Discover Restaurants offering the best Chinese food in Circle Pines, Minnesota, United States. Circle Pines is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 4,918 at the 2010 census.
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I was a little disappointed because the restaurant wasn't anything special. Our sever was a little girl who did everything for us while her parents sat there and ate their meal. It was actually pretty awkward. I had chicken and broccoli dinner meal with a egg roll and fried rice, and we ordered cream cheese won tons. I did like the won tons but everything else just seemed meh and generic it isn't a place I would excitedly go to and recommend to other.
2 based on 10 reviews
Had the mongolian chicken... delicious! And ice cream... also very tasty. Friendly staff. Watch to make sure they don't partially fill the ice cream cup by leaving a big hole in the middle when they wind it around. I felt like the price was a bit high for what I got.
4 based on 12 reviews
The bottom line: 1. Flavors are layered, complex and scrumptious. Believe me on this one. This is high caliber cooking...absolutely. 2. Portions are huge. 3. Prices are crazy cheap (I hope they don't go out of business because of undercutting themselves). We have only had take out, but I hear they have an incredible lunch buffet for only $6.15. What we've eaten: Szechuan Kung Pao Chicken -- perfect. Sesame Chicken (which I ordered 'spicy') --so good. Tons of veggies including carrots, mushrooms, onions, cabbage, celery, water chestnuts, peapods. Regular Chow Mein: I thought this was a bit too thin-----too much sauce and too little substance, however the flavor was excellent. Cheese wontons: best I've ever had....and my husband agrees. Then, the first time we ordered take out, they threw in some of their homemade doughnuts for FREE! They were delicious. Last night, they threw in some egg rolls for FREE....they list two kinds of egg rolls on their menu, and I don't know which ones these were, however, they were very different from anything I've ever had, and by far the BEST of anything I've ever had.I also cast my "clean freak" eye (inherited from my mom) around the dining room, and the place looked pretty doggone spotless. You. Must. Go. There.And no I don't work there (probably sounds like it from the way I'm gushing), but we do live a mere two miles from there, have lived this close for 21 years and just now have discovered it. I feel like I've somehow "lost" 21 years of my life.
4 based on 29 reviews
Plenty of free parking. Attractive but dark ambiance. Friendly and attentive staff. Limited food selections. No fresh fruit. Chicken wings and chicken satay were OK, but dry. Would not be my first choice for an Asian lunch buffet in the future.
4 based on 11 reviews
Wonderful service. Nice atmosphere. Large portions. Worst tasting Chinese food I ever had. So bad that I could not even eat it to be polite. I disliked mine. Another person in my group disliked hers. Third person was satisfied with hers. If you go, don't order the lemon chicken, the sweet and sour chicken, fried rice, or the wonton soup.
4 based on 73 reviews
Service was wonderful and quick. Wait staff was friendly and willing to talk with you. I would definitely liked to have seen some sort of combination meals available. What we ordered was absolutely great. Entries come with white rice with an upgrade of $2 for fried rice. That or you get a whole order of fried rice and share it.Yes, we would go back there again. Prices were what I would consider upper mid-range, but not outrageous.
4 based on 12 reviews
Small little strip mall joint. Not a lot of tables, but who cares. Service was way above average, food was great. Had pot stickers, hot and sour soup (excellent) and red curry chicken (excellent). They make the curry sauce with coconut milk, which totally makes the dish. Patronize this place :)
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