Excellent food-try the fresh pea tips and 5 spice squid! Friendly staff. We go regularly for dinner.
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I don't understand the poor reviews, as we have always had good food and service at the Grand Shanghai. This weekend we ordered the Hunan Chicken and the Mongolian Beef which were both delicious. Good sized portions meant we had lunch for the next day...More
Got a deal off of Groupon. Not worth it. Food has no flavor especially the egg rolls. Was not good at all. The buffet looked really old too. Lady was nice but won't go back there to eat.
Was in the area one day. I took one look at the buffet and considered walking out, but we were pressed for time. A few items on the line were eventually refreshed and were fair in quality, no better. The rest looked like greasy meat...More
Grand Shanghai Restaurant is the only Chinese Restaurant on the block. There is nothing fancy about it. Just plain and simple Chinese food served in an big room dotted with tables covered in white tablecloths. Its a "no sweat" place. One goes in, gets seated...More
Average (that's being kind) Chinese American food. I will forego the descriptive adjectives I may generally pepper my experience with as the restaurant also decided to forego the flavor. I had the Lemon Chicken, which was basically heavily breaded chicken with a lemon "gel" on...More
Four of us met for dinner here last night. My wife and I shared the appetizer tray and shared the Mango Chicken. Both items were prepared correctly and were quite tasty. The people we met had the egg rolls as an appetizer and shared the...More
Seven others and I had a business lunch at Grand Shanghai. We all chose the buffet, which had a nice assortment of dishes, including some unusual ones. The food was quite tasty and the interior of the restaurant is pleasant. Typical dishes included sweet and...More
Grand Shanghai is a good option for Chinese food in St. Paul. They have a wide variety of items on the menu and everything I've had here has been good. They also have a decent buffet at a great price. Is it the greatest Chinese...More
Most of the people seemed to be from the area and perhaps slightly older. Therefore, the food is not spiced and certainly not hot. I ordered Kung Pau chicken and did not see evidence of one single chili in the dish. It was very bland....More