Reviews on Chinese food in Syracuse, Utah, United States. Syracuse is a city in Davis County, Utah, United States, between the Great Salt Lake and Interstate 15, about 30 miles (48 km) north of Salt Lake City. It is part of the Ogden–Clearfield, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 24,331 at the 2010 census, an increase of 158.9% since the 2000 census. The city has seen rapid growth and development since the 1990s.
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My husband and I had dinner this evening at Koi. They are located in a shopping center alongside I15 off Layton Hills Drive north of Antelope Drive which does make it a little hard to find. The restaurant is clean and looks new inside. We have both traveled and lived in Asia. This is the best Chinese/Japanese food we've found here. We ordered egg rolls as a starter, chicken Yaki Soba, and Sichuan Pork with an iced tea and a hot tea. The waiter and sushi chef both spoke Chinese and English. The food came very quickly and was excellent. The prices are very reasonable for the amount of food we received. Even after eating our fill, we have another meal for each of us and at least one lunch for my husband. The only reason we didn't give the restaurant a 4.5 is that the waiter didn't have much enthusiasm for his job. The server gave us a nice smile when she delivered our food.
4 based on 39 reviews
If you love a good Mongolian grill this is a great place. We went here around 2 and the lunch crowd was just leaving. There is not a very long line and the food was great!
My husband and I go to Hello China about once a month. Their Chinese food is fresh made and very taste. We have tried other places but Hello China has much better tasting food. The portions are large and we always have enough for another meal a day later with their combination plate. Prices are very reasonable and the folks who owe the restaurant are very nice. We always get excellent service. If you love Chinese food you'll love Hello China.
4 based on 8 reviews
Ordered there for the first time today. They were very friendly over the phone and their delivery was very fast. The food was ok. My husband loves General Tso's chicken because of the spice. Theirs wasn't spicy AT ALL. The orange chicken was way too sweet and couldn't taste orange at all. Sesame chicken was pretty good. Loved their ham fried rice and the egg rolls were excellent. Everything kind of had a hint of very old greasy oil, though. Probably won't go back.
Some friends suggested Wasatch Wok, their having just found it a few weeks before. The service was really good, prices reasonable, and the food was terrific! Not one of the five main dishes was a disappointment -- from soup to a couple of curries to a noodle dish, plus calimari appetizers. The only problem was that not many people seem to know about it. Just a few others came in while we were there, one for take-out. We all agreed that word needs to get out about this place so they stay in business.
I have lived in Utah for just a little over a year now. This was arguably the worst experience dining experience that I have had. When I walked through the entry and caught the smell of the restaurant, I should have turned around. It smelled like dirty carpet, among other things. I have never gone into a restaurant and been overwhelmed by the smell like this. Thankfully, the horrible smell was mainly relegated to the entry and front end of the restaurant. The dining area wasn't as bad.You are given a small bowl of crispy wonton skins and sweet and sour sauce for dipping. These were fine and probably the best thing I ate there.I ordered a cup of the hot and sour soup and one of their chef's specialties: Mandarin Delight (i believe that is what it was called).The soup was heavy on the sour side. I am used to a deep, rich color and flavor -- this had neither. I did not finish the soup.The Mandarin Delight just wasn't good at all. The shrimp were inedible. I realize that Utah is land-locked and ordering any seafood can be dicey. I ate one of the shrimp -- it had a very strong aftertaste. Enough that I wasn't going to dare eat another one. The vegetables were very odd. There was little consistency in size and cutting. I had one "chunk" of carrot that at least 3/4 of an inch thick, while others were thinly sliced.The sauce was described as "light", which I later realized meant no flavor. The BBQ pork in the dish resembled lunch meat that had been sliced up. The chicken, however, was pretty good.The server was very nice and attentive. I was very happy she didn't ask me how my meal was -- I wasn't sure how to tell her that it was the worst Chinese food I have ever eaten and that the restaurant needed a deep cleaning. She could probably tell be the amount of uneaten food that I did not enjoy it.I have gone to restaurants here in Utah and have not had good meals. I tend not to do reviews on those, especially if they are mom and pop shops and the servers were nice. I give them the benefit of the doubt that maybe I just caught them on a bad day. This, however, was truly just terrible. Do yourself a favor and stay away.
With a traditional Asian atmosphere as well as a great menu, especially during lunchtime, and good service, Maple Gardens is a superb Local Asian restaurant that was opened following the flood of Asian places in the Ogden, UT area following the mass immigration of Chinese Railroad Workers. This is by far the best in Ogden with massive portions of food for extremely low prices. A four person order will easily feed 6. This is a great restaurant for a casual sit-down lunch or a hearty family meal.
4 based on 21 reviews
I had their Hawaiian Shrimp, now I am not sure why strawberry sauce and strawberries slices made it Hawaiian. That being said, it was very tasty and presented well. I would and will go back here again.
When we first moved to the area we really liked this place. Since then it has gone under new ownership and there have been changes to the food. General Tao's chicken is different and a few other dishes. Still deciding if we like the new version of this place. The decor went from modern to Chinese cheesy with Christmas lights, pictures of food in the windows.....etc
4 based on 32 reviews
This is by far the best Chinese food place over ever eaten at! And I think the best Chinese food in Utah!! Always my go to for Chinese food and just introduced a bunch of my family to it today and they all loved it!!
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