Reviews on Chinese food in Round Rock, Texas, United States. Round Rock is a city in the U.S. state of Texas, in Williamson County (with a small part in Travis), which is a part of the Greater Austin, Texas metropolitan area. The population was 99,887 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 39 reviews
Hao-Hao Round Rock has been bringing authentic Vietnamese and Chinese Cuisines prepared from unique family recipes since 1986. With a family atmosphere, relax setting, finest meals, friendly staff, fast services, and with great customer service. Customizi
We found an ad for Hao Hao in a local monthly publication, with a discount coupon. We gave it a try, and were pleasantly surprised to discover a very fine south Asian restaurant, with both Vietnamese and South Chinese cuisine. We had appetizers and Pho for dinner, and both were great, especially the spring rolls, with spicy satay sauce. The three of us each had a different pho, and found them all to be just wonderful. If you are at all curious about Vietnamese food, or are looking to get a great refresher on it great basic cuisine, this is the place. It does not have the haute cuisine of Hanoi or even Ho Chi Minh City, but has all the basic traditional fare down pat.
4 based on 28 reviews
Locally owned and operated Chinese Restaurant since 2008. We are a Full Service restaurant including Dine In, Take Out and Delivery. Our knowledgeable staffs are always ready to serve!
I like this spot. The food is consistently good. I accidentally ordered vegetable egg rolls instead of my regular shrimp egg rolls and they were pretty good. This was my first time getting the jalapeÃ±o shrimp and it was quite tasty.
4 based on 28 reviews
At Four Seasons Chinese Restaurant, we are known for our modern interpretation of classic dishes, and our insistence on only using high quality fresh ingredients. Since 1988, we have been a cornerstone in the Austin community, serving delicious chinese cu
I loved this restaurant maw hen my mum & I first discovered discovered it. After all it is just a few stores down from my reason for existence, Joann's. Lately, however, the food has been inconsistent. We suspect either new management or owner. Maybe a new chef would make the difference. Either way we still head there just in case it'll be a good day.Our goal is to make sure that you always leave full and happy, so it's disappointing to hear that we've been inconsistent with that. I assure you that, although we've changed management, we're still committed to being the same place you know and love. I hope that next time you pay us a visit, you get to taste that five-star flavor.Wishing you well,Cuong - Owner
4 based on 26 reviews
Inchin is our favorite Indian-Chinese restaurant in Austin. (For those who are wondering, Indian-Chinese is basically Chinese fare with spiced up aka âIndianizedâ recipes)The restaurant has a nice and welcoming atmosphere, good service, moderately priced menu options, and has a full bar. They also do offer a buffet option during lunch time as well.I highly recommend the Chicken 65 (which is not theoretically Chinese but is still awesome), hakka noodles, chop-suey and their fried rice. Actually, if you like spicy food, you really canât go wrong.My only complaint would be for the cocktail/mixed drink prices - which are quite high - considering the tiny quantities.Otherwise, this restaurant is a great option and I highly recommend it.
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