4 based on 85 reviews
My wife and I stopped here on a whim. We were looking for a dinner stop not fine dinning. We didn't want the hibachi show, just dinner. The dinner special came with an app, miso soup, salad, a meat selection and fried rice. All the dishes came fast. We ate and paid. Out in twenty minutes! Just what we wanted. No waste of time waiting for the next dish. No waste of my precious vacation time.
4 based on 57 reviews
716-204-8898 Cantonese cuisine
Back after moving out of town,4 years ago, to enjoy lunch at my "go to" Chinese restaurant for the previous 10 years in Williamsville, NY. Soup was good but cold. Had to have it placed into microwave. Sauce, shrimp, veggies, were tasteless. No amount of soy sauce or mustard could revive it. Service was just OK. My friend's lunch was fiery, a dish he has had before without complaint. "What's UP?"
4 based on 45 reviews
Simply put: their sushi and sushimi is always excellent... Wait staff knowledgeable and helpful. As a rule availability quite good..
4 based on 90 reviews
Took the family and went for a much needed Thai fix. Was not disappointed. It is a nice, smaller place. The service was very friendly and prompt. The menu was wide ranging - I was impressed with the timeliness of the food prep and it was all very good. Nothing negative to say at all - we will visit again.Side note for people who were asking, no alcohol on the menu but my wife loved the Thai iced tea.
4 based on 30 reviews
Mandarin is an eat-in/take-out restaurant with ample parking and located on a busy strip. The place is clean an updated and the staff is very friendly and efficient. We had a Groupon, went there for a late lunch, and were not disappointment. Our server brought out crispy wonton strips and sweet/sour dipping sauce to start, which was fine. I chose a fried egg roll with my combo, and it was hot and cispy-chewy-delicious! The food orders came very quickly and were hot off the stove. I had the typical General Tso Chicken, which was better than average with smaller pieces of chicken, broccoli, and really good fried rice. The presentation was appealing and the flavor was great. My wife had Vermicelli with Shrimp, which was very tasty and also a decent portion size. The entire meal worked out to just over $20 plus tip. Overall this was better than average Chinese at a good price, in a convenient location, and with great service. We'll definitely return in the near future.
4 based on 89 reviews
Six of us had dinner. Everyone ordered a different menu item. We all loved our food. I didnât give 5 stars because the bathroom was messy. We will definitely go back.
4 based on 38 reviews
The people of Taisho are always attentive. The variety of sushi is interesting and high quality. They even have a decent selection of cold sake. We love to eat here both as a family and for business meetings. One of our favorite "neighborhood" places!
4 based on 63 reviews
Went for dinner for Local Restaurant week and it was a great experience. Our server was great. For $20.17 I got a soup (miso), appetizer (chose gyozaâ¦pan fried chicken dumplings), a signature roll (Dancing Lobster Roll- inside had tempura lobster, spicy crab, mango and the outside was wrapped in soy paper with sliced avocado on top with a wasabi basil sauce) and dessert (green tea ice cream). The portions were fantastic (6 dumplings) and the roll I chose was huge! My husband got the same deal but chose the salad, shumai (steamed shrimp dumplings) which were great and the Angry Dragon roll (inside of spicy tuna and shrimp tempura and outside of spicy snow crab with roda sauce) which was so good. Always order takeout (which is excellent) but dining in was an amazing experience. Everything is fresh and delicious. Love Fuji!
4 based on 37 reviews
Have been wanting to stop here on my last couple trips to Buffalo. Finally got my chance. We were not disappointed. I had my first Tom Kha soup and it was heavenly. I had a dragon roll with yellow tail and he had a yellow submarine roll. Both were very good. Service was excellent. Will definitely eat here again.
4 based on 154 reviews
Had a craving for authentic Oriental food and there is NOTHING worthy of trying in my immediate area so we took the 30 minute drive to Red Pepper. Weâve visited before and were never disappointed. The place is a little run down but as long as the food is good who cares ? We were greeted friendly and seated right away. We enjoyed the complimentary tea and noodles with dipping sauces. Our server (as well as the others we noticed) were very cordial. The menu here is extensive as can be expected at a place serving Asian cuisine. I donât like veggies so I try to order things with a lot of meat and noodles. Our party got won ton soup (delicious flavor), Kung Pao chicken, General Tso chicken and beef with vegetables. The meals also came with a TON of rice and Lo Mein. All were really tasty with just the right flavors. Meals came out really fast and HOT ! We also got the Spicy beef and Sweet\Sour chicken to go. They, too, were good. My only complaint was the Spicy beef had very little beef and a HUGE amount of onions/carrots/peppers. I was also disappointed that the online menu I found prior to arriving was quite different than the dinner menu at the restaurant. Online you could order the usual large or small portion. On the menu this was not an option. When all was said and done we had enough food for about 7 people (took a lot home) and I think the total bill was only about $63. I feel we got our monies worth. Portions were very large.cant wait to go back !
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.