Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Oroville. Oroville is the county seat of Butte County, California, United States. The population was 15,506 at the 2010 census, up from 13,004 in the 2000 census. Oroville is considered the gateway to Lake Oroville and Feather River recreational areas. The city of Oroville has recently annexed two locations in South Oroville, areas A and B, which have a combined population of 2,725 people. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated the population of the city to be 17,996 as of January 1, 2016, up 1,908 people or 11.9 percent since 2010. The Berry Creek Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California is headquartered here.
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4 based on 100 reviews
When I lived in Oroville this was my go to place eat. Authentic chinese food and restuarant has been there since 1922. Huge portions, great prices, and great food. Always have a take home box even for lunch. As good as any San Francisco restaurant.
4 based on 13 reviews
Simon is the owner and has brought excellent pho to Oroville, of all places. He had an earlier Thai restaurant in town, which he sold several years ago. Now he's back and my 3 to 4 visits per year to Oroville are not complete unless I eat here (I always get the steak pho) at least once.
My husband and have been wanting to try this restaurant and e finally got around to it, it is family owned Asian fusion and is excellent a wide variation of dishes to try , from appetizers, noodle bowls main courses and small plates. We are from San Francisco and this place reminds us of our favorite Tai restaurant that closed in the city. We will definitely return.
3 based on 11 reviews
We've been waiting for many months for this place to open. The two local casinos both have buffets--the one at Gold Country is excellent. But this is the only oriental oriented one and it is offering Americanized versions of Chinese, Japanese and Mong food.There is a sushi table but the offerings are very odd, not at all traditional in flavors and the rolls are very thick making each much larger than bite size and difficult to manage without them falling apart. The prices are about the same at the really excellent similar buffet in Chico about 30 miles away--about $9 for lunch with a 10% senior discount available if you ask. Drinks are NOT included in the prices. Dinner and meals on Saturday and Sunday are $13.There is a pretty good selection considering the place is small and space limited. They have some desserts but the salad bar has basically nothing on it. The service was friendly for seating but horrible at the table once drinks were delivered--no one was available to refill drinks or for anything else once the drinks came. No one ever came to the table again. We had to ask several times for the check. We came on a warm summer day and there was no air conditioning so the place was too warm inside. The decoration is very plain(it just opened). The food selection was ok and taste ok although a number of dishes are prepared in ways that were unexpected. Trays were often empty and replaced very slowly or not at all. Although it is some distance away, in the future we will continue to drive the extra 30 miles each way to Chico to eat at Kwandos although we like to support local Oroville businesses when we can. Our local government works really had to stop any new businesses from opening here in Oroville or makes the effort crazy expensive and difficult so we like to counter that when possible.
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