Discover Restaurants offering the best Chinese food in Schwenksville, Pennsylvania, United States. Schwenksville is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 1,385 at the 2010 census. It is notable for being located near the site of the Philadelphia Folk Festival. The borough was founded in 1684, when the Lenni-Lenape Indians ceded to William Penn the land along the Perkiomen Creek; it was incorporated in 1903. The borough was named for George Schwenk, whose son, Jacob Schwenk, served in George Washington's army.
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This is our go to spot for Chinese food. Food is fresh and not oily like a lot of Chinese restaurants. Love the wanton soup and the chicken or shrimp with vegetables. Restaurant is clean and friendly, although simple furnishings and decor. My family has eaten here for many many years.
Small restaurant with large menu options. Primarily take out but does offer a few tables for dining in. Portions large and reasonably priced. Offer Americanized options.
4 based on 28 reviews
There was nothing inside or out that would indicate that this was an Asian styled restaurant. Our server arrived almost immediately after we were seated but brought nothing to the table. I missed the house made fried noodles our favorite Asian restaurant provides at sit down. A nondescript green salad and soup accompanied each entrÃ©e. Three of us ordered the won ton soup which was very light and tasty but with no noodles to add.There were several appetizers to choose from and we tried the spring rolls which were crunchy and fresh, but I was disappointed that it did not arrive with any sinus clearing hot mustard. There were one or two entrÃ©es that might not appear on the typical Chinese restaurant menu but we ordered more standard fare.Everything arrived well presented and freshly made. The portions were generous for the chicken and the lo mein entrÃ©es, not so much for my shrimp dish which was certainly not skimpy. We all enjoyed our dinners and since The Black Dog is a BYOB, we didn't get rocked with outrageous drink prices. When we are looking to have an exceptional Chinese style dinner, we will travel the extra distance to Veekoo, one of our favorite restaurants, but we certainly will be no strangers to The Black Dog.
4 based on 54 reviews
I recently ate at this restaurant and enjoyed a Gen Pso's dinner combo. It was very good. My wife also liked her shrimp and vegetable dinner combo. it was served quickly and was plenty hot and was plenty for a second dinner. The restaurant is clean and on a Friday night had plenty of help. We arrived just prior to what seemed to be their busy time. There was only two tables occupied when we arrived but when we left there were at least a half dozen and a number of take outs lined up for pick up.Getting our bill took a little extra time as our waitress may have also been helping in the kitchen.The only turn off was that with the shades up on the front window I could see how smeared and dirty they were. for sure someone didn't know how to clean windows.Plenty of parking and no Wi-Fi.
4 based on 147 reviews
We were very impressed by the efficient service, fresh food, and good values. This is a BYO restaurant and they were most accommodating. It was nice to bring our favorite wine of choice and not be limited to their choices. This is a good feature of their restaurant, and a solid reason we will return again.
4 based on 19 reviews
If you're getting takeout, be sure to check your order before you leave the restaurant. The place is about a mile or so from us and they consistently blow the order. When we call and complain, their typical response is, "Oh, we'll give it to you next time!" The food is good but if you don't want to make a second trip, Check your order before you leave! You have been warned.
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