My wife and I have tried many Chinese Restaurants in the Springs and this is by far the best. This a family run restaurant and the owners quickly make you feel part of the family. I have worked my way through almost every dish on the menu and have never been disappointed.
A local husband and wife team besting PF Chang's and anyone else in the Springs. Clean distinct flavors, from the curry in the Malaysian Chicken to the orange flavors in the Beef Mimosa to the best Sesame Chicken in town. My favorite is the Chicken Extravaganza - Sweet, spicy, & sour all at once. The service is great, attentive without being intrusive. And they pour the best martini you'll find. Exactly what you're looking for in a restaurant, little guys trying hard to be the best.
Changs' is my favorite restaurant on several levels: tasty, well prepared food; friendly, attentive service; casual, well maintained atmosphere; reasonable prices; killer martinis; and, accessibility, to name a few. I eat there most Saturday nights, sit at the bar, always feel welcome, and always get good food and professional service. Give them a try; I'm sure you will be pleased.
I have sampled many of the Chinese restaurants in COS and Shangri-La is exceptional. The ambience is elegant and the food is consistently SUPERB, and I challenge you to find a more attentive, friendly staff. You will NOT be disappointed!
This place is great. We have eaten here multiple times and will continue to do so. The owner always remembers us and is courteous and attentive. Our food is always delivered hot and fresh both to table and to doorstep. The price is inexpensive, with most meals averaging about 8 dollars a plate. The appetizers are great, from beef skewers to crab rangoon, with your traditional pupu platter available. By far, the best appetizer is the Grilled Shrimp and Pork, served with roll your own rice paper, veggies and sauces. Delish!
This is a top-notch restaurant, every bit as good as PF Chang's, only it is not a chain. Every single item is excellent--I've eaten there many times and never been disappointed. Definitely five stars.
Try the "Koreanized" Chinese food such as jjajangmyun (noodles in black bean sauce), or jjamppong (seafood soup with noodles). They are spectacular.
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