice. We've added this to our list of monthly eats in D.C.!

Sophie C: Came on the day of the start of winter and had dumplings. Average Chinese food

Christina Xia: Some of the best Chinese in DC! Very friendly service; they speak perfect English as well as mandarin. Hope to return soon!

Stephanie: Came for lunch. Two entrees and an appetizer came out to $40 (taxes and tip included) kinda pricey for lunch. Food was ok nothing much to talk about. Got Kung Pao chicken, spicy pork wonton and the Singapore noodles. The server was very attentive.

10. NewBigWong

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NewBigWong
Location
3.4
Price/Quality
3.4
Service
3.5
Parking
3.4
Wifi quality
3.4

Address: 610 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 3AM ⋅ Reopens 3PM

Telephone: (202) 628-0490

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Mischa: This restaurant is okay. The food and the tea were fairly good. I had dumplings and tea. The only problem I had is that the person who served me my food almost aggressively asked me for a tip in the end. A tip is a gift for great service, not an automatic right or something that you ask for. That is not professional in my opinion. Other than that, the food itself was fine.

Samantha Choa: Food not good at all. We waited 45 mins for the peking duck expecting it to be worth the wait but no it was like it was just heated in a microwave. The server DEMANDED tip and even ask more. I already put a tip but wants more. We have friends who are from Japan and tip is not something they are use but the server demanded her to give tip. Do not bother to go here.

Monday X.: I'm leaving a review to save this place because these are genuinely the best pan fried meat dumplings (aka pot stickers) I've ever had. I came in here after watching a film and was seated immediately, and the service was great. My food came out extremely quickly and they brought out extra sauces when asked. This is definitely a go-to if you're ever in DC late at night.

Jered Brown: I stayed across the street in a hotel and this was definitely a late night spot to hit if you were looking for something quick to eat. I have never had any Chinese spots like this. Their food was on a different level. Not your regular carry out joint when it came to the food. I literally cannot find a place better in Baltimore or in DC now. The vibe is nice too if dinning in late night.

flaming noodle: I don't ever leave reviews, but I found urine on my napkins. My boyfriend has been going to this place for years and LOVES it and introduced it to me. We both love the food and it is a shame to leave this bad review. We ordered a to-go order. In the bag was a fork and some white napkins. When I wiped my face with a napkin I noticed the sharp smell of urine, and saw that there was a yellow drop on my napkin. Immediately we checked the other napkins in the stack and saw there was a yellow drop on the others, probably where it had soaked through the top one. We are so confused and disgusted, and obviously didn't finish the food after because who knows. We don't know how this could have happened, on accident or on purpose. I wanted to call the restaurant first so maybe they could find out what happened but they didn't listen to me and just insisted their napkins are clean. Well, the plastic bag was closed up when we picked up our order so we don't know how those urine drops could have gotten on those napkins otherwise. I am NOT imagining this. This is a humiliating experience and we won't be coming back.

Dc Celebrity: I stopped by Big Wong DC in Chinatown last night to give them a try.. food was good.. my only recommendation is not go at night, after dark.. alot of homeless people, loitering and etc outside on the street, I felt very unsafe..

Paul VanBeuge: No doubt about it, the name grabs your attention. After you get the giggles out over the name, take a walk in the wild side and venture in for a meal. You won’t be disappointed by the warm hospitality and tasty food. There’s a lot to choose from on the menu and the staff are quick to happy to help select something. I recommend the jelly fish and short ribs.

Joey Kilgore: Went on a cold Friday night and was literally the only people in here. The waitress left us alone and brought the food out as it was ready. Personally I don't enjoy having people interrupt my meals, so I was happy. The spring rolls were decent. Not a fan of the egg rolls. The general tso's chicken was good (though it wasn't spicy at all) and the sweet and sour chicken was good. Definitely overpriced for what it is, but there aren't many Chinese food options in the area, so sometimes you have to pay a premium. Wouldn't recommend it if you are just visiting the area, but if you're a local and haven't had Chinese food in a while, this place has it.

Alexander Herbert: I saw some reviews about people getting harassed for tips, but I encountered no such thing. I usually tip 15 to 20%. The food was quite fresh, and service was of high quality. This is an authentic Chinese joint, a real slice of life. The menu was extensive, and the only thing I regret is that I did not try the frog legs as well.

Sil Bee: My partner and I were looking for food in general (after failed Paella) and went to China Town. The majority of the restaurants were closed and we were starving. We stumbled upon this 'downstairs' place and decided to go in. We were greeted immediately and sat down. We ordered Pork Fried Rice and Chicken Lo Mein. The food arrived in a timely manner and it was so so good. Friendly staff. We will definitely be back! Thank you New Big Wong for satisfying our hunger!

11. Panda Gourmet

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147 reviews
Panda Gourmet
Location
4
Price/Quality
3.9
Service
3.9
Parking
3.9
Wifi quality
3.9

Address: 2700 New York Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 636-3588

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C B (Chris): A True Gem! This is my favorite Chinese restaurant. The rabbit is delicious but be cautious of tiny bones. The boiled fish is my favorite. If you like spicy food, you should definitely give it a try. The cabbage dish is very rich, but quite good. Whenever I have a guest seeking good Chinese food, this is where I go.

