Reviews on Chinese food in Nottingham, Maryland, United States. Nottingham is an unincorporated community in Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. Its elevation is 62 feet (19 m). Although Nottingham is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 21236. Nottingham is often considered a broad area in Baltimore County, encompassing many census-designated places (CDPs) and unincorporated communities. There is also a historical town in Prince George's County, MD that was named Nottingham - it is now an archeological site.
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3 based on 15 reviews
If you like asian food, you will enjoy China Wok's dishes. Dining in in a bit small, but can accommodate a family of 5-6.
4 based on 42 reviews
A co-worker of my husband's overheard him talking about a favorite Chinese restaurant of his and suggested he check this place out so when we were in the area this afternoon grocery shopping we stopped by for lunch. Although I was a little disappointed that they don't offer the lunch specials on Sunday hubby and I ended up sharing a combination meal that was more than enough for the both of us. When you are first seated they bring you a pot of delicious hot tea which hubby and I completely emptied and they also bring a bowl of Crispy Wonton Strips to snack on. We ordered the Shrimp Toast and the Shrimp in Garlic Sauce Appetizer which came with Wonton Soup, 1 Egg Roll, Pork Fried Rice and dessert. First off I just have to say that I have been eating Chinese food for well over 45 years and I have never seen Shrimp Toast this large, and it was delicious. The main meal was just as yummy although I would have liked for the shrimp in the dish to have more flavor and there truly was so much food that I cannot imagine being able to ever eat that by myself. The service is spot on, lots of parking and even without the lunch specials the prices are very fair. We will definitely be back for sure.
Hands down the best Chinese food! I have had Chinese food from MANY places but this is by far my favorite! The prices are reasonable and they typically give you a 2 liter of coke!
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.
4 based on 10 reviews
My family and I order from here often. Their portions are generous for the price and the sushi rolls are surprisingly good. The servers are always very friendly and courteous. I definitely recommend them for dining in or carry out. The kids always like the big fish in their aquarium.
4 based on 17 reviews
Realizing that The Orient in Towson is closed (forever or for renovations) my heart sunk. I'm not sure if it's the same restaurant, but the food seems the same. Lots of meat, very little breading, great tasting sauces and inexpensive. The menu is expansive with sushi all the typical Chinese food we have come to know and love. I highly recommend the sesame chicken, small pieces of breast meat with very little coating and a portion big enough for two people.
4 based on 77 reviews
I have eaten here perhaps 3-4 times, the last being 2 years ago. However, yesterday (06/20/2018). It was a disappointment. I can only comment what we ordered. We ordered Seafood pan fried noodles and sizzling tofu. The noodles were way salty and the scallops were tough, we asked them to take it back, which they did. So we ordered something else, we ordered crispy beef, this too was a disappointment, its fried shredded beef with some sauce, The sauce wasn't too bad at first bite, But the taste kept getting weirder after the 3rd-4th bite.... As for the Tofu, its just tasteless. Generally, tofu doesn't have a lot of flavor, it actually soaks up the juices of other ingredients, but its the texture of the tofu combined with the sauce is what makes tofu tasty. But not in this case. I just hope they would improve their dishes.
4 based on 24 reviews
Had lunch on Sunday at this non-descript restaurant in a shopping plaza, and was very surprised by the quality of the food. Daughter and I shared fried dumplings and a $5.99 lunch that included really good wonton soup and pretty good chicken with walnuts. The service was prompt, the place is nicely decorated, and we were in and out in 40 minutes. If you are NE of the Baltimore Beltway near White Marsh, this is a great find.
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.
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