The Asian man that answers the phone and takes the orders is extremely rude. Tonight my husband ordered a Shrimp and vegetables and when the order was delivered there was rice and vegetables but no shrimp! He called back and the man raised his voice at my husband and told him that he should’ve ordered shrimp. That is TERRIBLE customer service. I love China Coast but I will never patronize this business again. I understand that there is a communication and language barrier, but that is no way to talk to a paying customer
1115 Herr LnLouisville, KY 40222
1115 Herr Ln Ste 130Louisville, KY 40222
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I'm new to Asian cuisine but love it. Choi's has everything I need and more plus the expertise to help me where I nee it. I will be back again!Excellent
Found a piece of metal in my food. I ordered chicken mei fun. Other notes include that it tasted bland, and the piece of metal did not improve the seasoning.
The restaurant atmosphere was fine, gorgeous fountain with cute turtles hangin out right when you walk in, that gave me a good first impression. Food was okay.. the best thing I had to eat was the ice cream. So there's that. Sorry Jumbo Buffet :(
Let's start outside, the handicap spaces are always full.Inside there is the bottleneck at the cahier & search for a table. Our server did a great job of keeping drinks filled and empty plates off the table. So far a reasonably good restaurant.Some background. This was late lunch, about 1pm, on Wednesday May 31st. I do not eat grains (wheat, soy, oats, rice, etc.), grain products (oils & flours etc.), starches, sugars, and carbohydrates. So nothing breaded and fried. Also nothing in a sauce containing sugar and/or grain products (BBQ, & Gravy.)On a carbohydrate restricted diet there are very few choices. After going to their website and learning how many of their vegetables contain either soy or wheat the choices are even fewer than I thought when I was there. I'm paying the price for eating soy & wheat today.I started with fresh spinach with real bacon bits, crumbled boiled eggs, and blue cheese dressing with extra blue cheese. The spinach wasn't as fresh as I would have preferred but it was ok. Meat, which is the cornerstone of my diet, was limited to baked fish, bacon, and little hamburgers cooked on the grill.The green beans, which are my son's favorite vegetable, were so bland that he wouldn't eat them and he warned me not to bother with them. It was a first to see him pass up green beans so I skipped them.The bacon was cooked just short of burnt to carbon and had been out there for a really long time. It kind of shattered when you took a bite and tasted reheated.The baked fish was soggy and mushy but tasted good. It was a favorite, probably because it was one of the few unbreaded meats and was gone quickly when they put it out.The little hamburgers, sliders, were my go to for meat without sauce. The buns, rolls actually, were discarded along with the pickles. Unfortunately the guy on the grill cooked the meat until it was tough and dry.Bottom line, we will not return. My digestion was ruined and today my insides are unwell.
Great food and service. They have the best buffet! This is one of the best Chinese restaurants to eat at!!
This is the best sushi in Louisville. I absolutely love this place. Not only is the food great but the service is wonderful also.
The other review is right! This is not a good place to eat. It looked good from a distance but the food was cold and it was not tasty. They do watch you while you eat and it's very annoying. The only thing that was good to me was the salmon and once again it was not hot! I will not be back. And I advise against this restaurant they should be closed down!
One of the better Asian buffets in the area. They have a nice selection of sushi, although rather bland, rice-heavy and the fish gets pretty much lost. That said, the rest of the seafood in the restaurant, including mussels in several preparations, stuffed small crab shells, salt-and-pepper head-on shrimp, crawfish, raw shrimp, butterfly shrimp, several other hot preparations of shrimp are all good. The oysters (both raw and fried) are for the most part worth skipping, and are rarely fresh. The other hot dishes (and there are many!) are for the most part slightly better than most of the other Asian buffets within a 20-mile radius, and they keep the chafing dishes filled, and they're constantly being replenished. The soups and salads are good and they have a very popular Mongolian grill, with fresh meats and veggies. There's little in the way of ambience, although the restaurant is clean and the service is usually quite attentive. Plates are bussed rapidly and drinks rapidly refilled. Considering the quantity and quality of food, the prices are astoundingly low. The place is definitely worth trying out if you're a fan of Asian food.
I think 1st wok has better chinese food than most places. Everytime im in Louisville 1st Wok is the place i want to go.