Greg Fine: This place was awesome! It was so good I came back the next night for another dinner here. The menu seemed to be mostly authentic Chinese food but there were a few American-Chinese options like sesame chicken. Definitely get the “Chinese Burger”

David F: I rarely give a place a second try, but Panda Gourmet got it and wowed me this time around. Probably the best double cooked pork I've ever had. Got four things this time: hot-spicy chicken ($17.20) chicken fiery pot ($17.20) mapo tofu ($17.20) double cook pork ($18.35) I asked for "da ma - da la", and while I didn't get as the numbing I wanted, I got the flavor and heat I was looking for. The hot spicy chicken is what most places call chongqing chicken. It was pretty good. The chicken fiery pot is basically boneless chicken filet in chili oil. Probably the hottest dish of the bunch. The mapo tofu was nothing special. A bit more expensive than others, but this was good and would have me come back for these.

Andrew Quilpa: Don't come here expecting the usual Panda Express type of fare. Do come here expecting delicious, authentic Chinese food at a reasonable price! The dan dan noodles are particularly flavorful.

Jessica Rabbit: Visiting and read reviews so decided to try since we didn't want regular Chinese food. The beef noodle bowl was best ive ever had and the Chinese burger was amazingly different. The pork seasoned and tender and bun soft. Wish we had this place back home to continue to enjoy. The menue is very unique and large. Dont go there expecting "Chinese Food".

J C: I was skeptical when someone mentioned this place for good Sichuan food…and then more people backed it up so I HAD to try it. Very good! The cold beef and tripe salad, the fried chicken bits, and eggplant were so good! Will definitely be coming back.

L. M.: Great food! Super tasty and you can find pretty authentic dishes here

Junghoon: The food itself was okay. We ordered the famous eggplant garlic sauce and dry braised chicken. Pros: fast service. The food came out quick enough. Eggplants were good. Full of flavor and nice portion size. The accompanying rice, however, was quite dismal, as if someone used Uncle Ben's instant rice. Very gummy and clumpy and wet, not fluffy at all. The chicken dish definitely was spicy and authentic but lacked a lot of flavor, and didn't have much meat. The service also had a lot to be desired. There were only 4 or 5 tables and our water wasn't filled promptly. The main reason that I give this establishment 3 stars is the tipping incident. Even with a subpar service, I know how it is like to work in a restaurant so I decided to leave them a custom tip of 4.55 to round up the price. And the waitress came up to my table and told me that I need to select 16% tip amount. Shocking, to say the least, and embarrassing. Never have I seen this before from a restaurant.

Lou Fegans: Unique traditional Chinese restaurant. Do not recommend ordering American Chinese at this restaurant. They specialize n traditional shaanxi and szechuan cooking. If you order their specialities you will have a great dining experience! Cumin beef Chinese burger- unique beef slices with a cumin marinade on a Chinese bun. One of the most popular dishes and worth trying but we wouldn't order it again. Dan Dan Spicy Noodle with Minced Pork- E's favoritem Great flavor and not at all overly spicy. Small amount of minced pork. Shanxi Cold Steam Noodle- unique noodle dish with fluffy bread pieces and sprouts. The sauces (one sweet vinegar and one spicy) come on the side for you to choose how much flavor and spice you want. E wouldn't order again but L would

David Andrew Finkelstein: I cannot stress this enough! This is the best Chinese takeout in DC proper by a mile. Definitely try it if you are able to, they deserve the business. Pictured is the Hot and Sour soup and Chengdu cold noodles, both items came out to $13 before tip!! Such a reasonably priced restaurant, they deserve your business.

12. Peking Garden Chinese Restaurant

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65 reviews
Peking Garden Chinese Restaurant
Location
3
Price/Quality
3.1
Service
3
Parking
3
Wifi quality
3

Address: 2008 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 588-0088

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J.B.: I tried Peking Gardens after a suggestion by my neighbor. I was delightfully surprised at how good the food is. It is authentic tasting. The portions are appropriate and the cost is reasonable. I ordered delivery and it was still hot when it arrived. I prefer Peking gardens over most of the Chinese restaurant in the Cleveland Park area.

Le'Shontier Bennett: I asked for general tso wings these are disgusting taste like soy sauce or some type of terryaki. I asked for pork fried rice with NO ONIONS. I get pork white rice with ONIONS SCALLIONS BRUSSEL SPROUT ETC when I only said BROCCOLI. When I first called to order lady was really rude and rushing me off the phone and rushing me to order she kept giving me a price when I wasn’t even done ordering yet. When I called back and told her I wasn’t satisfied and didn’t get what I asked for she told me “I’m not giving you no refund for you to eat the food” IM CLEARLY NOT GONNA EAT THIS MESSS IM VERY UPSET BECAUSE I DONT EVEN LIVE HERE.

