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Typical American Chinese resturant with standard menu...nothing special. Locals get take out and no reason for tourists to eat here IMHO. Asheville could use a great Chinese resturant and until one arrives this so so place will have to do
This place has generally good take out. Good consistency and great prices. I really like their hot and sour soup. It’s one of those things that I always want when I’m feeling sick.
The “Combination” platters come with white rice or fried rice and an...More
Ordered takeout dinner and was surprised at the quality from this mom&pop shop. We had Hot & Sour soup, Mu Shu pork, General Tso's chicken and Kung Pao chicken. All were well prepared and comparable to an upscale restaurant in Cupertino, Ca that is my...More
I walked in to place an order to go. The very young teenagers taking orders were barely civil, no welcome, no smiles, and they acted like I was a bother to them. I placed my order and sat down. After 15 or 20 minutes. I...More
I get food to go here a lot. Everything is always fresh and tastes really good. Good prices. Today I got two lunch specials, Hunan Beef with white rice and pork with mixed veggies on white rice. Also got 2 pork egg rolls . Total...More
I love Chinese food but I have tried so many in Asheville that it seems all the same. Poor quality food and endless buffet garbage. The Asiana in south Asheville is OK but there should be a Chinese restaurant in every neighborhood.
This one is...More
If your calling for take out - the people on the phone are rude and will most likely hang up on you before your finished. When my food was delivered it was wrong and they said it was going to take an hour and half...More
We stopped in on the advice of a friend - last time that I will be taking restaurant advice from her. I had the General Tso's Tofu - it was ok but I have had much better. My friend had the pu pu platter -...More
Not very good. Cold sesame noodles come hot. This is the way they do them. They're called "cold" sesame noodles for a reason! Leave them in the fridge overnight and they're yummy.
Similar to mediocre Chinese food offered anywhere. Sad, since Asheville food is usually...More