Find out what Chinese restaurants to try in Hilliard. Hilliard is a city in Franklin County, Ohio, United States. The population was 28,435 at the 2010 census with a census estimate of 31,012 in 2013. It is a suburb of Columbus, Ohio and part of Norwich Township. Hilliard is home to the Early Television Museum (only one in United States), the second largest First Responders Park in the United States, and Heritage Rail Trail. Hilliard also has the only flag from the World Trade Center that is not in a museum. The flag is located in front of the fire department on Northwest Pkwy.
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4 based on 120 reviews
P.F. Chang's is a restaurant concept that honors the 2,000-year-old Asian tradition of wok cooking and believes in making food from scratch every day in every restaurant. With a Farm to Wok food philosophy at its core, P.F. Chang's chefs hand-roll dim sum
Our food came quickly and our waiter was outstanding!! We had a coupon for free chicken lo mein, which was delicious. We also ordered our normal entrees: pepper steak, shrimp fried rice, and spicy chicken. We also ordered potsticker sauce for each of us, which is the way to go!
First time to try the takeout, and was pleasantly surprised! Wonton soup was the best I've had in years,with a mild ginger flavor in the stuffing. Moo goo gai pan and beef with broccoli were well done, with crunchy vegetables and not-too-salty sauces. Only complaint was the broccoli had a slight bitterness to it, but overall meal was still above average.
This is a great little Chinese restaurant. It's not an elegant sit-down restaurant, and probably qualifies as fast food, but is better than most any other Chinese food restaurant of this type. I've been coming here on and off for years and never had a bad experience. Most of their chicken dishes are pretty good, as well as pot stickers and spring rolls. Sesame chicken or General Tso are my favorites.
4 based on 22 reviews
Iâve been ordering take out from what we call âthe 10 minute restaurantâ for well over 10 years. We call it âthe 10 minute restaurantâ because you could order freshly killed broiled rhinoceros and theyâd say without batting an eye, âOK 10 minutesâ. The dishes have always been hot and flavorful! Today I ordered the Pad Thai. The normal hostess (Mom?) wasnât there. The Thai was a bowl Â½ full of white rice, Â½ of rice noodles. A few lengths of grated carrots. 3(!) shrimp. Thatâs it. No crushed peanuts. No greens. Nada. No points for flavor for what was there either. If the owners are turning it over to the kids, theyâre not ready! Go! Try! Theyâve been reliable for years!
4 based on 49 reviews
Sunday brunch meet up with family while we are visiting Columbus area. Enthusiastically greeted and cared for by a lovely waitress who tended to all of our needs. We really felt like we were being looked after (which you don't always feel in all-you-can-eat buffet situations). Most of us chose the buffet which had a wide variety of nicely prepared items that were replenished as needed during the time we were sitting/talking/eating. My picky-eater 10 year old niece had one small scoop of rice so our waitress said there would be no charge for her. I was so satisfied by what there was to eat on the buffet that I did not even look at the dessert options. I would definitely make a return trip here. Our bill for 5 adult buffets, 1 order of Lemon Chicken off the menu, was $85 before tip.
4 based on 104 reviews
So I was in town for business and a colleague picked this spot. I was a bit skeptical as we pulled up to the place but boy was I surprised. Our server explained their options and introduced us to good sake. The sushi was fantastic - could not believe I was getting this quality in Columbus -- no offence to central Ohio.Definitely will be back if the opportunity arises.
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