The chefs at Jade Dragon picked up a number of tricks in their homeland of Hong Kong. This explains why their fried shrimp is so delightfully crispy, why their tofu is always steamed to perfection, and why their hot-and-sour soup strikes a perfect balance between its flavors. Jade Dragon doesn’t stick to food from Hong Kong, however. Many of the restaurant’s most popular dishes hail from the mainland, such as the savory lo mein noodles and fiery Szechuan beef. Added doses of authenticity come from the vivid Asian artwork on the dining room’s walls and the actual dragon that fuels the kitchen’s ovens.
MasalaWok® is a Casual Asian and Indian Diner featuring best of Asian and Indian dishes. Asian menu features a blend of typical Asian and Indian inspired Chinese dishes. Indian menu features traditional curries prepared with fresh herbs and seasonings, and meats cooked in tandoor oven.
Row after row of traditional Chinese-American fare lines the tables at Grand Buffet. On any given visit, diners pile their plates with classics such as chicken with broccoli, Sichuan-style beef and string beans, and various noodle dishes that are too delicious to use as confetti. On the cold side of the buffet table, sushi rolls are laid in precise arrangements, while on the hot side, a grill sears mongolian delights.
On any given day, Piman Asian Bistro?s chefs cook piles upon piles of noodles for the eatery?s Asian dishes. They add a helping of spice for drunken noodles, pan-fry noodles and veggies, and pair pad thai with crushed peanuts. They also craft a number of noodle-free meals in the kitchen, including beef and salmon flavored with oyster sauce, green curry, or a teriyaki glaze.
Joe Chow immigrated to America from his native Taiwan in 1979. He set down roots in Addison, where he eventually made a name for himself as the city's mayor and the owner of May Dragon. In the kitchen, his veteran chef Mr. Phung concocts more than 130 dishes using all-natural ingredients, only small amounts of oil, and no MSG. The menu's resulting bounty of Peking-style slow-roasted pork, five-flavor shrimp, and crispy duck inspires loyal regulars and a cavalcade of celebrities, including culinary star Martin Yan and martial-arts expert Chuck Norris, to frequently stop in for an authentic meal.
When not at work meeting with constituents or willing laws into existence, Joe proudly oversees his establishment as an embodiment of the American dream, inspiring patrons to follow their own desires, ensnare them, and keep them as pets. He warmly greets visitors with friendly hellos and attentive service and encourages his staff to treat guests with the same infectious hospitality. The restaurant itself exudes a warm, welcoming atmosphere, with Chinese artwork lining the walls and luxurious amenities?such as a separate banquet room with massage chairs and karaoke machines?populating the refined, architect-designed space.