Find out what Chinese restaurants to try in Pearl River. Pearl River is a town in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 2,432 at the 2010 census. It is part of the New Orleans–Metairie–Kenner Metropolitan Statistical Area.
No answer on the phone so I drove over to order in person. Closed at lunchtime on a weekday. Sign posted on the door appears to have been placed by neighbors, offering support and prayers. Hopefully they'll be back. Great restaurant.
My husband and I took the kids to try Panda Express. The building looked nice from the outside, not like your typical fast food restaurant, and the advertised honey sesame chicken looked very tasty.On entering, I took the kids to the bathroom before ordering. It was dirty!! There was a spot of bm on the floor, No diaper changer, garbage overflowing, not a good first impression. As I walked the kids to the counter to order, the floor by the drink machine was nothing but sticky splatters and I noticed ztwo containers in the middle of the room due to a leaky roof. The tables and rest of the restaurant "seemed" to be clean. We went to order and there wasn't a big selection or much of it I should say, kind of slim. We got three of the pick two entrees and one side plates so we could all try a sample of different things. We tried the: broccoli beef- beef was tough but it was ok; black pepper chicken- was just ok; honey sesame chicken- flavor was good but it was huge pieces of pale color battered chicken, no peppers or green beans, looked nothing like what was advertised; string bean chicken- not very tasty at all; sweet n sour chicken- was pretty tasty; and orange chicken- pretty tasty as well and we had fried rice which was very dry. The orange chicken was our favorite out of them all. We would've like to try the angus steak but it was a premium choice and more expensive. Overall, it was pretty much "fast food Chinese"- we enjoy fresher and more flavorful food at our local Chinese restaurant. The kids weren't impressed by any of it, ate a couple of bites of orange chicken and then refused to eat anymore. It was quite expensive also- cost us around $30 for 3 of the pick two plates and 4 drinks, not worth it! So, I hate to say it, but our first trip to Panda Express will probably be our last!
I can't believe this place does not have any reviews yet! This is the best Chinese food in Slidell! The Combo meals for dinner are so filling I can usually get two meals from it! They are always friendly and extremely quick!! I'm happy they opened so close to my house! ;-)
IP is the only really good Chinese restaurant left in Slidell. There is no comparison between IP andand the others. They use fresh veggies and the meat is high quality. Chef Adrian is fantastic. He serves up huge portions and will even visit your table to check on your dining experience. Our go to Chinese restaurant!
4 based on 38 reviews
Got take out on 1/26 and had a couple of cocktails while waiting. Great Mai Tais and cold beer in frosted mugs. Once home, food was fantastic with big portions. Mandarian chicken, walnut shrimp and fried rice cannot be beat. Chili spice wings are a hit. Friendly Staff. Will be back soon.
4 based on 48 reviews
We stopped her mid afternoon on the way back from New Orleans, and even though it was 3 on a Monday, they had fresh food out. Sushi was pretty good, even if limited. Price wasn't bad either. Family of 4 under fifty bucks!
Nothing fancy here, but there's a reason Chinese House has been here for eons -- it's very good food and consistently fresh. I haven't had a disappointing dish yet. The restaurant is tiny and caters mainly to the take-out crowd, but there are three of four tables for dining inside. This is my favorite go-to Chinese restaurant in Slidell.
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