My dad and I go here a lot and it truly is the best chinese food we both have ever had. The sesame chicken is amazing and so is the wonton soup. Their best dish by far is the generals tsaos chicken.
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Two of us arrived on Christmas Eve, 5:15 pm, and they asked if we had a reservation. Who knew that I needed a reservation at a Chinese restaurant. They sat us at a table near the door. I mentioned that it might be cold and they said the other tables were taken with reservations soon to arrive. It was COLD... More
They are the epitome of gourmet Chinese cooking in Fairfield County. The lunch menu is special . Lots of great choices at equally great prices . Fast and friendly service too. I've been there where we are the only patrons who are not Chinese families. That's a good sign.
Excellent Chinese food! One of my favorites in CT! Very well run and worth a stop if you're close by. Food is excellent and there are unique items in addition to traditional dishes.
Find the service here solid gold. Sure-to-please wait staff for a recent family dinner with rather active little ones. Food is terrific. Wong Ton Soup is a wonderful dumpling rich broth and be sure to try their very unique Sesame Chicken. There is an patron active bar with tv, but don't think sports bar.
We have been going to Little Kitchen for years, and have consistently received great service and an excellent meal. The sushi is good, but the main attraction for us is the pan Asian/Thai fusion. We love the chicken lettuce wraps! Also the appetizer salad with a sweet citrus dressing and seasonal fruit is delicious and very large, enough for two... More
The quality of the fish is so-so. I used to have a Japanese cooking school in the early 80's in LA and you can always tell if the fish buyer is trying to get away with something if you look at the quality of the uni (sea urchin) It should be light colored, firm, not dark and watery (this is... More
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