Chels Owens: I cannot attest to their delivery as I always pick up my food in shop but I enjoy this place because of the large portions, quick service, and the food tastes pretty good for the price you pay. I am a vegetarian and their vegetarian meat options are pretty good. I got the vegetarian lo mein, orange chicken, and sesame chicken.

Ana M: RUN FROM THIS PLACE! I found a DEAD COCKROACH while eating my food. Disgusting thing ever!!!!

Charlie Miller: Peking Garden has been my go to Chinese spot for the past four years. It’s great every time, and I’d highly recommend

Aicha Cisse: every single thing was undercooked.they gave us the absolute worst cuts of meat (all fat and grizzle).the dumplings were basically pork buns and one of them was raw.only edible thing was the prepackaged fortune cookies.

K K: Orange chicken. Ready in 5 mins. About $13. Price was a bit high for the size but the taste was as expected.

Christina Cameron: Food was delicious, we ordered from the Hilton by the Capital, we ordered those chicken teriyaki sticks! Absolutely delicious, juicy and flavorful and sweet. We're from Ohio and they're better than home! When we go back we will definitely order again!

Harriet: They have the best fries and mumbo sauce and best wings 10/10

Sofia M.: This place has the absolutely BEST Singapore Noodles in the DMV. I like mine extra spicy and they do not disappoint. Their egg rolls are great and they always taste fresh and not overly fried. I haven’t try many items because those two are my go to, but I doubt it will disappoint. I love this place. As I’m writing this I’m thinking on the food and I’m thinking I should order.

13. Yum's

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384 reviews
Yum's
Location
3.8
Price/Quality
3.8
Service
3.9
Parking
3.8
Wifi quality
3.8

Address: 1413 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 3AM ⋅ Reopens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 232-5608

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Mackenzie Hepker: Awesome food, great service - these guys were super slammed on a weekend night and killed it! Well worth the wait (which was still super reasonable even though it was so busy!) Will absolutely order from here again. Mapo tofu was delicious.

Tatiana Valentine: This carry out Chinese restaurant is one of the best meals you can get in DC. Their lo mein and chow ho fun noodles are amazing, all their soups have great broth, and I'm obsessed with their rib tips. If you want a meal that is great every time, and reheats like a dream, this is your place. 10/10

Tracy-Ann Grannell: Absolutely TRASH!! The shrimp fried rice was so mushy and flavorless!! It tasted old like rancid old. Wing were trash. The small fries didn’t even fill the container. Wings were also trash. This place is tragic!! Shut it down

S. Dantzler: Came to get some mombo wings and steak and cheese egg rolls. Food was hot and fresh. Wish we got a little more sauce on our wings, but still good!

sonata sonata: I ordered from the website buffalo wings for delivery with Uber Eats. The website displays a picture of buffalo wings as regular wings coated with buffalo sauce. So I placed the order. After placing the order, I contacted them for clarity and I was informed that those were not the wings that I would be receiving. I pleaded with them to give me regular wings and they would not give me regular wings under NO CIRCUMSTANCES...So disappointing.

Gerre General: Called in an order for 4 wings with fries. As I come into the restaurant the clerk at the register is yelling at a black man over 85cents. The man is saying he orders that often and it’s less than the 85cents the clerk is yelling about. He was very hostile towards the man really didn’t want to give him a refund as the customer just wanted his money back and to stop being verbally abused. After waiting 10 minutes-he was still dragging his feet to do the refund I left and got food elsewhere. Will not be back and they need to be mindful of how they talk to people.

Brooks Ward: Yum's: If you want to eat where construction workers eat, Yum's!! Go for steak and cheese egg roll, cheeseburger sub, hot ham and cheese sub, wings and fries w mumbo sauce, dont expect much, and you'll get a greazy gut bomb that's actually pretty well made. I miss this place a ton.

Carmenise Barber: Food was good and hot … however they don’t honor the times posted on their restaurant. It showed closing at 4am we arrived at 2:50 and doors were locked but ppl inside would not service and stated they closed at 3am however it wasn’t even 3am

Wayne HarRell: DO NOT order from there! I watched the cook pick up french fries off the floor with the tongs. Then he stuck them back into the french fries! I told the cashier. She apologized 3 times! He ran away when he saw me about to take a picture. That's why the station is clear in my foto. The Horrible thing about the situation is that he washed the tongs But they Never threw away the fries. Some poor person may become deathly ill from there tonight. I paid for my food but threw it away! And yes, I have a receipt. BEWARE!!!

Romell: Another great food spot. Food was fresh and flavorful. They could use a little more organization when it comes to ordering and picking food. People would easily cut in front of you if they had a call in order.

