Best Chinese restaurants nearby. Discover the best Chinese food in Alpena. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Chinese restaurants near you.. Alpena /ælˈpiːnə/ is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan and the county seat of Alpena County. It is considered to be part of northern Michigan. The Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary is located in the city. The population was 10,483 at the 2010 census. The population swells with a large number of visitors in the summer.
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4 based on 18 reviews
Love their Thai dishes and their cabbage egg drop soup. We eat here at least once a month. Small Buffet however very freash ingredients in every dish. Veggies are always a generous size and very freash. When ordering off the menu always have enough to take a box home.
3 based on 71 reviews
you have an option of all you can eat or from the menu. the food is good. there is also a full bar.always thought of it as a little pricy but o.k.
I have eaten here several times for lunch and dinner. The chef cooks all the meals after the order has been taken, so the food is always fresh and prepared as ordered. The quality is always excellent and gourmet.
3 based on 23 reviews
I have stopped in here periodically, each time I do I hope it has improved, but to no avail. They do have a larger buffet than the other places in town, however even though the steam tables are on, the food is quite often cold, which is odd since the general temperature in the dining room is near "sauna". I usually stop in for lunch on my way out of town after running errands. It is a quick in and out, they do sell the buffet by weight if you are inclined to take some to go. Most of the dishes are pretty mild, and there are usually items not found on a Chinese buffet for those who aren't fond of Chinese food, or for the kids who sometimes are pretty particular with their eating habits. One thing that really bugs me other than the cold food is they serve the hot tea in a regular coffee cup. I could forgive that, except it is those old super thick mugs that are really annoying to drink from. I really don't like the fact that along the buffet line, they have a refrigerated cooler that has clear glass windows and you can see that many items on the buffet comes straight out of a number 10 can or from bulk packaging straight from Gordon's or Sysco. Many of the cans are barely covered by plastic wrap and still have the spoons or ladles in them. That has to violate a ton of different health codes besides the food temps. If they are going to do this, at least they could get some frosted contact paper and put it on the glass so we didn't have to see the junk inside!
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