Reviews on Chinese food in Rosedale, Maryland, United States. Rosedale is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Baltimore County, Maryland. The population was 19,257 at the 2010 United States Census.
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4 based on 136 reviews
P.F. Chang's is a restaurant concept that honors the 2,000-year-old Asian tradition of wok cooking and believes in making food from scratch every day in every restaurant. With a Farm to Wok food philosophy at its core, P.F. Chang's chefs hand-roll dim sum
Gr8 place to take a break after shopping near by. They take reservations so you don't have to wait 30+ minutes for a table like other surrounding restaurants. Nice atmosphere good food.
Not sure what changed recently but this place is back to being on point and when I place a delivery order it always arrives in less than 30 minutes, even during lunch hour. I always say I'm gonna venture outside my comfort zone but usually end up going with my tried & true favorites - Shrimp in Garlic Sauce, Shrimp Lo Mein, Bourbon Chicken, Shrimp Toast & for hubby Egg Rolls. The Shrimp in Garlic Sauce is marked as being spicy but trust me, it's not and I always forget to ask them to add a little more heat. The shrimp are a nice size while the ones in the lo mein are a bit smaller and the bourbon chicken lasts me for days, kinda have a feeling they're adding red food color to the dish though. They have lunch specials that run to 3:30 so if I'm planning on having this for dinner I usually order before that cut off time to save a few bucks for nearly the same amount of food
3 based on 10 reviews
This little strip mall location is small and a bit unassuming, however with another sushi location steps away certainly does deliver flavorful quality food. The dining room is small, but with a no fee byob who cares. The server was informed, friendly and full of personality in a very unusually pleasant way. We had sushi roll combo, generals chicken combo and were impressed with the apps of the chicken plate but the hot and sour soup is a bit too thick and fat egg roll was kinda floury tasting. The generals chicken sauce is homemade and rather bland and flat lacking the bright spicy/sweet tang we were expecting. Obviously they use ground spice as it had a gritty texture and the sauce would benefit from a more traditional preparation with whole chilis. We are big eaters and were very satisfied with the portion size but the shrimp toast is a must and it with a roll would make a nice entree. Though the sushi combo salad dressing is better than most, I'm not a fan of such a flat one note iceberg salad. Our evening was a good one and this is a great mid-week quick bite place, no romance or frills, just good food.
My wife and son love coming here, but I am not a fan on this location (either). I tried again today and same as the last time. The noodles were not hot the portions are disproportionate. The kids meal had the same amount of orange chicken as the the bowl for $1 cheaper with a drink and a cookie added. The bowl had lots of rice and little meat. The chicken was a lot of batter and cooked hard. Still not impressed with this place. Kitchen staff seem to always be different. Revolving door I guess.
This was our 1st visit. The front door has 2 large cement Lions greeting you beside the stairs. The place is huge, when you walk in there is a giant wall poster for Horse Shoe Casino in the hall. Continuing, there is a deli area with a deli box with desserts to purchase to take out then there is a sushi bar area with booths that is not completed yet. There are Stone Soldiers lining the hallway. The decorations are very good.The main dining room can seat 300 people and has a small stage area in the rear. There are several party rooms on the side for private parties which was not completed yet. It has only been opened 6 months but will be very nice when completed. The area next to the bathrooms is a fountain with fish and a large fish tank on the wall over the entrance arch. We went for dim sim and they had the carts which offered a nice variety but the quality was OK compared to Washington DC or NY. It was nice that they offered dim sim everyday. At 1 PM on a Wed, most of the customers were Asian which is a good sign. It was 25% full even though it is located in an industrial complex. The lunch specials look very good and came with soup, egg roll and entrÃ©e. There isn't many places in Baltimore for dim sim everyday so this place should do well. It will be magnificent when completed, hopefully in the next 2 months. The owner greeted us and thanked us for visiting.
OMFG I love Panda Express! Always fresh, hot, delicious food w fast friendly service. I got honey walnut shrimp, angus steak, and bacon orange chicken
4 based on 29 reviews
The restaurant is located in a warehouse building. So the appearance is already discounted and uninviting. Inside, the restaurant resembles a large canteen, a stereotypeChinese style restaurant. It is suppose to be popular for its dim sum but there are better dim sum restaurants than this one. We had a few items delivered to us undercook on the pork and beef. The place is noisy when is packed full with diners on a Sun dim sum lunch. Been there for dinner which is less crowded but the dishes are just average. This is not cheap eats but just average cooking. I wouldn't recommend if you have to drive far to eat at this restaurant.
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