Chinese Food "Cafeteria-style".
Yes. It is true. They use frozen breaded chicken strips for all their glaze-sauce chicken receipes. Sauces are served on the side with the chicken strips. The Kung Pao and Mongolian Chicken are the same entree except one has a onion taste and the other a celery flavor. Both taste like wet chicken. The rice was yellow Uncle Bens and not fried in the slightest. Beef was tough. The egg rolls were big but were filled with black pepper and when it rains it pours.
I haven't felt so ripped off since I bought my wife the Smoke Assassin!
A NIGHT N E.R.. me and my family wanted to try this place since its so close to our home!!!! well like 3 hours later we all got SEVERLY SICK!!!! my 3 year old especially and my 10 year old and me n my husband we all had to go to E.R. it was that bad!!!!!!! i am not lying what we ordered wasnt chicken so doc says prob caused from e-coli!!!!! were so mad!!!!! i dont recommend this place unless u want to get sick the food was terrible we only ate a couple of nibbles of our food n look how sick we got someone must have been scratching there ass n messin with the food!!! health inspector needs to go check that place out the food also didnt look at all safe greyish color n thick n slimy be ware
Best Chinese in south San Antonio. Wow I don't know where that last review can from! I have never had an issue there & I've been going since before I was born! The eggrolls are the best & their sweet & sour chicken is only white meat & it's never greases & doesn't tast like it's been fried in the fish fry like one down the street. I totally recomend it! & I've had 27 years of coming to this place!
The Most Horrible Chinese in Town, better yet...in the State!. A couple of my co-workers and I went to South China for lunch today. It was the most horrific dining experience I have ever had. The first employee ordered Kung Pao Chicken and he got Kung Pao Cat. Seriously, there was nothing normal about the meat that came out on his plate. The second employee ordered sweet and sour chicken. His came out with what looked to be frozen chicken strips microwaved and cut into strips. Then the glob of sweet sauce didn't hardly move. He took two bites and didn't eat anymore. I got the sesame chicken and everyone knows that sesame chicken definetly is supposed to look different then sweet and sour chicken. Well....it didn't. Then after all of it was said and done, they add a 30 cent charge for any debit or credit card purchases. This place should not be in business. When I am through with this review, I will be contacting Health services.
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