Discover Restaurants offering the best Chinese food in Lebanon, New Hampshire, United States. Lebanon locally /ˈlɛbənən/ is a city in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 13,151 at the 2010 census and an estimated 13,513 as of 2016. Lebanon is located in western New Hampshire, south of Hanover, near the Connecticut River. It is the home to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Dartmouth Medical School, together comprising the largest medical facility between Boston, Massachusetts and Burlington, Vermont.
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OK, full disclosure: this place is in a Mobil gas station. You order at the counter and sit in plastic booths. But seriously, don't let any of that put you off. The food is tasty, standard Chinese fare. Big portions, of course. And cheap. (Be sure to order a la carte and avoid the steam table unless you're in a hurry.) The staff is friendly and accommodating, despite the usual shouting in the kitchen area. It's a lively scene, with lots of young Asian grad students from Dartmouth College up the road. And that's a real recommendation in my book. My doctor eats here. What more can I say?
we went there for buffet good food great price ....the only thing is ...the chicken ...general powwww.was some kinda hot lol
3 based on 88 reviews
Built into gas station...yup I typed that...but $12 dinner buffet was worth investment...Some different than usual buffet options...clean...tasty....enjoyed!
3 based on 12 reviews
Sunrise Buffet is one of two Chinese food buffets in the Upper Valley, the other being China Moon Buffet in White River Junction. I went to Sunrise Buffet on a Saturday night and it was not crowded at all. We were immediately served and brought our drinks. The atmosphere was nice, with a mixture of tables and booths. The food selection (both Chinese and American) was great, with many of the dishes coming fresh out of the kitchen. The General Tso's Chicken was especially good, with crispy fried chicken smothered in a sweet sauce. The chicken and mushrooms, pan-sauteed garlic green beans, crab rangoons, as well as the teriyaki chicken skewers were some of the highlights. Sunrise Buffet also has a wide array of desert options, including cream puffs, sprinkled sugar donuts, tiramisu, and four different kinds of ice cream. At around $12 for all you can eat, the Sunrise Buffet is worth checking out.
3 based on 30 reviews
We really enjoy this little hole-in-the-wall restaurant. It's order at the counter, get your own utensils and tea, and the food is served in throw-aways, that you can easily take home. The portions are enormous, the people very friendly and prompt.
3 based on 40 reviews
This "hole in the wall" restaurant has been here for years, but we hadn't eaten at it until today. FANTASTIC. I had the spicy green beans and chicken, fried rice and an egg roll. My husband had the sesame chicken. Everything was fresh and made to order and really delicious. The front desk lady was very nice and efficient. The pace is simple but clean. Incredibly reasonable, Sizable portions Highly recommend this place.
3 based on 72 reviews
We have reliably ordered from Peking Tokyo for many years and have eaten there several times. For a small town the food was always pretty good. Over the last year we have had several disappointments. Our most recent delivery order was simply horrible. We had spring rolls for appetizer. They were soggy and tasteless. The filling was mushy. No joy eating them at all. I had ginger chicken with string beans. It was mostly green beans. More bland than usual. It is as if the cook did not know the recipe. My wife had assorted Sushi/Sashimi. This was a disaster. Very small pieces of fish, some of them foul-smelling and off-color. Not good and not much of it! She threw a lot of it out because we were concerned it had gone bad.We concluded we would not order from them again.
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