Monday to Friday 11am to 9pm
Saturday to Sunday 12am to 9pm
quality, portion size have gone down hill ,prices have gone up . was a great place for my first 10 years here last 2 years the foos has gone down hill portion size smaller will not go back
We are looking forward to visiting your new restaurant.
You might want to change your Sat/Sun opening time to 12:00 pm as 12:00 am is in the middle of the night.
Going to try this place tonight. They have a high bar to reach. My home town restaurant "East Ocean" in Alameda Ca. is going to be hard to beat. Very popular.
Very bad food night!
Pork fried rice very dry and no flavor
Orange chicken NO sauce and over cooked
Sweet sour soup just ok
Will not be ordering food there anymore.
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I have been coming here since it opened my son & I came for dinner I order take out for family @ home their was leftover chicken lo mein fed it to my dogs when I got to bottom their was a bug looks like a roach omg I my stomach began to turn the soup that nite wasn’t even warm it was getting very thick I can’t believe this I won’t b goin out to eat there any more how does a bug get to the bottom of take out container unless place is crawling with roaches
First time order of take out for my family. 6 different items ordered. Chicken and beef very tender. Sweet and sour shrimp also very good. Would differently order from here again.
Very disappointed with the flavor of the food, the price and there were no dipping sauces in the box when we got the food home.
The best drop soup the food is amazing I recommend this place
Can you tell me whether you use msg in your meals? My wife is highly allergic to it.
WE dined at the Shanghai Club with visiting family ,we loved it.
Part 2 - DIRECTIONS
Prepare sauce: In a small saucepan, stir together cornstarch and water until smooth.
Gradually stir in chicken broth, mushrooms (if desired), butter, soy sauce and bouillon granules.
Bring the mixture to a boil, stirring constantly.
Let boil 1 minute. Keep warm.
Prepare batter: Beat together cornstarch, flour, baking powder, egg and water until smooth.
Coat each piece of chicken with batter.
Pour vegetable oil into a large skillet or wok to the depth of 1/2 inch; heat to 375 degrees.
Cook coated chicken pieces in oil, turning once, until golden -- 5 to 7 minutes.
Drain on paper towels.
Cut chicken diagonally into strips.
Reassemble strips in chicken breast shapes and place on a bed of shredded lettuce. Sprinkle with almonds and green onion.
Spoon sauce over chicken and serve immediately.
Here is the recipe for almond boneless chicken:
Part 1 - INGREDIENTS
2 whole skinless chicken breasts, boned and cut in half
1?2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon dry sherry
4 tablespoons cornstarch
3 tablespoons water
3 cups chicken broth
1 1?2 cups Chopped mushrooms (optional)
3 tablespoons butter
2 teaspoons soy sauce
3 teaspoons chicken bouillon granules
3 tablespoons cornstarch
3 tablespoons flour
1?2 teaspoon baking powder
1 egg, Beaten
1 tablespoon water
vegetable oil, for frying
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE... add ALMOND BONELESS CHICKEN (War Shu Gai). No one in Arizona has it except for a restaurant in Scottsdale called New China Gate. They don’t make it right, and it says even on their menu that it is their best seller.
Are there any options for a gluten free diet?
Never let down in 18 years. Very good food and service, always.
Sadly the chicken was awful. Not sure what happened tonight but it would be worth looking into!!!
We have been to your restaurant several times and the food is always good. We ordered Shanghai Chicken as a takeout order. Dadly