Reviews on Chinese food in Canton, Michigan, United States. Canton, officially the Charter Township of Canton, is a charter township of Wayne County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is located about 8 miles (13 km) west of the city limits of Detroit and 8 miles (13 km) east of the city limits of Ann Arbor. As of the 2010 census, the township had a population of 90,173, making it Michigan's second largest township and eleventh largest community. Canton is ranked as 96th highest-income place in the United States with a population of 50,000 or more. Canton Township is also consistently ranked as one of the safest cities in the United States, as well as in the state of Michigan. In 2015, the township was ranked as the 29th safest city in America. Canton is one of Michigan's fastest growing communities.
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We had not ordered take out from Great Wall for many months because of three not so good past experiences. Because this is the closest Chinese carry out to us we tried again and were pleased with the improvement. All items tasted freshly prepared this time and the prices were the same. Now we hope that the quality will be as good next time we have an appetite for Chinese takeout.
4 based on 12 reviews
I ordered the steamed dumplings, general tso's chicken, and lo mein. Food was delicious and very good value. It took a little longer than they said to make the food, but it was quite good. Would recommend take out or delivery - restuarant is merely a few tables scattered around.
Small Restaurant located in a strip mall on Sheldon Rd in Canton. The restaurant is small and clean. The wait staff are friendly and aim to please. Prices are inexpensive but the food portions are large. Prices for dinners start about $10. Which include soup, egg roll and fortune cookies. Appetizers are very nicely priced an egg roll is $1.35 Small bowls of soup start at $2.50Good food and great prices a winning combination.
4 based on 31 reviews
Ordered carry-out recently (thankfully because there is minimal seating and you couldn't carry on a conversation over the blaring Chinese game show on the TV). We ordered 2 large wonton soups, chicken & broccoli, chicken & shrimp with vegetables, and chicken & vegetables. I was hoping for Gai Kow but the waitress looked at me like I was crazy and suggested this after I told her that I was looking for chicken with vegetables. The wonton broth was chocolate brown and the wontons tasted gritty, like undercooked pasta. They don't have egg rolls, just spring rolls which were also undercooked. The chicken and broccoli was ok, but the chicken and shrimp with vegetables was awful. Heavily breaded rubbery pieces of chicken in a very rich and salty brown sauce. There were maybe 5 baby shrimp and the vegetables consisted of diced (hard) carrots, celery and a few water chestnuts. Same could be said for the chicken and vegetables minus the shrimp. We had a few bites and then tossed it. Quite disappointing
4 based on 22 reviews
We have eaten at Chopstick House for 7 years. Always the same orders and they have even delivered. My daughter got Tofu and there was a bug on the tofu. We called and asked them to send us a new one - it was delivered so we wanted it delivered. They told us they were busy and we would have to wait to get our bug free replacement meal. 3 hours later they showed up. THREE hours! They wanted the food with the bug because they did not believe us that there was a bug - there were actually MULTIPLE bugs stuck to the tofu. We dug it out of the trash - put it in a zip lock and gave it to them. When they left - my daughter opened her new tofu and THERE WERE BUGS IN IT!! I was SO mad that I had to wait to call them back. When I finally calmed down I called and told them. Again - they were so surprised. They offered to let me come in and they would pay for her meal next time. I said NO WAY. we are never coming back. They lost a loyal customer. Anyone know a good Chinese restaurant in Canton?? I'm in the market for a new one.
4 based on 137 reviews
Dined here for the first time this past month, and the food was wonderful. We had crab rangoon for the appetizer, and it was nothing short of delicious. The sauce was divine. Egg rolls were also top notch. I had General Tso's Chicken for the main dish, and it was an enormous portion. (I took it home and split that into two more meals, and I typically eat larger portions than most people I know!) It was just as good reheated. I really appreciated the option to choose your spiciness, as I can't handle a lot of spice. I chose "slightly hot" and it was almost too hot for me, but the rice made it just perfect. On top of the fantastic food, service was exceptionally fast.
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