14. Isshin Asian Bistro ( Originally Wok & Roll -18th st )

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72 reviews
Isshin Asian Bistro ( Originally Wok & Roll -18th st )
Location
4.2
Price/Quality
4.1
Service
4.1
Parking
4.1
Wifi quality
4.1

Address: 2418 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 232-1818

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Besart Ç.: The absolute best sushi delivery in DC. Fresh sashimi and sushi – a reliable spot every time! The best price-quality deal that I've ever seen from all the other places I've lived in the US, or Europe. The attention to detail is also super impressive (the flower!). Great job, Isshin Asian Bistro team, keep it up!!

Irma M: I love this spot. Good, delicious Asian food. Food is always fresh and not over cooked. Also if you a person who watches carbs they will serve their entrees with a side of broccoli, you just have to ask!

J Foodgeek: Just an fyi from a follow-up visit, if your bill is less than $10 and you pay with a credit card, they charge you 50 cents additional. --------------------------- Tried it last night at the only outdoor table, and thought it was quite good. Had wonton soup, chicken chow fun, szechuan green beans, and drunken noodles. The drunken noodles with chicken and chicken chow fun we're really similar, and I would probably stick with the chow fun for that reason.

Uncle Al: Isshin Asian Bistro is the successor to the much-loved, former Wok and Roll restaurant, located on the same street. The name and venue have changed, but, the food is still the excellent Chinese, Japanese and Asian fare -- very fairly-priced -- as before. Sushi and sashimi are always very fresh and rolls are delicious. Chinese dishes are similarly great. Isshin is one of the best bargains in an increasingly expensive D.C. restaurant market. I hope that Isshin eventually obtains a liquor license, so I can support them by buying sake and beer with my take-out orders.

Judith Lisansky: My go to place for Asian food with great service, fast delivery in the neighborhood and economical weekday lunch specials. I especially love the stir fried green beans, hot and sour soup, rock shrimp tempura, Thai chicken, general Tao tofu, sushi, and beef lo mein. They do a lot of take away business but have some tables inside, and a table or two on the sidewalk in nice weather. Highly recommend.

Daniel Xu: Great sushi place in Adams Morgan. Tasty food and friendly service. Glad to have them back. Same owner from Wok N Roll. Their sashimi is fresh and the avocado salad I ordered was yummy. They are also doing the promotion for delivery now. I can’t wait to order again.

Dina Daas: Have been ordering from here maybe once a week for the past few months. The food is probably the most reliably delicious I’ve found in DC. The sushi has only gotten better since we started ordering from here and the other dishes we’ve tried have all been great.

Lawrence Whitney: Adorable atmosphere, super friendly staff, and great food. Highly recommend!

Xyan Rose: This place is great. Best Chinese and sushi delivery in the area and it's not crazy expensive. All the other places are worse or more money this place is good.

abdiel blas: Very friendly staff! Clean/Minimal wait and great tasting food!!

15. Hunan Dynasty

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306 reviews
Hunan Dynasty
Location
3.8
Price/Quality
3.9
Service
3.8
Parking
3.8
Wifi quality
3.8

Address: 215 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20003

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 546-6161

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David Brenton: We have been trying to find a solid Chinese place in NE - we were city lights believers before. Hunan was very solid - we will most likely be back. Fried rice was flavorful, pork didn't taste weird, general TSOs was solid as well, highlight cream cheese wontons - no crab - amazing. Everyone knows the crab makes it worse. The beef chow fun was also good, beef was flavorful and noodles saucy.

Lauren Friedman: Finally got take out from here after living around the block for 4 years and I don't know what took us so long! We ordered General Tso's Eggplant and the Fish Fillet with Spicy Sauce (in Chef's Specials) and both were delicious, but especially the fish! The dried peppers really made the dish. I'll definitely be going back soon.

Stephen Manning: General Tso chicken not spicy. It’s sweet. I asked for spicy general tso with sesame on top. Before leaving I check the receipt says Sesame Chicken Spicy. I’ve known other restaurants where it’s much more of a difference between the two dishes. I asked, to be clear about this. I asked about the veggies. They said only broccoli. It came with 2 tiny pieces of broccoli garnish. Way too saucy too. Like yuck. I didn’t check before I left. I wanted to be surprised. I guess my complaint is they gave me the wrong order? Idk. Worst Xmas dinner ever. Worst part is that it was the owner that did me like this. Broccoli cooked perfect. Rice is good. Very nice staff

Wilson Fujinaga: Hunan is pretty awesome, not the best but DEF not the worst. They’ve come through time and again. I’ve noticed that depending on what day of the week you order, the food quality varies a lot… so I tend to order on those days only! 😜

John Lazzeroni Jr.: Fantastic place for simple yet delicious food. Was initially going to order off of UberEats but the restaurant's own delivery was faster, cheaper and it supports their business more. Recommend you get takeout from here and do the same, you won't be disappointed.
Response: Thanks for your kind words! We are so happy that your experience with us was so happy and smooth. Hope to see you soon!

Thomas Smithfield: You can't beat their lunch special price. Comes with tea, soup, spring roll, dish and choice of rice or noodles. All for under $15. Price is well under the average lunch price in area. Tasty as well.

