Kerb appeal is not something this restaurant has. What it does have is great friendly staff and really tasty food. Much better than most the other restaurants in the area.
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Family run and friendly. Great food and plenty of it. Mostly call in for pick up and food is hot and ready to go when I get there.
Friendly greeting and service. Good selection - both drinks and dinner. Drinks from $4.50 for a beer to aroundI$6.50 for a fancy drink (e.g., frozen pins colada. Lunch specials are a good deal - plenty to eat between the pork fried rice and entree. Meal...More
When we entered, we were greeted by the manager and shown to our table. The service was prompt and cheerful, although the place was not too crowded. The hot and sour soup (a favorite of ours) was the best we have had anywhere in years....More
Although this place is a getting little worn in the tooth, the food and service is excellent. The drinks are the umbrella type, typical but good.
Great restaurant - have been going here since 1988 - LOVE the home made bean curd, scallion pancakes, lo mein etc etc etc
We took out food from Ching Tao restaurant few days ago and we were disappointed in every dish. Spring rolls were tasteless and extremely chewy, fried rice was under cooked yet too oily
We had dinner at this place. The food on average was good. The egg drop soup and wonton soup was excellent. The crab Rangoon's were also very good. The chicken and vegetables were very good. We've had better yang chow fried rice. Chicken fingers were...More