Reviews on Chinese food in Graham, Washington, United States. Graham is a census-designated place (CDP) in Pierce County, Washington, United States. The population was 8,739 at the 2000 census and grew to 23,491 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 13 reviews
I always figure this is more Japanese than Chinese. Miso soup is a staple which is Japanese. We've never had bad food here and we've gone as long as they've been open. It totally beats the teriyaki places on south hill. I just don't always feel like driving down the hill. The chicken teriyaki is flavorful not too sweet and not too dry. The portion is just right. The soups are good. The happy eleven is a great family platter or if you want to try a little of everything and then take some home. The tempura is not too greasy. Veggies that come with are always cabbage with carrots which I can take or leave but better than the ridiculous salads other places have.
3 based on 35 reviews
Well House of Kee may not be ancient but the family business is approaching its 40 year anniversary this month. While the food is not the greatest it is convenient for those who live in the Puyallup environs except for fighting the Meridian traffic. The food is fresh, crunchy veggies abound and nothing has been sitting under a hot lamp. The Lounge has good drinks are priced fairly and the entire wait staff is friendly. The fried shrimp and chow mein are very good as is the sweet and sour pork. Fried rice may not be the kind that every other Asian restaurant in the area serves but it is quite tasty. Varied menu, fresh food, good wait staff keeping them in business for forty years.
And by this place I mean Panda Express in general. The food is only so-so. If you want good chinese, there are tons of better places here in the NW. However, we visited this restaurant because we wanted a quick chinese meal and we didn't have to wait. However, after the samples, they gave us more than we asked for and then tried to charge us for it. I had to get the manager to come over and give us what we wanted at the price we were prepared to pay,
4 based on 12 reviews
Stopped here on a recent Friday night for the first time. I wasn't expecting much as there are teriyaki joints in just about every strip mall around here serving average food. Apple Teriyaki is a cut above most. The portions were huge and all three of us left with at least another meal for each. And we ate a lot of food too because it was quite good. We each had a combo with chicken teriyaki and another item. Combos were $9.99. I also liked that they had hot soup available for those who ate in or for the many who were just waiting for a take out order. With food and prices like this, we will be back!
Given its location, corner of Canyon & 176th St E, this area historically is not known for having good, if any, restaurants. The three new ones in this shopping complex is a nice addition and yes they are all pretty decent places to eat ... which is why I'm giving Sushi & Wok four bullets. Sushi & Wok offers good food, their service is friendly and fairly prompt, the restaurant is very clean, and parking is plentiful.The Chinese food here is tasty even though some of the dishes are not prepared authentically ... either way too much sauce, or having a sauce when there shouldn't be, such as their Kung Pao Chicken.The sushi is also pretty good, but a bit pricey. My favorite item is actually not Chinese or Japanese, but rather it's their Korean dish, the Spicy Seafood Soup.
We enjoy the grill not for the all you can eat grill, we go there for to order off the Chinese menu. The staff is always nice and efficient. Yes, the place could you some brushing up visually but the food is good. Since there aren't many places out here to choose from you can't be to picky! They are definitely on our route.
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