Richard Ma: The man (owner?) was very rude. I came in to ask for directions to a bathroom. I was in dire need and could see they had one, but he said it was for customers only, which I understand is common practice for many restaurants. However, he began yelling at me to leave when I asked for directions. Given that there were no other customers at the time (very quiet weekend noon hour) and that I was really just trying to politely find a bathroom, this left a very sour taste in my mouth.

Jenese Garland: BEST egg, cheese, bacon and a surprise of avocado on croissant I've eaten here!! Cute strawberry flowers. There's few breakfast options on the Hill, this is one of the best! Great food, really great prices. My experience with the people there is very friendly service. Thank you Hunan Dynasty!

Rafik K.: Weird taste of General TSO chicken.Chicken tasted like 90% fat.1 star for fast delivery!

Rosa Trinidad Florian: First time eating here while visiting DC. The food was great, the prices were great and the service was too. Before my trip was over I had to stop there again, they have really hood lunch and dinner specials- the portions are good too.

16. Chinatown Garden

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696 reviews
Chinatown Garden
Location
3.5
Price/Quality
3.5
Service
3.6
Parking
3.5
Wifi quality
3.5

Address: 618 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 737-8887

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RITA LIN: This place is a gem. One of the few places in DC that still has a menu with pictures , instead of those annoying QR codes. The tofu is absolutely delicious, the seafood was scrumptious, and the soup was prepared hot with generous portions. We definitely will return. This place is also run by really nice Fuzhou staff. Thank you for an amazing dinner. They also have a chinese menu! ♥️

Bobbi DeAnda: Loved this place! The food was good and the service was AMAZING. That crab Rangoon was probably the best I’ve ever had. Definitely old school vibes inside but that doesn’t bother me. The food and service were great!

A.K. Singh: Attentive and fast! Was ordering drunken noodles and the server suggested Pad Thai instead to get the thick, flat noodles I had in mind. Food arrived super quick. Taste was a 3.5 so rounded up to 4 stars for the service.

eriko p: Nothing fancy, but perfectly tasty food. We wanted to check out the Chinatown area and so we stopped here for lunch! The stairs leading up to the front door are not wheelchair accessable or stroller friendly, but if you can lift your stroller as I saw a family do, then stop in! The area is right around the corner from the Metro station. The restaurant is quiet and service prompt. I ordered the Singapore Noodles and my husband ordered schezwan chicken. Both servings were nice generous portions. We were very hungry after walking around the Mall so we didn't have any leftovers! It seemed most of the patrons while we had our lunch were also tourists. haha! On a side note, from our window seat/ booth, we saw a drug transaction right in front of us! I only glanced at this being done because I didn't want them to know that they were being watched. UGH! We felt safe inside the restaurant and safe walking back to the Metro because there were several police cars parked nearby.

Nate H.: Brought my ten year old, four year old, and dad for dinner. We had sesame chicken, beef with snow peas, and crispy Szechuan beef. Everything was fantastic! Service was very quick and attentive. I would certain come back.

Marilyn Bradley: Food was good but the staff are not attentive, they don’t even refill the water in the table. The bathroom was nasty.

Jessica Portillo: We went inside the restaurant and waited half an hour just get knowledge . We really wanted to try the food but our server never arrived waited a half hour ,another table that got there a half hour after we arrived got not only their order but drinks before us. When we were getting up they just starred at us not even apologized or anything. I really feel like because we’re latinos and not American they didn’t acknowledge us at all but all Americans there were even getting water refills and we didn’t even get water after an hour of sitting there!

Nancy Wike: Almost passed this place up because of the rating, but it was great! Delicious food and filling portions. Super nice staff.

J Foodgeek: I used to come here a lot but I hadn't been here since before the pandemic. I went tonight and I got wonton soup and beef chow fun. The noodles they give you for the wonton soup we're very oily and like cardboard when they were in the soup.... They used to be much better there, but it may have just been an off day for them. The soup and the Chow fun were both very good and I also tried my friends cashew chicken which was also very good. The beef was actually very good in my dish. I definitely recommend this place, but I will say that the prices have definitely went up since my dish was 18 or $19. Still worth it, it's just not as affordable as it used to be. By the way, they also have seating upstairs if you have a large group.

Celtic Fiddler: While on vacation in DC, my husband and I went to Chinatown because eating in Chinatown has been a bucketlist item for me. Hands down, BEST Chinese food I have ever had! When complimenting our server, she told us their chef is from Hong Kong, you can tell!! Great food, reasonably priced, great atmosphere, and friendly staff!! You must go!

