I traveled all the way from Turlock for this restaurant. It serves very Cantonese style food here along with what I call "Chinese American" type food like chow mein, chop suey, egg foo yung, etc. You will see predominately asian customers which means..."they must be authentic!" You will see alot of southern Chinese here. Most of them are southern Chinese (Hong Kong/Canton areas). Their steamed fish is exactly the way my mother makes it. It is so yummy with the black beans on it. I love their noodles and won ton soup here too. Their clay pots are good and their specials will indicate what is fresh for the day. My hubby loves their house chow mein. You can eat Chinese family style and order a veggie plate, meat plate, fish plate, etc. and share from the main "pot." By all means, it's not a place for the health concious or gourmet eater. It is just plain family style southern Chinese food. This place is very crowded with asians because it has wonderful, good, warm Chinese comfort food. I love their dim sum too. They have the best chow siu bau (pork buns) around. Check it out! Plenty of parking spaces. It is in a shopping center. You can take it "to go" if it's too crowded. It's a casual dress place. I hope in my jeans and go to it. Some people will be dressed up as there is a banquet room in the back. The price is normal Chinese restaurant priced.
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I am a frequent customer at bottley's bbq. me and my co workers travel all the time to stockton to get the delicious taste of southern bbq and we are never disappointed. Before you write reviews, you should definitely do your researh. Bottley's have been awarded certificates, awards and trophies due to their fabulous bbq. they have participated in so many bbq cook-offs and have placed first every time. From the looks of all your reviews, you seem to be a negative person all together. Instead of taking your frustration out on Bottleys, DDs and Pacific Car Wash maybe you should learn how to take that negative energy and do something more positive.
It was a waste to spend $25 for three items (cheese wontons, mongolian beef, shrimp chow mein) when I have had the same and paid somewhat less for more and got better tasting food. I had it delivered and I don't think their was a delivery charge. The shrimp chow mein was good though, but the food was overpriced for what they give you. try Wings Deli on West Lane for great food at a reasonable price!