Such a disappointment! Over cooked vegetables and meats swimming in tasteless brown sauce. Only the potstickers were edible. Not good, just edible.
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I arrived in Bend and was thinking Chinese would be good to take back to my room and eat. So looking over the menu, i thought I would go with the standard Kung Pow chicken, then I asked the waiter for his recommendation and he...More
Traditional Chinese food. No surprises or attempts to be fancy. Large serving sizes. Really, one main course could feed two people with no problem. Attentive service. Reasonable prices, too, which seems to put it in the bargain category for Bend.
Food was delicious! Quickly seated food served quickly. Hot and sour soup was awesome with a hint of sweet and the white pepper kick at the end. Portion size was huge and extremely filling. The house special noodles were a bit salty but everything else...More
A few feet from Revere on third on left side in teensy mall, small, maybe 20 tables, lunch menu $7.95 is egg roll or crab puffs, hot and sour or egg flower soup, and an entree (orange slice and tea come with it). Entree is...More
We enjoy this establishment often. And it always meets our expectations. Hard working staff and as friendly as can be. Food as good and fresh as any big city we have dined in. We always do Chinese when we travel. And this one is where...More
I'll give them 3.5 stars. Not the best Chinese in town, but definitely pretty good. I'm just very thankful they will deliver to my work which is all the way on the opposite side of town!
On the main drag but hidden away in a mini mall, this restaurant offers a good selection of well prepared and tasty asian foods at reasonable prices.
Restaurant is super clean and very well kept. Booths were comfortable. Wait staff was extremely helpful and really made the whole experience joyful and comforable. Food was extremely well presented and we're huge portions. Was not over seasoned at all. My lemon chicken was fantastically...More
After moving to central Oregon from the Willamette Valley a few year ago the first restaurant disappointment was the lack of decent Chinese eateries in Central Oregon. That was until we stumbled upon Szechuan Restaurant. Reminds us of Portland quality. Since we discovered this the...More