Shanghai Cafe is no doubt my family's favorite for a decade now. My kids love their corn soup, hand shaven noodles, stir-fried Shanghai rice cake, and garlic spinach. My husband and I enjoyed more exotic dishes like hot spicy beef tendon, drunken chicken, yellow leek with bean curd, and spicy vinegar shrimp. Their orange beef and general tso's chicken are very tasty. If you like casserole, all their selections are wonderful with big portion, perfect for sharing. It's a family owned restaurant and the service is always great!
One of the measures of skill in a Chinese restaurant's cook is Hot and Sour soup...and this place has the best in the area!. Some places make it too thick, and/or use rep pepper flakes to provide the heat, which overpowers the other ingredients. Here, it is the pure and simple soup it is supposed to be...not too hot, with just enough sour to complement the pork and mushrooms. Other standout dishes are the Peking-sauced Shrimp or Chicken, the Shanghai Fried Rice and the Ma-Po Tofu (available both with and without meat).
Noble Court is an "old standby" in Bellevue. When I dine in it is for dim sum. A couple of times a month I will get an order to go for dinner, a regular entree of course. The dim sum is very good but honestly I just recently had better at a place in the International District. I do like the location because it is convenient to me. Parking can really suck. Be naughty and park across the street at Safeway.
This is our staple for Chinese takeout. The sesame beef and honey walnut prawns are what we usually get. I ask for the sesame beef cooked "extra crispy". The nice thing is that you can also get steamed dimsum as dinner takeout. The restaurant itself is fine except they really need to update their lobby. With the exception of the fountain pool, it's a little dingy!
The sauté garlic green string beans are yummy. I am always on the hunt for juicy dumplings and Seattle is very short in this department (Richmond, B.C. Rocks!). So I can get my hit here. These little dumplings are an culinary art of how food can go off the chart. Do try and enjoy (my favorite are the pork).
The best food and the best service. My 5 year old LOVES to eat there, and we love to go. Very friendly, and the food is consistently good. We have NEVER had a bad experience there, and have been going about once a month for the last two years.
Very good and cheap lunch special. $4.99 for a big portion plus soup! wow! But you have to ask for the special menu... they won't give it to you until you ask for it.
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If you like Chinese food. This is that place to be. The dishes are a good size portion with great taste.
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