17. Full Kee

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Full Kee
Location
3.8
Price/Quality
3.7
Service
3.7
Parking
3.7
Wifi quality
3.7

Address: 509 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 920-5080

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Hilda Kroll: My friend wanted vegetables and I was in the mood for pork, so we were both very happy with our Buddhist Delight ($13.95) and Moo Shi Pork ($14.95). There are no lunch specials, but the portions were large the food was delicious, so we thought the prices were very reasonable. Excellent service too.
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Eric Andruscavage: I started coming here over 30 years ago, when I lived in DC. Paid a visit recently and was surprised by how little had changed. They have a steady clientel, not a tourist place although there are throngs outside on the street. Ignore the traditional dishes and try something new.
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LeeAnna Springer: Don't be fooled by the outside...the food is DELICIOUS and reasonably priced. Only down side is that they have no liquer.liquor.
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Eric Ng: The restaurant is fine but it's not the same experience as it was 10 years ago when I would order take out from here all the time while interning in DC. I think the ownership changed. I tried to order a dish called beef eggs with rice - they don't create orders that are not already programmed into the system. The Buddhist delight and beef chow fun I ordered were on point though

J Leung: I used to frequent this place at least once a week and have been trying to come back the last few times I was in the area. I finally made it and I got my closure. It was not as good as it used to be. Pandemic, change of owners or whatever it is. The flavors are no longer there and neither is the menu they used to have. It’s good food but not worth the extra mile. If you are in the area and are craving some Chinese food go ahead. Had wonton soup. Kingdom pork chop and fish tofu casserole. All ok!

Wei Y: We had high hope after seeing the (outdated) photos of the food on the web, the result was however fairly ok on the scale. By reading other reviews, I came to realize the ownership had recently been changed. However it was certainly acceptable for traditional Chinese food. Service was pretty good.

Dennis Mema: We got crab rangoons (delicious!!), egg rolls (okay), combo lo mein (good), and spicy fried squid (delicious!).Service was excellent and portions were big! Happy to find this place.

Snehi Christian: When there for lunch ordered egg drop soup and crab rangoons for appetizer instead of egg drop they bought pork wonton soup . I don't eat pork so I returned it and the lady very rudely replied to us and took it back saying we ordered wonton soup. We ordered couple entrees the service was worst my napkin and fork fell and no one came to give me another. The worst happened when the check arrived my bill was $42.68 and I rounded it to $45 as a was not happy with the service and didn't wanted to leave a good tip but still wanted to give some . When the lady arrived to get the check looking at the amount of tip she said you minimum have to put 18 % tip. Which is ridiculous. I will never return here please don't go here there are plenty good chinese restaurants around the area just skip this one.

Pamela Soshkin: I was travelling throughout Washington DC and googled "authentic Chinese food restaurants near me" while standing under the beautiful Chinese Gate where I exited from the metro. I walked only a couple of blocks to this fantastic restaurant. I sat down and ordered a delicious meal ! Sue was very kind and friendly. I have eaten at many, many Chinese restaurants in NYC where I live and where I thought I had experienced the best. Sue has a gem in the heart of Chinatown. I ordered a meal that truly enjoyed, delicious and not overly salted like at so many other chinese restaurants. I ordered a pot of HOT OOLONG TEA that was so delicate, it complemented my meal perfectly! Ann, who served my meal was very kind and when I mentioned that my cellphone battery was low, she was kind enough to allow me to use the outlet and charge up and after a wonderful experience, I was on my way with a full and happy belly, a container of leftovers and a smile on my face ready to take to the streets on foot and continue my exploration of this beautiful city and it's kind and welcoming people like Sue and Ann of FULL KEE Restaurant. I highly recommend this restaurant and will be going back there whenever I am in DC.
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Menal Shams: ***THIS REVIEW IS FOR CRAB RANGOONS ONLY****We heard great things about their crab rangoons, so we ordered two (8 total) to try it out. It exceeded all of our expectations. We’ve had other crab rangoons in DC and PG, but nothing tops this. If you’re a crab Rangoon fan, this is the place to go.

18. Da Hong Pao Restaurant and Bar

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Da Hong Pao Restaurant and Bar
Location
4
Price/Quality
4.1
Service
4
Parking
4
Wifi quality
4

Address: 1409 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 846-7229

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Minh M Nguyen: I went yesterday with my bf and had a bad experience with the food. The staff is friendly but the food was not good and the price is a little bit expensive. I had never been here before but my friend recommended so I decided to give it a try. The food was not warm at all, just look like I ate old food. I ordered the roast duck and pork because I heard it is good but oh hell Nah, not warm and not crispy at all. Dimsum is okay. My boyfriend asked for a rice bow but the staff went for more than 30 minutes then he came back when we were almost finished with food. I feel bad when I took someone to eat at a place with a bad service like this and asked for a higher tip when I paid my bill.

Kyle Goodman: Mmmmm, my first time at dim sum restaurant and it was delightful. They had a temperature check when you walk in and then we were seated immediately. They gave us the menus and a pen to mark our selections. We ordered in two batches. Food came out so quick. Highly recommend asking for a side of chili oil. Everything tasted so good. The food was hot and the flavors were strong. There is a bathroom at the back for customers.

Monica R S: The fried rice and general tso’s chicken is so good: flavorful, great texture. Good for sharing! My go-to for comfort food after a night out in town. The service is speedy. The dim sum is also delicious.

