Reviews on Chinese food in Muskegon, Michigan, United States. Muskegon, Michigan, built on the fur and lumber trade, is now a calm vacation spot on Lake Michigan, calling itself "The Riviera of the Midwest." Sunbathe on several beautiful beaches along Lake Michigan, including Pere Marquette Beach, a certified Great Lakes "clean beach." Muskegon State Park provides hiking and camping opportunities in the summer, and ice skating, cross-country skiing and even a luge track in the winter. The city is also home to Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park.
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4 based on 46 reviews
We travel extensively and sample many Chinese buffets (check our reviews) This one gets top marks from us for variety and freshness. Overall impression: lunch selections include a lot of chicken dishes. Most are deep fried. Lighter on seafood, pork and beef options. Best item sampled: Hong Hong beef (with large chunks of steak in it). Honorable mentions:Crab rangoons (actually had a hint of crab taste); pepper chicken; honey chicken. Small selection of sushi. Skip: the hot and sour soup.Other info: Option to create your own stir fry (Mongolian BBQ) with a very wide variety of sauces. Several varieties of soft serve ice cream (in a corner - hard to find). more additional desserts (other than ice cream) than many buffets. Senior discount. Ample free parking. Sturdy chairs and tables (suitable for large size patrons). Clean bathrooms. Good lighting.
This is a place I go to about twice a month, for take out. Best sushi I have ever had, anywhere! The Christmas roll is amazing, grilled fish on top. The portions are large, plenty for 2 people. I also get the chicken lo mein every time,garlicky goodness. Small dine-in area, bottled drinks sold as well. If you are a sushi lover,come check this place out,you can watch it being made fresh, and won't be disappointed.
4 based on 36 reviews
Four of us went to Chan's for Chinese. Service was friendly but slow. Appetizers were rubbery and lacking flavor. The crispy chicken was very salty and more crispy than chicken. My wife liked the sweet and sour shrimp. The bar is open to the dining area and doesn't lend itself to quiet conversation. Overall, not impressive.
As a vegetarian, options can be limited when eating out; but at Egg Roll House, they have at least one great tofu option. I ask them to prepare it with a water base instead of chicken broth, and they are happy to do so. It is my favorite restaurant meal in the area.
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