Chinese Food Restaurant in Worcester, MA
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Great Wall Restaurant

1. Great Wall Restaurant

(508) 799-0803

521 Main St
Worcester, MA 01608

i am from fitchburg but when i have court in worcester, i go to this place for the food and mi ties.

Ming House

2. Ming House

(508) 756-6888

217 Chandler St
Worcester, MA 01609

the food is AWSOME that's all I have to say just try it

Golden Wok

3. Golden Wok

(508) 791-1288

894 Grafton St
Worcester, MA 01604

Great, consistent food. personable staff, great combo prices

Dragon Dynasty

4. Dragon Dynasty

(508) 755-5588

104 Highland St
Worcester, MA 01609

From Business: Since 2000, the people of Worcester have relied on Dragon Dynasty for their quality Chinese take-out. With decades of combined experience preparing delicious dish…

Best Chinese Restaurant

5. Best Chinese Restaurant

(508) 853-7388

627 Lincoln St
Worcester, MA 01605


6. Foodworks

(508) 752-3663

120 Stafford St Ste 1
Worcester, MA 01603

This is by far the best Chinese food in Worcester county. You have to try it.

Good Taste Chinese Restaurant

7. Good Taste Chinese Restaurant

(508) 798-8883

68 Vernon St
Worcester, MA 01610

Thumbs up !!! Great food and good service too .

Red Pepper

8. Red Pepper

(774) 243-6488

1083 Main St
Worcester, MA 01603

After wanting to try Red Pepper for some time now, we finally got the chance to try it last night and were pretty happy with our dining experience, …

Ken Chin's Restaurant

9. Ken Chin's Restaurant

(508) 793-9657

272 Mill St
Worcester, MA 01602

this place has BY FAR the best cheese monas on earth. Very friendly atmosphere. Great strong drinks also.

Chuan Shabu

10. Chuan Shabu

(508) 762-9213

301 Park Ave
Worcester, MA 01609

Red Lantern

11. Red Lantern

(508) 795-0500

235 Shrewsbury St
Worcester, MA 01604

Rice Garden

12. Rice Garden

(508) 791-0088

74 Beaver St
Worcester, MA 01603

Jin Xin Restaurant

13. Jin Xin Restaurant

(508) 755-6768

65 James St
Worcester, MA 01603

Min's Wok

14. Min's Wok

(508) 853-0988

582 W Boylston St
Worcester, MA 01606

I go to there on friday nights. I order out for my whole family. We have 6 of us. The prices are fair and the people are nice. I like the shrimp wit…

King Chef Chinese Restaurant

15. King Chef Chinese Restaurant

(508) 767-0209

205 Chandler St Ste 1
Worcester, MA 01609

loved the food and second best place in worcester. the rice is so yummy i think it should be sold in store.

China One

16. China One

(508) 791-8889

566 SW Cutoff
Worcester, MA 01607

Peking Garden

17. Peking Garden

(508) 755-3365

618 Chandler St
Worcester, MA 01602

Yan's Restaurant

18. Yan's Restaurant

(508) 852-5077

20 Boylston St
Worcester, MA 01605

Xing Xing Restaurant

19. Xing Xing Restaurant

(508) 754-6980

336 Grafton St
Worcester, MA 01604

I go here specifically for their Mai Fun noodles. They're loaded with shrimp and chicken an are cooked perfectly. some places overcook their rice no…

Hong Kong Island Restaurant

20. Hong Kong Island Restaurant

(508) 853-7399

880 W Boylston St
Worcester, MA 01606

From Business: We provide Take-out and space for Dine-in. No Delivery

Red Lantern

21. Red Lantern

(508) 795-0500

235 E Worcester St
Worcester, MA 01604

Drinks are strong and tasty, lunch combos are serious business, and the food is all around amazing. You won't be disappointed.

Best Chinese Restaurant

22. Best Chinese Restaurant

(508) 752-3392

892 Main St Ste B
Worcester, MA 01610

Great place for cheap Chinese take-out. The food is always good and priced cheap. Both Main & Lincoln ST locations are good.

