Find out what Chinese restaurants to try in Orangevale. Orangevale is a census-designated place (CDP) in Sacramento County, California, United States. It is part of the Sacramento–Arden-Arcade–Roseville Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 33,960 at the 2010 census, up from 26,705 at the 2000 census. It is located approximately 25 miles (40 km) northeast of Sacramento. The community is known for its rolling hills that offer the best views of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, its foothills, and a rural environment in the middle of a growing metropolitan area. Some residential properties in the area are zoned to accommodate horses and orchards. It has a ZIP Code of 95662.
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First off, the service was good to excellent. There was hardly any one there and I had to request that my beverage be filled. In defense of the server, she may be part of the cooking staff.We enjoyed the pork/chicken noodle stir fly. The chicken skewers were also delicious. There are many restaurants in the area so cost has to be a factor. California is not business friendly, taxes are the highest in the Nation. The items we ordered were good to excellent. I prefer a little more seasonings and salt to items I ordered. My wife, however choose to not to add extra seasoning or salt. The cost was quite reasonable with twenty percent off for the grand opening. There is a sign on the menu, that states they will charge you ten dollars if you waste food. In southern California, that law has already been tested and won in a court. The customer said that she accidentally spilled the food on the floor. Did the owners expect her to eat the food off the floor? Worth giving a try, all you can eat, cooked to your order.
4 based on 57 reviews
Went to the one in El Dorado Hills. The above mention soup was great but the rest was average. The main dishes we ordered included lobster sauce shrimp and shiitake mushroom beef. They were tasteless. The portions were adequate and the prices moderate. The service was good.
4 based on 26 reviews
Our family has eaten here for over 15 years. The food is consistent. It's absolutely delicious. Hot, fresh, with the best ingredients. Portions are large. This is a family owned business and service is great. Prices are very affordable. We love the generals chicken, the sweet and sour chicken, the beef and broccoli, and the amazing chow mein!
This panda express is pretty good. How can you go wrong with orange chicken, sweet and sour pork, Mongolian beef, chow mein, fried rice..yup it has all the usual Chinese favorites. This location can sometimes be slow so be prepared for a not so express visit during peak hours.
4 based on 10 reviews
We met up with a group of friends and ordered a variety of dishes. A few couples ordered the Combo #1 and Combo #3, which are seafood boils served in a bucket. You select the seasoning and level of heat. We ordered the #3 with Cajun Fusion flavor and medium heat. It's a blend of Cajun, lemon, and garlic.It's fun to work your way through peeling the shrimp and cracking the crab. It can get messy, but they provide tools and a bib. It was cooked perfectly and the flavor was excellent. There was some heat, but not overpowering at all. The combos look expensive from the menu, but you get a lot. The 2 of us were very full and we still had leftovers to take home.Other dishes ordered were the crawfish, walnut shrimp and appetizers of garlic Cajun fries (very good) and deep fried mushrooms with a spicy dipping mayo (amazing). Everyone had a great time and really enjoyed the food. Service was great and very helpful. They also have a sink just outside the restroom for cleaning up from the combos. A nice touch. We'll definitely be back since there are several things on menu that we really want to try. Highly recommended.
4 based on 309 reviews
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We have visited this restaurant so many time since it opened and Fat City in Sacramento... Alway consistently great food and service. Sometimes there is a wait for a table, but that is because they are good! Lots of variety and something for everyone.
3 based on 9 reviews
Remember Chung King canned Chinese food. This is pretty close. We were visiting family and this was in their neighborhood in a strictly non-Chinese enclave outside Sacramento. I guess I've become spoiled because I drive through the Las Vegas Chinatown ever day.We ordered a Family meal A. It started with egg drop soup. Too much cornstarch and was rather slimy and too salty.Chop Suey (a collage friend who had emigrated from China indicated that chop suey translates to something like garbage or a nicer translation is leftovers) in this case was way overcooked noodles, canned bean sprouts, a bit of chicken and once again a sauce that contained much too much cornstarch. Another slimy dish with not enough crunch.Sesame chicken and sweet and sour chicken were both over breaded and both came in the same sweet not really plumb sauce. The differences was the sweet and sour was smaller chunks of chicken and a minute quantity of pineapple (no sour at all) whereas the sesame chicken were chicken strips that had been cut up after being battered and fried sprinkled with sesame seeds. The sesame chicken de-laminated after the sauce soaked it a while. Pretty lame.Beef and broccoli was a victim of cornstarch sauce and also a bit greasy. The broccoli was cooked very well but that alone did not pull the meal above a poor.Hot tea was nice. Staff friendly. Fortune cookies were good.I love to see the little guy win but this place is destined to fail. It was empty on a Friday night. I know the people in the back probably don't eat the stuff that goes out front and I wish they would serve the food the staff makes for themselves it is probably much better. Save money and a better meal at Panda Express...
4 based on 117 reviews
I thought this would restaurant be full of non-Chinese people, since I thought this would be more of a tourist destination. I was right that I was the only Asian person aside from the people who worked there, but there are so many regulars, I was really impressed! This is on the main tourist drag of Old Folsom, so I imagined people from all over coming to eat. Nope. From the conversations, 99% are from right around. Are there stereotypical Chinese American dishes with huge portions? Absolutely. But are there lovely traditional-leaning dishes? Yes, there are! We really liked the seafood with mixed veggies (such a great sauce!). The fried green bean appetizer was generous but could have used a bit of flavor in the batter; dipping it in sweet and sour sauce isn't my thing. It was the same sauce for the Mandarin duck. The duck itself was so creative, crisp and chewy and fatty and boneless. But the sauce was a bit cloying for me. Now I know. Service is fantastic and friendly.
4 based on 18 reviews
Love this restaurant!! Their Honey Walnut Prawns and Hot & Sour Soup are to die for! Usually the only thing I order from there, so yummy!! The prices are very reasonable, especially for what you get. Their fried rice and chow mein are great too!!
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