We asked the waiter if the name of the restaurant was pronounced “My” or “ May”. After a long pause, he didn’t know. I ordered a small won ton soup. I was served a large bowl of the worst soup I ever had. The broth...More
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I adjust my standards for Chinese food depending on where I am travelling and don't expect much in Vail. Wouldn't go here if this place was in San Francisco but I can't complain for the Rocky Mountains. I just got a small take-out order, the...More
The staff here is very friendly. Restaurant is fine, but appears to be from 1970. The food has all the standard hits. The pork dumplings and the orange chicken are good.
Ordered online and followed with a phone call. Told order would be ready in 25 minutes. Arrived at restaurant to told there would be a 30 minute delay. Told manager that I would wait in the bar. Checked back after 25 minutes and found order...More
Excellent Service, A fun choice of Thai and Chinese dishes with varied ingredients and sauces. There was something for everyone, and the portions were just the right size. Everyone enjoyed their meal.
We spend several weeks in Vail, Colorado. May Palace is always on our list to visit during our holiday. The food is consistently good and the price is fair. On Saturday the restaurant has a very good buffet.
It was pretty but, not crispy, instead a gluggy, mayonnaisey mess. Everyone else ordered from the lunch menu and it was just okay. Lunch includes a massive mountain of salty fried rice. Good store bought egg rolls.
This used to be a decent chinese restauant. Good tasty food served by nice waiters. Was just there and boy has this place gone downhill. The service is terrible and the food is just average. 1. It was hard to get water. 2. The waiter...More