Since I moved to York 3 years ago this is the only Chinese Resterant in York that I will go to. I have tried all three location and this by far is the best.
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We come from an area of true Chinese food that can be found on just about every other corner, which of course means we know good Chinese. Chinese Kitchen is equivalent to what we could find in the deli section of our grocery store. Meaning, you can eat it but it's not great. Not to mention I never in my... More
We have been eating here for years! We have tried many of the different meals and have loved them all. You do have a choice of either a chicken wing or egg roll and the wing does not have "hair" on it...they are pin feathers. The wing is delicious as is the egg roll. My husbands favorite is the MooGooGaiPan... More
These guys have the best Chinese food around. I simply LOVE their pepper steak. I am a Chinese (well, American Chinese) food lover, and I simply love this place.
We've been a couple times. The sesame chicken was good. But the chicken wings we ordered looked like it had hair on the skin. What kinda chicken has hair and not feathers? It was just weird. Couldn't even make myself try to eat it. So just avoid the chicken wings.
This is not very good Chinese food. I also do not like how your side is a chicken wing. The establishment isn't very clean either.
Who puts cinnamon in an egg roll? The sesame chicken tasted like a healthy choice dinner only worse, the Mongolian beef was ok flavor wise of you could chew the rubber beef, the crab rangoons were nasty nasty cream cheese and no crab the dipping sauce tasted like balsamic vinegar. The white rice was the only edible thing.
It took 6 years to try it, but I wish I had 6 years ago. Twice in the past month the food was fantastic, reasonable on price, and quick, and friendly service. I should have tried them years ago (I think to think of all the disappointing Chinese meals I ate in that time).
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