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Ordered from them as they were the only place in town that delivered to my hotel. Lady over the phone had trouble with my order, but was trying to order kung-pao chicken.
Food arrived and it was THE WRONG FOOD! Try calling back the restaurant...More
I have never had lunch or dinner at Zhang's itself, but I have had takeout several times and have not had any major issues with the food. Most of the food seems to be Americanized, but I'm fine with that.
This is horrible!
We ordered take-out, a wide variety of stuff for four people and every single item was just YUCK. We've lived here for 20 years and tried pretty much every Chinese Food place in the surrounding areas and this is at the bottom...More
my daughter was home from college and wanted fried wontons, so we tried this place. Bad mistake. The food was barely edible, Greasy, bland, old tasting pre made Chinese food. The mall has better Chinese food than this place. Skip the fried wontons and go...More
I was staying in a hotel and the front desk indicated this restaurant was pretty good and delivered to the hotel.
I ordered egg drop soup, sweet and sour chicken, that came with an egg roll and some rice, and a side of fried rice....More
My Mom and I were craving Chinese Food and the place we usually go to looked busy so we went here. I wasn't thrilled with the inside, the tables all seemed a little sticky. I wanted to leave, but my Mom insisted we stay and...More
I am from this area and returned to visit and was looking to try new places in town. What a mistake I made going here. This place used to be a pizza place when I was growing up and looks like the new owners have...More
Sometimes you just don't feel like going out and want your dinner
delivered to your home direct from the restaurant. And sometimes you crave the unsophisticated tastes of your youth when you enjoyed the standard chow mein or chop suey, or even the more complex...More