Anita Molina: Came here with the fam for our first time trying Dim Sum. Did not disappoint. Asked our server to bring us everything he orders for himself. The food was excellent. Service was great. We sat outside and felt very COVID safe. Dog friendly patio. Overall, loved it. We'll be back soon.

Saif Al-Alawi: We came for the dim sum and recommend the chive dumpling, chicken feet and preserved egg and minced pork congee. I may suggest working on your chop stick skills or ask for a fork. I may also recommend learning how to say fork in another language to ensure your request is honored.

Jennifer Nguyen: We were visiting the city and saw this spot was rated well online, only to be disappointed. We arrived at 12:41PM and got seated at 1:30PM, pretty standard wait time. They sat us at the bar but it’s clear that they do not keep an eye on the bar as well as the table area. Before our waiter even came over, another waiter placed a dirty cup right in front of me at the bar — I pushed it to the side. It took our waiter about 10 minutes to even greet us or pick up our order. We asked three different individuals for soy sauce. The whole place seemed unorganized just like their bar area. The jasmine tea we ordered came out in the dirtiest pot. The food was mediocre. We spent about $60 + tip for two people. I didn’t think it was worth it based on the service and quality of food.

Habiba El Abd: Very quick service for quick lunch, very clean take good covid precautions ! The chive dumpling was so tasty could have 100 of them the vegetable steamed dumpling was stuffed and light and fluffy! Was looking forward to the shrimp stuffed tofu but it was sooo greasy just tasted like oil otherwise wish I ordered more food the noodles looked great! But I was punching alone and very good PRICE! Affordable dumplings !!!

Hong Hanh Dinh: Great place for dim sum in this part of DC. Don't come too late though, because most dim sum dishes are not available during dinner time. The quality is pretty good. I like the classics, such as siu Mai and steamed vegetables. The soups were also good.

JJ: The food was absolutely delicious. We were served very quickly and the staff was very kind to us as first timers at dim sum. The prices were extremely reasonable for the quality of the dishes. Everything was fresh and full of flavor. My favorite items were the chive dumplings, taro dumplings, sesame balls, and shrimp fried rice. 10/10 will recommend and will be back.

Xin Yuan: This is the place I would want to come again and again with my family and friends. Somehow I took a random picture but later becomes one of my best restaurant pics. @randomstory000 please try this crispy and savory noodle dish!

19. Eddie's Cafe Chinese Cuisine

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Eddie's Cafe Chinese Cuisine
Location
3.7
Price/Quality
3.7
Service
3.8
Parking
3.7
Wifi quality
3.7

Address: 2600 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 667-3939

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Joshua Drewes: Solid Chinese food - I had the chicken and vegetables, and it comes with hot sour soup. Not greasy, full of flavor and well worth it. Hot and sour soup is soooo good. I could have a pint of that and be happy. Food came out in under 5 min - packaged well for take out. Love this place

Hwa Shi-Hsia: Kung pao chicken was pretty tasteless, just sugary. Definitely not ordering this again. Will update my review in future if I try other things.

Cynthia C: We finished from dinning at the Lebanese place across the street, feeling unfulfilled and underwhelming, saw this place and got a Hot and Sour soup to go, and it was amazing, exactly what I wanted, actually one of the best hot&sour soup I had for a while, so would definitely recommend!

Maksim Zaretskiy: I used to get takeout here for years. Food was always half decent, if you know what to get. Then one time I saw the lady at the register take what was left of the soup that she was eating and pour it into another to-go container. She then packaged it into a brown paper bag with the rest of the order and send it off like nothing happened. She tried to hide behind the plastic so I wouldn't see, but that obviously didn't work. Needless to say I haven't been there since, but I wonder how many times I ate someone's leftovers.

Maggie Zheng: So good, large portions and so cheap!! They also deliver for only a dollar. Really really awesome. I got the chicken fried rice and hot and sour soup.

Tom Kunsman: Simply best Chinese food I’ve had in a while. Carry out only. But very fresh. Highly recommend

Andrea Gaitan: I love how flavorful the food here is, decent portions and prices. Great location and the speed they have to prepare all is great.

Linnea: Have to admit that as neighbors, we've overlooked this tiny restaurant, which offers takeout but has no place to sit indoors -- just a few seats on the wide sidewalk outside. (Truth be told, we kind of assumed it mainly served tourists.) But all we get these days is takeout and this evening we were craving Chinese food -- the sort we could find easily in Southern California, not the Asian-fusion dishes you get so often in DC (which to us are more like Thai and Vietnamese.) After reading some positive reviews and finding out that it was indeed open (despite the fact that Woodley Park's two big hotels have been closed for months), we decided to give Eddie's Cafe a try. We're SO glad we did and are just sorry it took us so long! Each dish was prepared in a different style, with different sauces and flavors; the portions were large; and it tasted really good. (Kung Pao Chicken, Eggplant with Ginger & Basil Sauce, and Pan Fried String Beans.) And we've got soup saved for tomorrow to enjoy with the leftovers. This is actually the best Chinese food we've found in this neighborhood, and we plan to become regulars. Don't ignore what seem to be holes-in-the wall!

