Great for lunch or take out. Good local neighborhood restaurant . Good portions of food. I love lunch in.
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I've been going here for the past 15 years. I go here for the food. You get so much food, you will likely have leftovers to take home. Lunch is an especially good value. The port & garlic sauce is wonderful. Typical mom & pop...More
Visited for the first time the other day with friends, had a delicious dinner. Service was okay... seemed short-staffed but they eventually got the job done. We came for the good food and in that regard we weren't at all disappointed.
Shrimp fried rice is great. Crawfish boil Cambodian style is fantastic as well Any stir fry is crisp and fresh. The seafood soup is great as well
Their lunch special is amazing and great value. We continue to enjoy, but have since branched out to their noodle bowls and Cambodian dishes. Wow! Service is great, Kia and everyone else are so friendly and quick to welcome you back. Have done dine in...More
After eating here for many years, they started slipping a bit in both service and food quality. However, since new owners took over a few years ago, our family has had only excellent food and service. Red Pepper's commitment to quality in both food and...More
For years we visited The Red Pepper for reasonably priced, good Chinese food. About a year ago the management changed and the offerings now are not only Chinese, but Cambodian and Vietnamese selections. This off the beaten track location means it is easy to miss...More
Went here for take out. Usually take out takes about 10 minutes max. Here it took 20. They brought out my food and then did not call me. I wondered if that was my bag and had to ask. They said there was no name...More
Great menu, fast, friendly service and plenty to eat! Good value for the money and the food was yummy! It's in a small shopping center a few doors down from Patrick's French bakery so enjoy dinner at Red Pepper and a great dessert from Patrick's!
As some of you know from my past review, I spend a lot of time working in Asia, so I thought it might be helpful to tell you about where my wife and I like to go when we are back home in the Twin...More