Excellent place for take out and dine in.
I routinely get take-out from China Garden because for convenience. I think a lot of people tend to do the same with Chinese food. However, I have dined in on a rare occasion or two and it has been a fine experience. Regarding take out, I cannot remember even one instance where they have either left something out or gotten the order wrong. Perfect every time!!
Although they serve the standard traditional American-Chinese menu - the food is still excellent for a reasonably priced establishment.
Nice people, good prices, accurate orders, prompt delivery.
I've ordered from them a number of times and they've always been nice on the phone, the prices seem reasonable for Chinese delivery food and they've always gotten my order right and delivered promptly (30 minutes or so.)
Oh..and the food is good too.
Since 1982, this restaurant has been pleasing just about everyone with its traditional, extensive, mostly Cantonese menu..
Pleasant but not unusual. Booths run down two walls, one of which has a line of high windows. Glass tops the red-and-white flowered tablecloths, complemented by red polyester napkins. With the menu comes a bowl of greasy crispy noodles to cut your appetite.
Everything from chow mein and egg foo young to emerald shrimp. The new owners have emphasized fresh seafood, including Maine lobsters and Seattle Dungeness crabs kept live in tanks by the door. The restaurant boasts about its Peking duck and Dungeness crab with ginger and scallions, available seasonally. Vegetarians can choose from among a half-dozen variations of bean curd and veggies.
Not the restaurant's strength--at least on one slow Sunday when the server disappeared into the kitchen. When you order a special meal, make sure from the beginning that all the components--such as China Garden's signature "coconut snowball" dessert--are available.
What to Order
China Garden steak, more tender than the lobster, with rich sauce-soaked mushrooms.
What to Skip
The bland velvet corn and minced chicken soup. If you're contemplating the Sea and Shore, consider ordering two entrees rather than a package deal. You can probably find a tastier accoutrement for lobster than the red pepper sauce, which flowed across the dividing line of broccoli to taint the shore.
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