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Phone: 586-268-1450
33170 Dequinder Rd., Sterling Hts, MI 48310
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  • Reviewed by:   on: //3/20
    Great food, friendly staff. Busy place, but the food is always quality. Good for bringing family or a group of friends to try each others dishes.
  • Reviewed by:   on: //3/11
    Food quite good, service unwelcoming.hubby and i both got General Tsu, his real chicken, mine tofu. Both fixed the same. iloved the soft as a cloud tofu. they came with 4 pieces of broccoli. $10.99 each came with rice.what i really wanted was something broccoli based but none of the vegetable choices were broccoli in garlic sauce. waitress would not recommend anythingsimilar, just was not helpful and the menu did not explain what was really ineach dish.no extras given like hot tea, fried strips of won ton wrappers with plum sauce dip. maybe that isn't something done here in MI. NY/NJ always gave these nibbles and tea.so if you are looking for courteous, happy service - forget it here. main clientele was Chinese.again the food was good- restaurant plain and neutered. would possibly given another star if the waitress/service was better.
  • Reviewed by: Lilriceprincess  on: 17/05/2014
    I miss china garden! This place is tough to love. Service is so slow, which would be fine, except the time estimate is way off. Give them an extra 15 minutes if you order carryout. You'll get there and still be waiting
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  • Reviewed by: emma  on: 04/08/2013
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  • Reviewed by:   on: //2/26
    This is far and away the best Chinese restaurant in the metro area, if not in Michigan. Their menu is authentic and has a lot of variety, and lots of great options for vegetarians. They know what to do with tofu, and they do it extremely well. You can tell that all of their ingredients are fresh and everything is made from scratch. Their sauces are freaking fantastic. I cannot recommend this place enough. Be sure to try General Tso's Shrimp at some point - OMG.
  • Reviewed by:   on: //2/12
    This place is, very good. I mean VERY GOOD.Came here based on reviews expecting either a wonderful meal or to find out they are layering their food with crack and msg and that is why there are so many people singing their praises about this place.. thankfully it was the former, I think.It had everything you would want. Friendly service, good food($8-15avg), and a clean atmosphere. Not the fanciest of spots but definitely nice for a Chinese restaurant. I'll go ahead and mention the Sichuan Lamb because yes it is as good as everyone has stated, and the cold noodles also mentioned in another review were quite tasty as well. But what I really came here to say is that the Unique Vegetarian Dishes listed on Menu II (Authentic Menu) are amazing and the second time my fiance and I went I actually ordered one even though I am not vegetarian if that gives my words any backing.They offer veggie 'meat' flavored to be like chicken, beef, or pork and cooked in a variety of ways. We have stuck with the chicken thus far so I can only attest to that yet I would be willing to try the other options since everything else we have had here has been wonderful. My fiance actually went to China a little over a year ago and was very impressed with the few spots he could get a wide selection of items at. He said they had places that made shrimp, yet he thought he was literally eating shrimp... I thought he was crazy until now. This is the closest thing to meat I have come across here in the states outside of a place in California. If you are vegetarian try Trizest out, and I hope you enjoy!
  • Reviewed by:   on: //1/7/
    It is an authentic Szechuan restaurant. Just want to clarify; Szechuan is only one region of authentic Chinese food, which originated from the west part of china. If you do not like spicy & hot food, probably it is not a good option for you. The spicy fish stew is great. Bamboo stir fry with pork is also pretty awesome. I took several of my American friends there, they all love it. I guess the tip is how to order the right dish.
  • Reviewed by:   on: //1/28
    Are you sick of the same old Chinese food? Try this place.Somebody on the talk forums had some pics of food fromhere and it looked awesome.I dragged my buddy from Boston with me and we hadlunch. There were a lot of Asian people eating which isfor me a good sign. I really wanted to try a soup dishbut they were meal sized and what I wanted most wassomething like I saw in one of the pics.The good: They have an interesting variety of dishes thatyou won't see at other Chinese restaurants. I had Lambwith Cummin. Very good. They had the huge family stylesoup bowls that you can share. I just need to find somepeople who are willing to go outside of their comfort zone(Gen Tso's or Almond Chicken) to share with me.The bad: My buddy didn't like the disjointed service, butI say do what you want as long as it's done right. I thinkthe staff was sensing my pals growing frustration andbrought some food out before it's time. Maybe that's whythe inside of my fried dumplings seemed like they neededto be cooked a bit longer...Conclusion: I'll be back.
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Phone: 586-268-1450

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33170 Dequinder Rd.
Sterling Hts, MI 48310

Business Hours
Mon-Thurs:11:00am-9:30pm
Friday: 11:00am-10:00pm
Saturday: 11:30am-10:00pm
Sunday: 12:00am-9:00pm
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