Anhhhh this place is you typical middle of the pack Chinese that hasn't changed a thing in 20 years..
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Short: THE go-to place for old-style,Chinese/Polynesian food. Love chicken chow mein, pork fried rice, shrimp with lobster sauce, and beef with black bean sauce? Need a scorpion bowl and a pu pu platter? This place is great. Longer: Yes, it's a bit of a dump, and yes... it's in a pretty sad and partially deserted shopping center. But if you're... More
A favorite with locals. Hasn't changed in years, could use a little updating. Food is very tasty, waitresses are very nice.
We have ben going here for years and have tried many Chinese food restaurants in the area and none compare! The food is delicious, the service is great, and the prices are reasonable. The scorpion bowl is the best!!
We wnet there this past Sunday afternoon. The owner brought out chicken wings and crab rangoons on the house. Don't know if they do that all the time or not. There was some bread and butter earlier before dinner. We shared the big chow, bonelss ribs, house fried rice ( which could be a meal in itself) roasted pork soup.... More
This location in town is rough (being generous)! The Aloha sign used to be a beacon, now its just sad. Nestled in a strip mall once thriving now one of the few left and probably not long for the world at the pace their on. Most recent visit was blah! The grease is not changed enough and you can taste... More
Aloha use to be great. Within the past couple of years it's gone down hill and fast. It's really unfortunate. Marvin is on a real power trip and just makes up things as he goes along. Absolutely no way to treat loyal paying costumers. Maybe this place needs a new staff that will appreciate their jobs and respect their customers.
Herd that it was the number three Chinese restaurant in Manchester. We ordered pupu for four, lomein and pork fried rice. It came out in less than five minutes and the food was cold. Seams like it was pre-made. When we needed the waitress to get more duck sauce she was nowhere to be found and had to get up... More
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