Discover Restaurants offering the best Chinese food in Sellersville, Pennsylvania, United States. Sellersville is a borough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 4,249 at the 2010 census. Sellersville is part of Pennridge School District.
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Ok I have been getting there food a lot over the time I stayed with my parents and then with my wife. The food I used to have no trouble with. Now I am always in the bathroom. So I don't know if they changed rules habits managers or any cooking skills but I can't eat there anymore. I had to take off work because I was feeling sick. Maybe it's the food I order I don't know but just be careful when choosing.
Received a flier for a new Chinese restaurant located in Souderton. Not very impressed with the take out. Was told our order would be ready in 15 minutes and it was ready when I got there in 10 minutes. My order was under the Thai category which was Pineapple Chicken. The Chicken was cold but the vegetables and sauce were warm. The rice was mixed (hot/cold). My friend from Singapore ordered the Thai Spicy Basil Chicken which he said was not spicy and it appeared to be some type of fish. This will be the first and last time I frequent this establishment. I am still on the search for a good Chinese/Thai restaurant in our area.
3 based on 33 reviews
I have had good and just ok meals here. One time main entree came out before the appetizer. One meal the Crab Rangoon came out too crunchy to even taste. Sushi is a speciality. Chinese, Hibachi and roles are available.Close to route 309 in Souderton.
4 based on 9 reviews
Pretty Good Chinese food, fast and tasty! Called ahead for takeout and got our food and were gone in an instant.
4 based on 37 reviews
When I got their menu in the mail I knew this was a place I'd like to try. I decided to pick up some dan-dan noodles to go. There is almost no parking. I opened the door and entered a new world. It has a calming traditional oriental atmosphere and is beautifully decorated. I was warmly greeted. We discussed my order and their only interest was that I should enjoy it. I was graciously offered a comfortable seat and offered water or tea while I waited.I had dan-dan noodles with chicken with mild spices which was delightful. At first I thought $7 + was pricey and then I remembered what I pay for a meal at McDonald's and I realized what a bargain it was. When I got home I found a dear little package with tea, cookie, soy sauce and chop sticks. They are somewhat new in town, but I do hope they stick around.
4 based on 15 reviews
Their food is very good and reasonably priced. I've had several dishes and not a bad one yet. I only take out but service has been great for that.
4 based on 26 reviews
We drive out of our way to go to this restaurant for take-out. Their wonton soup (house or regular) is the best. Their ribs are excellent. Their house lo mein is superb. All of the entrees we've tried were very tasty. This place is better than most other Chinese restaurants.
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