Very unusual menu. The lo mein was good. The almond chicken had some kind of bizarre gravy all over it that was just awful. The egg drop soup was bland and had corn in it. I would not recommend.
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This is a stripped down "Chinese-American" establishment with an attached bar. The neighborhood isn't the best, and there are many people idling time away, not apparently doing anything. There is a 24hr market next door, not contributing much to the situation.
We had no where else to GO from where we were staying so took a chance at this place. It was tasty and the staff was very nice and efficient. The ladies were very friendly and we got too different dinner entrees B, and D,...More
We were there for a surprise birthday party for a 9 year old. It was an utter disappointment. The people working there were really nice but that's about the best thing I can say about it. The restaurant is connected to a stinky bar and...More
this place is not bad when you don't know the city much and want something to eat at night. Good people but had hard time explaining what you need but still they help you :)
It seems that the quality is just not what you are getting for the price you pay. I was really disappointed but it was too late to go anywhere to get something else.
Strip Club attached to restaurant so beware if you have children. The food was decent, not the best I have had.
We live in the neighborhood and have been ordering from China Pavilion as long as we've been on this side of town. They are our favorite Chinese restaurant, and have the best fried rice around...(like seriously, I've considered getting getting hired as a cook, just...More
The food was good, unexceptional for a "Chinese" restaurant. The restaurant shares a building with a liquor/convenience store in a part of town perhaps best described as "dicey". You probably wouldn't want to go for a stroll in this area. The prices were neither a...More