Discover Restaurants offering the best Chinese food in Brazoria, Texas, United States. Brazoria (/brəˈzɔːriə/ brə-ZOR-ee-ə) is a city in the U.S. state of Texas, in the Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area and Brazoria County. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, the city population was 3,019.
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4 based on 10 reviews
Large buffet with Asian & American food. Large variety of fresh sushi. Even when crowded, easy to maneuver around the buffet serving stations. Great tasting and fresh!There is a hibachi grill where you choose all of the raw ingredients of your hibachi experience. The chef will grill your choices and add the flavoring of your choice. My favorite is the chili sauce.This restaurant offers discounts for Seniors, Policemen, Firemen, Military, School Teachers, School/Church Groups.
4 based on 8 reviews
My wife and I typically eat here about once a week for good Chinese. They have many choices, and it is buffet style. Chinatown has all the common things like choices of 4 soups, egg rolls, and spring rolls,rice, noodles, and all the common Chinese dishes. It also has boiled shrimp, king crab, salad fixings, fruits, and a limited selection of desserts (and ice cream machine).I particularly like the boiled shrimp with zucchini squash, the pork BBQ short ribs, and the chicken stickers. Also the pepper steak with broccoli, and the General Tsao chicken. The baked fish has tasted somewhat fishy, so I avoid it. We get a senior discount of 10%. The meal usuallly runs us about $20.00 for two persons. Add the cost of drinks to this.
If you like this type of buffet,, this is the place. Nice & clean, nice restrooms, good flavor and lots of MSG I suppose,, will definitely return when in the area,,
2 based on 6 reviews
This is listed twice, once as China Town, and once as Chinatown. Not fancy seating or location, but buffet has tons of tasty choices, and a good value. This should be rated much higher than many of the restaurants currently above it. My wife and I usually eat there every Sunday we are in Lake Jackson. It typically has 4 soups, several fish dishes, shrimp, crab, several chicken and pork dishes, salad fixings, fruit, desserts, ice cream, etc. The number of choices are awesome. I like the pork ribs, beef broccoli, mushrooms, fried fish, boiled shrimp, chicken teriyaki, etc. Everything on the buffet is fresh at noon, so I prefer then rather than dinner. You can eat a big, varied lunch and you will be too full for dinner. Our lunch with water to drink usually costs $10-12 apiece. This is a great value.
4 based on 60 reviews
Great service, Great food, prices are a little high, but great atmosphere. My family has been coming here for years, and we love this restaurant!
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