Reviews on Chinese food in Scotch Plains, New Jersey, United States. Scotch Plains is a township in Union County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 Census, the township's population was 23,510, reflecting an increase of 778 (+3.4%) from the 22,732 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 1,572 (+7.4%) from the 21,160 counted in 1990.
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4 based on 25 reviews
We have been coming to this restaurant for many many years. We would always get takeout however now my husband and I go there often to dine in rather than take out. The service is always personable. The food is always good. A reasonable price and it's convenient to where we live.
Great food, fast and not very expensive. Their fried dumplings, fried wontons, scallion pancakes Singapore Mei-Fon Noodle and spring rolls are the bomb. Their house fried-rice is light, not dark with soy sauce, but delicious. I try different main dishes each time I go there and haven't been disappointed once. It's not much of a sit-down kind of place, but there are a few tables if you want to catch lunch there. But, it's really good for take out though. Try it.
Most Chinese restaurants are pretty standard but we felt that the meal that we got from this establishment for takeout was just a cut above. The General Tsos shrimp was terrific, as was the shrimp in garlic sauce, the lo mein, shrimptoast, and the boneless pork ribs.
3 based on 47 reviews
We stopped in for dinner last week. When we went up for food, the person handling the food was totally sick with a bad cold, and was touching all the food trays. Disgusting. We walked out, but I told the manager, and he said" They fine, they fine".I wanted to call the board of health.
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