The fried rice was good, big portion for $10. I had lo mein before but it was too oily for me, I don't recommend any mein dish.
The dining area feels like a "Chinatown" restaurant. This small Chinese restaurant is in the middle of an ethnic foods strip-mall that features a "real" Chinese and oriental grocery store, a "real" Chinese butcher (with cooked whole birds hanging in the window with heads and...More
I work around the corner from Chao Zhou and was thrilled when a decent Chinese restaurant opened up where Mandarin Dining once stood. OK, a few doors down... The menu here is really fun, though perhaps not for those craving San Francisco "chinese" food. There...More
This was the first time we tried this restaurant. It is a small, nondescript restaurant in a strip mall. It seats about 20 people in a very plain diner type atmosphere. It is right next door to a Chinese BBQ carry out shop. The menu...More