Happy World Super Buffet Inc

23. Happy World Super Buffet Inc

(508) 799-6868

50 Mill St
Worcester, MA 01603

You have to go in understanding the admission is cheap. Having said that, there is so much to choose from, if you get an entree that is a bit over-…

Nancy Chang Restaurant

24. Nancy Chang Restaurant

(508) 752-8899

372 Chandler St
Worcester, MA 01602

For Americanized Chinese food, it's very good. No MSG, a decent variety at the buffet, and polite staff. Never seen a fly in the place.The only ca…

Green China

25. Green China

(508) 755-6768

65 James St Ste 3
Worcester, MA 01603

Dragon Chef

26. Dragon Chef

(508) 753-8888

456 Grafton St
Worcester, MA 01604

The food here is great, the service is 100% perfect. I wouldn't go any where else to eat but here because the food here doesn't taste burnt nor does…

Happy House

27. Happy House

(508) 755-7238

872 Main St
Worcester, MA 01610

China Lantern

28. China Lantern

(508) 767-9995

930 Main St
Worcester, MA 01610

The food is pretty good... however the service is definatly not! There were only 3 tables taken at the restaurant and two waiters, so no reason to h…

Ho Toy Luau Restaurant

29. Ho Toy Luau Restaurant

(508) 757-0624

401 Park Ave
Worcester, MA 01610

Employees publicly humiliated me because I'm a heavy woman in a wheelchair. No way to treat a customer!!!


30. Foodworks

(508) 752-0938

50 SW Cutoff
Worcester, MA 01604

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Nancy Chang Restaurant
emmett.kelly.165 rated

For Americanized Chinese food, it's very good. No MSG, a decent variety at the buffet, and polite staff. Never seen a fly in the place.The only caveat is to arrive as close to opening as possible if you're going to eat buffet. If you eat toward the end of the buffet session, the food isn't going to be very fresh.

Good Taste Chinese Restaurant
Caroline S. rated

If I could give no stars i would, or like negative stars id give them like 50 of them. yeah 50 negative stars. The food was like mall Chinese food. wait actually mall Chinese food is better then whatever i just indigested . So save your money and buy yourself a nice hat.

Ho Toy Luau Restaurant
Tim T. rated

No stars. Change the oil people! Rangoons and chicken fingers weren't even edible! Spare ribs were chewy and oily? Rice was just OK. Gross overall. If I wasn't tired I'd bring it back and see if you'd eat it. Wow.

Happy World Super Buffet Inc
Steve J. rated

You have to go in understanding the admission is cheap. Having said that, there is so much to choose from, if you get an entree that is a bit over-aged, just try something else. There's pizza for those not preferring the Asian menu -- I have a slice every time I visit. The only thing I'd watch out for is those oblong seafood cakes; they won't hurt you, but they don't taste like seafood nor do they taste fresh. I've never gotten sick nor even uncomfortable from the food there. Again this isn't highly-authentic cuisine -- just a menu of fun foods for not a whole lot of money

Red Pepper
Lynn R. rated

After wanting to try Red Pepper for some time now, we finally got the chance to try it last night and were pretty happy with our dining experience, although things could have been a bit better. Upon our arrival, we felt that segregation was in play here, quite blatantly, as we were led off to our table, past one dining room occupied by only Asian customers, and seated in the other which was occupied by persons of other persuasions. Both dining rooms had numerous vacant tables so we wondered why we weren’t just seated in the one closest to our point of arrival (we entered through the back door/handicap entrance) or given a choice of where we wanted to sit, as is the case in many other Chinese establishments we have visited in the past. I felt that this was not a good sign and feared that we would not be treated in an equal manner. While she was pleasant enough while in our presence, our heavily-accented server was MIA most of the time, choosing rather to tend to customers in the Asian room (odd, as there seemed to be another Asian girl waiting tables there), or she disappeared completely for long periods of time to parts unknown. We wished to obtain knives for our table set ups and water, but got neither because of her absence. Our food was brought to our table in relatively quick order by her and a jovial male co-worker (I secretly wished he was assigned to our table). We started off with an order of eggrolls which were nicely hot, crisp and not at all greasy, but these were some of the most bland I’ve ever eaten. While they were served in an attractive manner, the two standard-sized rolls were filled with only shredded cabbage---we could not detect the presence of anything else. The accompanying sweet and sour sauce helped a little. Our Kung Pao Chicken was very good: tender meat with ample saucing, red chilies and peanuts. The General Tso Chicken sauce was a bit sweeter than we’re used to, but otherwise good, the plate of extremely tender and crisp chicken chunks garnished with a few lightly-steamed broccoli crowns. Although the chicken dishes came with steamed white rice, we also ordered a plate of pork fried rice. Again, this dish was not at all greasy and was loaded with pieces of barbecued pork and vegetables, very enjoyable.We didn’t wait long for our check which was brought by the jovial portly dude. He was the one to finally ask us if the food was satisfactory, to which we replied that is was. Our bill was a very reasonable $43.00, tax and tip included. Alas, Red Pepper is still B.Y.O.B. and we were told that they would not have a liquor license until near the end of the year. Too bad, because although we brought beer with us, we felt that a Scorpion Bowl could have alleviated some of the uneasiness we felt at times. We’ll return to sample other dishes, but only when they have that license.