Reviews on Chinese food in Aurora, Oregon, United States. Aurora is a city in Marion County, Oregon, United States. Before being incorporated as a city, it was the location of the Aurora Colony, a religious commune founded in 1856 by William Keil who named the settlement after his daughter. The population was 918 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Salem Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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3 based on 21 reviews
It's a buffet and a sit down restaurant all in one. You pick the ingredients to your meal and they cook it for you while you wait. So, you get the best of both worlds in the sense that you can pick whatever you want to eat, as much or as little of it, and you get served drinks while you sit and eat. Everything is fresh and your meal is cooked fresh for you. It's a great concept!
3 based on 31 reviews
We ate at this restaurant last week. We have been looking for a good Chinese restaurant since our local one closed a while back. We were very impressed with the service, quiet atmosphere, and the food! Our plates were heaping with delicious chow mein, fried rice, and shrimp. All deliciously prepared expertly. The service was top notch, and the prices were extremely fair considering all we got, enough to take some home for lunch the next day. We will make this a regular stop for great Chinese food again.
This is the second location just open up in Wilsonville OR. We sever fresh hot Chinese food, comfort relax mood dining experience, and we also provide food delivery service.
I had shrimp with snow peas and my sister had the cashew chicken, both of which were fresh, hot and delightful. Our server was very pleasant and attentive to every need. I have a garlic allergy and she made sure the chef was informed. Service could not have been better!! We plan to return when we are in the area!
If you desperate for teriyaki and do not care about quality or atmosphere, then give it a try. We bought chicken teriyaki, Chicken Yakisoba and pork chow mein. The only thing good about it was chicken. Teriyaki sauce was thick like it was thickened with cornstarch it had no flavor was very bland and soaked the plate. The Yakisoba and the Chow Mein were made exactly the same, except the Chow Mein had one more veggie added and the sauce was slightly different. Salad on the side was very sweet not your typical Asian salad, tasted like southern coleslaw. The edges of the floor near the wall were black. It didn't look like it had been deep cleaned for a long time. The chairs were sticky. I didn't even want to look in the kitchen for fear of what I would find. My kids didnt complain, so that would be the target audience. Canby needs something like this, just dramatically improved.
4 based on 28 reviews
It hits you like a bad fart. The place Smells. I was going to eat in, but then quickly decided to Order to Go, as many folks did while I quickly reviewed the menu. Then I waited outside. The food was good, I don't know if it "was the best Chinese Food in Oregon" but at least I could breath when I got home and gobble it up.
3 based on 15 reviews
If you want great Chinese food, forget about the ambiance, the building and decor and come for a real treat in really good, fresh food.We have come to Wally's for years and have never been disappointed. The food is always consistently good and the prices are very reasonable for what you get. The portions are more than adequate and cooked to order perfectly each time.The staff is friendly and pleasant and do a very good job of serving you; the food is always hot right off the grill.It is a small restaurant and is always kept very clean and nice.I would recommend Wally's to anyone wanting great Chinese food to either eat there or to get to go; you will not be disappointed.
Sister brought home Chinese Food from Gold Dragon. We were hoping for something special - but like most other restaurants here in Canby, it was just so so, very bland and won't try it again. The hot and sour soup tasted like the chicken curry which tasted like the cashew chicken, what? The pot stickers were tasty but the sauce had too much ginger. One word, flavorless.
Needed a place to have lunch. Seemed like it was the only restaurant on the north side of HWY 99E. this was fine with us as others didn't feel right. Had good food and cashier/server was the same person and very nice.
4 based on 27 reviews
I have eaten here several times over past few years,always had the freshest food always fast and hot,but this time everything was over cooked,bar b quad pork was so hard and dry like it was warmed up from days ago,shrimp was hard and dry,so crunchy,as was the chicken,maybe the cook was having a bad day, I will go back again,but next time if it's like this I will complain,place always looks clean,very friendly,but I came for lunch not chatter.
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