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A Royal Salute w/ Separate Compartments, Each Containing Individual Ingredients w/ Its Own Taste-a Magnificent Appetizer to Precede the Regal Feast That Awaits You.
Special Soup Du Maison
At least for two, plenty for four) a spectacular overture orchestrated w/ the delights of the sea-lobster, jumbo shrimp, back fin crab meat, plump scallops, & the rarest of the shark's fin obbligato. This oriental delight is a precious chicken broth fit for an emperor, & all these ingredients are floated w/ slivers of beast of chicken. The soup reaches its crescendo as crisp fried rice is suspended within the ambrosia.
Phoenix & Dragon Soup
In china, the restaurant names the chicken as phoenix & the shrimp as dragon, so we've selected white meat of the chicken & the shrimp to make this delightful soup.
Chicken & Sweet Corn Soup
Are you tired of your everyday bland soup entrees? Declare your independence w/ a tender chicken broth packed w/ selected white meat from the virgin breast of the great american chicken & blended w/ prime corn, creamed style for your taste buds.
Prime Steak, Chinese Style
Prime new york sirloin, cooked as you like it & served w/ a dark & delightful soy-based sauce. Some say that this dish is just perfect, others claim it is a religious experience, but most customers just say, "bring on the steak. " No chinese restaurant has ever had anything like it. Try it, & you'll see what we mean.
Bite-size cuts of spicy chicken sautéed con amore, topped w/ a fabulous sauce based on soy, from a recipe carefully guarded since the 17th century & handed down from father to son.
Silver Dollar Chicken
Shredded chicken w/ special chinese-browned scallops & snow peas. Secret ingredients handed down from seventh son of a seventh son of the same mandarin emperor.
Shredded Chicken Buried w/ Snow Peas
What a delightful marriage this is, in which the most tender of the chicken weds w/ the texture & flavor of snow peas grown on the sunny side of the blue ridge mountains.
Weeping Willow Chicken
The size of the chicken is the same size as the leaves of the weeping willow cooked w/ hunan sauce. Tender, spicy, & lovely.
The original crispy duck, peking style, served w/ chinese pancakes, scallions, & a magnificent plum sauce. Henry the "k's" favorite dish.
Prepared as the peking duck, but cooked golden brown by the chef w/ his exotic recipe. Delicious!
Shrimp w/ Chinese Vegetables
Spectacular jumbo tender shrimp w/ special chinese straw mushrooms on a bed of fresh bamboo shoots, together w/ a light & delicate sauce.
A szechuan style delight w/ the largest of the jumbo shrimps cooked w/ ginger, sesame seed oil, garlic, & love.
Hot Special Shrimp
Special preparation - first deveined & deep-fried, this exotic recipe is a combination of shrimp, garlic, ginger, & chili sauce.
Chinese Toffee Apples or Bananas
Small chunks of crisp apples or bananas are tossed in toffee over a fast, wide flame in a shallow rounded pan for a brief minute. Then they are rushed to your table & immersed in a dish of ice-cold water to harden & crystallize the toffee coating. Eat them at once so that the apples or bananas inside the cool coating will still be hot.
Pu Pu Tray (for Two Persons)
Each Additional Person
Steamed Meat Dumplings
Fried Meat Dumplings
Bar-B-Q Spare Ribs
Sliced Bar-B-Q Pork
Sizzling Soup w/ Shrimp
Sizzling Soup w/ Sliced Chicken
Crabmeat & Sweet Corn Soup
Hot & Sour Soup - Szechuan Special, Highly Seasoned Chinese Style
Mr. Han's is sort of the epitome of how Chinese restaurants used to be. It has an upscale feeling with great service and incredible food. The eggdrop soup with corn is incredible as was the Peking Duck, salt and pepper shrimp, and the spicy chicken.
We truly had an enjoyable evening here celebrating our niece's graduation from UF, but it had nothing to do with the food or restaurant. We came here several years ago and the celebration reservation was made based upon that experience. Save yourself some time and...More
This is a great family run Chinese Restaurant. It has nice atmosphere and top notch food. High quality and no parts is parts means a lot to us. Make sure to look at their celebrity photos on the entryway. Many famous people have enjoyed that...More
Mr Han’s is by far our favorite Chinese restaurant in the entire Gainesville/Ocala area.
We’ve been coming here regularly since the 1970’s and we’ve always been very happy with the high quality of the food, the delightful romantic quiet atmosphere overlooking the duck pond, and...More
We went for lunch on a Saturday, the restaurant was nicely appointed and looked like it had been in business a long time. There were two other tables occupied by Asian couples so I was hopeful. My eggplant "crispy" appetizer was soggy with very thin...More
We came to this place because it had good reviews. We started out with egg rolls that were quite good. They are not made in the restaurant. One order of chicken chow main was good as was the pork fried rice. An order of “crisp...More
This was my first time and what a pleasant surprise at the beautiful interior of the building and the delicious food. There are pictures with the Hans and many famous people.
They have a very different menu with meals for 4 people which included a...More
Owned by a Chinese couple, I've been there twice, nice food, the only restaurant serving Peking Duck in Gainesville. At night they turn off the lights and light up candles, quite romantic. The old lady used to be a dancer(or opera performer?). You may encounter...More
So Mr Han is a very weird place. It’s out of the way and very unassuming. It’s old fashioned on the inside and may have used to be really cool. We have only ever seen one waitress there so the service is a bit slow....More
I first ate at Mr. Han’s over thirty years ago and the food is as excellent today as I remember. Persuaded my husband and our friend to go for dinner and we were quite impressed. Our waitress was an older lady and she was welcoming,...More