Find out what Chinese restaurants to try in Forest Hill. Forest Hill is an unincorporated community in Harford County, Maryland, United States, located north of the county seat of Bel Air. The main part of town is located at the intersection of Maryland Route 24 and Jarrettsville Road (former Maryland Route 23). Until 1958, this community was served by the Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad at milepost 30.3.
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I stopped in here a few weeks ago for dinner. They have both Japanese (i.e., California/Philadelphia rolls) and traditional Chinese cuisine. It's ok, nothing special, but it fits the bill in a pinch.
4 based on 18 reviews
Nasty food, poor customer service. I'm not particularly picky when it comes to Chinese take-out, but really didn't enjoy this food. The employees were rude and inattentive, not acknowledging my presence (all I wanted to know is approximately when my food would be up!) However, I did not try any sushi which had good reviews on here, so maybe that's this restaurant's saving grace!
4 based on 15 reviews
Harford County's Premier Asian Bistro and Japanese Cuisine. The Best Suchi and Sashimi in town. Amazing atmospher, elegant dining, fanatasic carryout. Romantic Tables and booths for two, Family and group tables available. Book your reservation with us tod
The Rainbow King has received good reviews so we decided to try it. Impressive. We were seated in the dining room area that is simply decorated but 'crisp' and not overly ornate. We were quickly asked by our efficient waiter for our drink order. Alcoholic beverages are available. Our first order was for the shrimp egg rolls (2) that were nicely presented with duck sauce on the side. These were tasty. Next was won ton soup and the hot & sour soup. The latter did have a slight 'bite' to it as indicated on the menu but both soups were quite good. Our main entrees were the Pad Thai with beef with two cheese fried won tons that were delicious and the mussel, scallop, crabmeat in black bean sauce with a bowl of rice. This dish was exquisitely presented and very colorful. When brought to the table, the crabmeat was not in the dish but our waiter quickly corrected the order. Lots of tender sea scallops and plump mussels and many pieces of crabmeat adorned this dish along with onion, red and green peppers. Scrumptious. This was a pleasant dining experience. There are two wall mounted TV screens set on Closed Caption so no noise to hinder conversation.
4 based on 23 reviews
Generous portions. Combinations are enough to share. Clean for fast food atmosphere. Packaging was secure. Very friendly and our order was perfect. Be sure to remember to ask them to spice it to your liking using the pepper scale if you want more heat in a dish.
4 based on 31 reviews
Went for dinner. Wednesday night, no problem getting seated. Server was friendly and prompt. We ordered two dishes, General Tso Chicken and Chicken Amazing( a house dish). Both were excellent. We ended up with enough for another meal each. Will be going there often.
A carry out only I read several yelp reviews that seemed to give this place a chance at being good. Unfortunately it is not. We ordered wonton soup, Szechuan lo mein, Hing Wah fried rice and egg rolls. The egg rolls were doughy and had nothing but cabbage inside though listed as shrimpThe wonton soup was passable but no pork strips. Just broth and wontonsThe rice was Inedible. Truly a terrible product The lo mein was passable but greasy and held little in the way if chicken or other meat and seafood as advertisedI love Chinese food. Unfortunately Hing Wah does not seem to
4 based on 46 reviews
The Orient Restaurant provides Chinese and Japanese Sushi to the Perry Hall, MD, 21236, Towson, MD, 21204 and Bel Air, MD, 21014 areas.
I've been here several times but have yet to decide whether I like it or not. There's nothing extraordinary about it...the food and service are okay, but it's not on my top five places in Bel Air for Chinese.
4 based on 16 reviews
I had a hard time finding good Chinese food when we moved to Harford Co. All the dishes we have had are good. Orange chicken and General Tso's are our favorites. The wonton soup and hicken dumplings are excellent also. Service is quick and efficient.
4 based on 105 reviews
For a very reasonable sum of $43, my family enjoyed two types of shrimp, lo mein, and fried rice. The food was really good and the potions were plenty for our family of four adults. Suggest driving to Forest Hills for your Chinese food cravings.
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