Dear Spirit of God, Inspite of mankind reviews of Rice King you know the behind the scene of what Mrs. Crystal and her husband Lee do daily. Lord God, Bless Rice King as a whole. Bless Mrs. Crystal 2 boys Jerry and Roger. Rebuke any and everything that disrespect this family our their place of business. Lord God, Mrs. Crystal have helped so many people including my family down through the years. Remeber her for the very good and raise her up to know you. Prosper this Restaurant in a way that the world will know that God have put such honor on them for their kind deeds. This restaurant have fed the homeless many times and they have fed familes at Emory Hospital and Grady Hospital. My God, Show Mrs. Crystal that you are with her, Lee and their 2 boys. Make it plain that you care and give back to them. Peace and Amen From: Peaches and Family
My family and I enjoyed our dinner very much. I am new to the area. We had Sushi and Chinese. Just wonderful. I have also eaten at other Chinese Res…
The food was not so bad. It is convienent and my food was prepared quickly, and it was cheap! I would reccommend this restaurant to anyone.
My husband and I are new to Atlanta and we were looking for a good chinese restaraunt and found Lucky China. The atmosphere was terrific! It was clean, the decor was pretty and the lighting was perfect. The service was also stellar. Our waitress was at the table as often as you needed but didn't hover. Now for the food. The presentation was gorgeous, and the portions were generous and delicious! The value...also spectacular. The two of us ate for $36.00 not including tip. We had two appetizers, two meals and because Sundays and Wednesdays are $1 beer (domestic) and $1 Nigiri (Sushi) we also had 5 beers and one piece of Nigiri. It was a lovely meal and we feel no need to look for another chinese restaraunt. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great meal.
The space is small, but really cute. I quickly scanned the menu and ordered the Cup Sticky Rice along with the Dirty Bird and Shrimp Baos. The Dirty Bird Bao was served first. Party in my mouth! The bun melted in my mouth. The chicken was seasoned well. The pickled daikon and carrots went perfectly with the chicken. The Shrimp Bao made for a party after the Dirty Bird Bao party. And then the Cup Sticky Rice was the after after party...very flavorful. I brought a few of the baos home for The Hubs to try, but he wasn't a fan. Fortunately, that means this will be one of the few leftovers I can bring home without having to worry about him eating them behind my back.