Price Range : $11-30 ($$)
Adress: 4000 W Dimond Blvd, Anchorage, AK 99502
Phone: (907) 248-1648
- turned_in_notHealth Score86 out of 100
- list_altTakes ReservationsNo
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- thumb_upGood ForLunch, Dinner
- local_parkingParkingPrivate Lot
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelQuiet
- local_barAlcoholBeer & Wine Only
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVYes
Mongolian chicken extra spicy was amazing! Large lunch portion and decent prices makes this a great lunch spot
The food is so salty. And the couple i guess the owner who own the restaurant is korean, they were both yelling and arguing at each other while there was customers. I can see the waitress getting embarrassed. The 3 customers left and my girl friend i decided to stay to eat for a bit, they saw us but they did not stop, the owner kept screaming at each other and throwing stuff i guess in the kitchen. I can hear one of the chef trying to tell them to calm down.
I just walk up and pay my bill, the cashier was really nice and apologizing, she told me they always do that. I guess that's why the restaurant is so dead. Also when i got home i started puking the food i ate. Never going back, do not recommend
Anchorage doesn't have good Chinese food, and this is the worst I've had in Anchorage.
The short: the service is bad and the food is atrocious. I'd rather eat "Chinese" food from a grocery store deli counter. I wouldn't eat here again even if their food was free.
The long: We ordered the B-8, and at $18/person before tip, I expected much higher quality. I've gotten better food from the national chain with the fat black and white bear.
The soup came out room temperature, and the wonton inside was cold. When the server asked "you don't like the soup?" I said "sorry, no. It's cold." She smiled, took it and walked away. No offer to bring something else or heat it to a safe temperature.
The BBQ pork and eggrolls were clearly microwaved. The eggroll was soggy and limp, the pork dry. Neither had much flavor.
The fried rice was bland and had almost nothing in it. They would not let us sub house fried rice for the pork. When I asked of we could and pay the difference in price, I was told "No such thing as sub house fried rice and pay more."
Kung Pao chicken was their best offering. Standard in terms of flavor except it was very mild. No spice at all, and the veggies were pretty much raw. I guess I'd prefer that to mush, though.
Mongolian beef should be called lots of sugar and soy sauce beef with warm raw onion on stale crispy rice noodle because that's what it is.
I don't like leaving bad reviews of small businesses, but holy moly, this place is bad. If I can save even one person from eating here, I have done the world a service.
We were the only customers there when we arrived around 6:30pm on a Friday. That should have been a sign to turnaround. The server was very pleasant. However, we ordered the Mongolian chicken and sesame chicken and they arrived five minutes after the order. My wife checked the steam from our entree and none. We tried eating and found our chicken were lukewarm. Our thought was they microwaved our food. The whole time we were there, the chef and servers were preparing a bunch of bags and such for, what I assume, delivery orders at the tables from across the booths. We went home with our chicken to cook then to proper internal temperature. We're not returning to this establishment. How was our order cooked so fast while still being lukewarm?
Horrible food. That is not Mongolian Beef or Pork Fried Rice. The Sesame Chicken looked great but the chicken was dry. Pork Fried Rice has the tiny pieces of Barbecue Pork in it and not chunks of cooked pork. For a Friday night no cook meal I was so very disappointed. Will never spend another hard earned $ of mine at this place. I should have looked before I brought it home.