Chinese

Hunan Slurp

Hunan Slurp

Generally you like your restaurants to have appetizing names. You know, names that evoke velvety richness, or hominess. Something nourishing or refreshing. Or e...
RedFarm

RedFarm

This joint was probably dreamt up by our commie, pinko president who wants to take away all my guns and is a nazi. I mean "red?" Get it, red? Like People's Repu...
Rising Dragon

Rising Dragon

And, no, I didn't put the wrong picture up here. I know it says 'Fuji' on the awning, but within this Japanese exterior is also a Chinese restaurant called ...
T.S. Ma

T.S. Ma

This is the Chinese restaurant that ushered in my first foray into healthy living Chinese cuisine. Was my meal still like a million calories and eight thous...
Chef Yu

Chef Yu

Discerning one Chinese restaurant from another is a tough. Especially, that is, if the place is nothing special or extraordinary or beyond the chicken with mixe...
Manchu Wok

Manchu Wok

I've had some bad Chinese food in my life. I've had some really, really awful Chinese food, but this may be some of the worst. Imagine Kibbles & Bits di...
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Evergreen Shanghai

This place is deceptively large. From the outside it seems like a dinky Chinese joint, but the doors open to a cavernous interior filled with lunching dorks of ...
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BOS Noodle Shop

So now we know what that darned blonde Duke boy is up to: he's given up his lawbreaking past and opened a Chinese seafood b.b.q. noodle shop in Hell's Kitch...
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Wok & Roll

Straight from the malls of middle America and into your home comes Wok & Roll. This food court staple is Chinese food for areas that don't have any Chin...
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Kingdom 48

Oh the monotony! Seriously, what is the deal with mediocre Chinese food? What's with the half-assed attempt to take advantage of the people's love of the $4...
We Liang Ye

Wu Liang Ye

What can we say about Midtown Chinese restaurants that hasn't already been said? They're fancy. They're packed with dudes in suits. They're overpriced. This is...
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TSE Yang

Tse Yang loosely translated is: pretentious, overpriced midtown bullshit. Again, we say that there is no way to make gourmet Chinese food. Chinese food come...