Kyle Marcum: For a hole-in-the-wall Chinese carry-out restaurant, it deserves 3 or 4 stars. It's not amazing Chinese food, but it's good for the price. I had General Tso's. It came with a darker sauce that had a good taste but wasn't unfortunately wasn't very spicy. The chicken was well cooked but there were some fatty pieces.

Logan Schmidt: This is our neighborhood spot, sorta hole-in-the-wall looking. LOVE the food though—flavors are on point, portions are huge, and everyone is very friendly. Highly recommend if you’re looking for quick, tasty Chinese food.

20. Tony Cheng

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Tony Cheng
Location
3.7
Price/Quality
3.6
Service
3.6
Parking
3.6
Wifi quality
3.6

Address: 619 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 371-8669

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Roger Brittingham: My wife and I hadn't been in China Town in over 20 years. We made our decision actually by the physical plant on the street. This restaurant reminded us a lot of one of the restaurants we once loved in North Carolina. With that being said, the decor was worn out. Everything screams 1980's in the dining room with the exception of the prices. Lunch for 2 with tip was $$$ 61.00. The quality of the food was great. Fresh and very flavorful. Our waiter was the best. Dressed in a suit, he took great care of us and personalized our meal. Not sure it was enough for a return visit. Needs to be revamped with new decor and new price point.

RITA LIN: Food is average , service could be more attentive, food is pricey, soup is expensive and low portion size, and they over charge for hot tea

Shannon Leason: Very delicious food. There was hardly any wait time for the food after ordering and it came out piping hot and fresh. It is definitely worth the price. The staff was very patient and kind with us even though we were the last dine in customers before close.

Kanashii Natsubara: This place was extremely expensive but the service was fantastic. The food delicious 😋 and I have an allergy to garlic and onion. It amazed me that they accommodated my allergies and the food still tasted so wonderful. The portions are large so you can share with your loved ones. I definitely recommend this place again. Bring your CC. Well worth what you pay for the food.. warning. There is a surcharge for large groups.

Tia Blanchard: Best Chinese food I've ever had! All dishes are family style portions. Great service while in the restaurant. Even had it delivered to National Harbor and it was just as good as eating it in the restaurant. Tried 6 different dishes and all had great flavor. This place is a must!

Kaitlin Planck: We had a group of 5, tried a very large variety of food, including a whole duck and we weren't disappointed in a single dish! Very nice staff and courteous owners who checked on us often. We were all very happy with our entire experience here!

Ms. Jackson: Hello tourists in the Washington DC, area. I am writing to warn all travelers and DC natives to NOT eat at the Tony Cheng Seafood Eatery located at 619 H. ST NW Washington, DC 20001. This place was empty for a reason when my family and I arrived for lunch. The chairs were nasty and we had as well as the floors Prior to placing our order I specifically asked if their were any mushrooms in the Spring Rolls, and the waiter said no. So we all placed an order for Spring rolls and the first bit were loaded with Mushrooms. The waiter knew we did not want any mushrooms, but they continued to serve it to us anyway.We did not want to complain, so we covered our dirty seats with paper towels and took the mushrooms out of our egg rolls. As we began to eat our food we noticed all of the waiters sitting around to watch us eat the general tso’s chicken which the taste and texture was very questionable. So I decided not to eat the food and we asked for our tab, once we received our tab, we were hit with a unbelievable fee that was never told to us prior nor was it right. It was only 3 of us and yet we were over charged and hit with a very large gratuity fee. Talking about being greedy, unfair, targeting tourists, nasty attitude, and very unprofessional. Please don’t waste your time or money at this nasty restaurant! I gave a 1 star ⭐️ and that was being nice! Horrible

Cliff Albert: Wanted to treat ourselves to an evening out, enjoying some really good Chinese food. The food was okay, (although the spring rolls we could not eat; they had a bad flavor), the prices a little high, but the service was definitely not attentive nor cordial. The main server / waiter is rude and insulting, even demandingly so. There are many other places that have better food, with better prices, and with much better service!!!

Esther Y: PLEASE READ THE NEWEST REVIEWS BEFORE GOING TO ANY RESTAURANTS. I WISH I DID. We wanted some authentic Chinese food and it was overall good but very expensive! Service was good because there was only one other table. However, there were four of us and we were charged with an unexpected service fee/gratuity, over 20%. No mention of it at all! At the bottom of the paper takeout menu given to us before ordering, it said 6+ will be charged with the fee but it was not 20%!!! I agree with the other reviewers that the place is very outdated. A long and steep staircase to the second floor Chinese restaurant. It was a bad walk for an elderly. The elevator was not working. Is it discrimination against the elderly and the disabled?

Tyler Knowlton: A very capable Chinese restaurant. Highlights: walnut shrimp were huge! Beef lo mein was very good. Pot stickers were fairly weak. General Tso’s was solid. My impression is that that they excel at seafood. A good place for larger groups.