Discover Restaurants offering the best Chinese food in Cibolo, Texas, United States. Cibolo is a city in Guadalupe and Bexar counties, Texas, United States. It is part of the San Antonio–New Braunfels Metropolitan Statistical Area. Cibolo voted to become an independent township on October 9, 1965. As of the 2010 census, Cibolo had a population of 15,349, up from 3,035 at the 2000 census. In 2015, the estimated population was 26,637. In 2016, the estimated population was 27,855.
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3 based on 24 reviews
This is conveyor belt mall food in its own building. Nothing authentic about it. Some things are marginally tasty but even then it's just a sauce coating a sub-par base. Panda Express is good if you're stuck in an airport and need a quick bite to eat and there's no lineup. Other than that, there's surely something better nearby.
4 based on 31 reviews
Dragon Lake is the favorite place for our organization to hold our meetings. The food is freshly prepared, hot and delicious. They have a nice private meeting room they offer for a very reasonable charge. The menu offers a wide variety of favorite Chinese dishes and we have tried them all. They can only be described as fantastic. I highly recommend this very clean and well managed restaurant.
3 based on 29 reviews
Been going here for years and have never been disappointed. The food is good, portions off the menu are generous and the buffet is well put together. The staff and owners are very friendly, helpful and attentive. The atmosphere is clean, tasteful and inviting. I've seen negative reviews and frankly they are entirely different than our many years of experiences. Definitely recommend.
4 based on 8 reviews
The broth in the Pho is sublime. Served with fresh bean spouts, fresh cilantro & basil, jalepeno slices on the side . Noodles are perfectly cooked. The best Vietnamese spring rolls I have had since living in Texas. I have not ventured much into the menu, but there is a bunch of typical Chinese cuisine on there too. Very fast service the 4 times I have been here. *Very* basic atmosphere, but if you love Pho like I do, it will do!
3 based on 26 reviews
We visited on a Saturday afternoon, was not busy at at all, service was quick. We ordered lunch specials, and were very surprised how much food we got for $6.50! That price did not include your drink, but the tea was very reasonable at $1.50. I got the sesame chicken with fried rice, and sweet and sour pork, with wonton soup. It was all delicious, and I had plenty to take home for lunch on Sunday. My wife had the shredded pork with garlic sauce, fried rice, rangoon, not and sour soup. She was equally pleased! There are plenty of entree choices on the lunch menu, as well as sides, like egg rolls, white or fried rice, different soups, rangoons, and more. It was very casual dining, our waitress was very attentive, and on this visit there was absolutely nothing to complain about. We will definitely return!
This restaurant is very new, the wait staff was friendly but inexperienced. The food portions were large and it was decent tasting. However, with Siam Cuisine as a comparison I could only give this food 3-stars. But the food for the price was a great value, everyone was full and got a to-go container. The restaurant is open from 11-9 which is better hours than Siam Cuisine's very restrictive lunch and dinner time frames. The place was busy for dinner so maybe the Chinese or Vietnamese food was better than the Thai!
3 based on 35 reviews
You read right, Puero Rican Chinese menu, but only Friday throught Sunday. This is one of the restaurants I used to frequent when I worked at Randolph AFB. Great prices, flavor, and military discount. The added weekend menu is also a great value and with great taste. The PR fried rice portion is almost $9, but the serving is enough to be shared by up to 6 persons.
We really had high hopes for a great Chinese restaurant in Cibolo, however this one didn't make the mark for our recent carryout order. The chicken was mealy and didn't look appetizing (we ordered two different chicken meals). One of them, "almond chicken" had practically no flavor and the almonds tasted stale. Too much salt in the sauce that was almost gelatinous. The vegetables were good, especially the mushrooms, but the rice was bland even with veggies and "fried". Portions were of good size and the egg roll was also good. We will give it another try in a few months. Hopefully the chicken quality will be improved as well as the flavor of the sauces.
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