Chinese Restaurants in Idylwood

$10 for $17 Worth of Chinese Takeout from Spring Garden

Spring Garden

AU Park - Friendship Heights - Tenley

Massive menu of popular Chinese dishes such as peking duck with homemade pancakes, sweet-and-sour pork, vegetarian general tso’s tofu

$17 $10

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$27.50 for $50 Worth of Pan-Asian Cuisine and Drinks at Asian Spice

Asian Spice

Downtown - Chinatown - Penn Quarter

Craft beers compliment dishes from Thailand, Japan, Korea, and beyond in a sleek three-floored dining room

$50 $27.50

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Chinese Lunch or Dinner for Two at Hunan East Restaurant (Up to 53% Off)

Hunan East Restaurant

Fox Mill

Classic Chinese dishes as well as Japanese sushi and Thai noodles served inside a slick eatery with a full bar

$20 $10

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Sushi and Pan-Asian Cuisine at Taipei Tokyo (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Taipei Tokyo

West Rockville

Chinese, Taiwanese, Thai, and Japanese cuisine includes noodles, sushi, curry, and fried rice

$30 $18

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$16 for $30 Worth of Traditional Taiwanese Food at Bob's Noodle 66

Bob's Noodle 66

Central Rockville

Baby shrimp, sea cucumber in a brown sauce, and bamboo shoots with shredded pork fold into a menu of traditional Taiwanese dishes

$30 $16

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Fusion Hot Pot Cuisine for Two or Four or More Adults at Riverside Hot Pot Cuisine (41% Off)

Riverside Hot Pot Cuisine


DIY, organic hot pots that can be customized with 13 choices of meat, 13 choices of seafood, and 21 different vegetables

$29 $17

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$18 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Chinese Food at Beijing Gourmet Restaurant ($30 Value)

Beijing Gourmet


With more than 120 menu items, including sichuan chicken and hunan pork, chefs craft feasts that span China’s broad culinary landscape

$15 $9

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Peking Gourmet Inn

Celebrities and politicos alike—including former residents of a little place on Pennsylvania Avenue—flee from the District to the Virginia suburbs for one thing: Peking Gourmet Inn’s peking duck. Founder Eddi Tsui decided to make the bird the centerpiece of his eatery way back in 1978, when the Falls Church spot first opened its doors. To set his peking duck apart, the chef eschewed store-bought hoisin for his own recipe, perfected his homemade pancakes, and even began growing his own jumbo spring onions. Prepared tableside, the meal is truly this spot’s—and perhaps Falls Church’s—claim to fame, and even made an appearance on the The Food Network’s “Best Thing I Ever Ate”, where it was interviewed by chef Duff Goldman. Though the duck has stolen Peking Gourmet Inn’s spotlight for the past three decades, the chef's other dishes still manage to hold their own. Items like sea scallops sautéed with roasted garlic, peking-style lamb chops, and singapore rice noodles round off the menu of Northern Chinese specialties, which also includes tried-and-true standbys such as szechuan beef and chicken chow mein.

6029 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church,

Fans of Chinese hole-in-the-walls will go gaga over Little China Cafe in Palisades, tucked as it is into a basement space along MacArthur Boulevard. Traverse the brick steps into the front door and beyond, where simple wooden tables and a low roofline make for cozy dining. The slightly confined space may be the primary reason most eaters call ahead for deliver or takeout, but when lunch specials come in well under $20, it’s hard to quibble over décor. The usual assortment of Chinese fare – much of it given an Americanized turn – populates the menu, from pan-fried dumplings and fried rice to moo shu pork, Cantonese-style fish fillets and the Happy Family, a mélange of roast pork, chicken, shrimp, scallops and beef, among other things.

4830 MacArthur Blvd NW

At Cee Fine Thai Dining, chefs assemble stunningly arranged plates of authentic Thai fare, separating meals and sauces for an interactive dining experience, or arranging disparate components in an artful stack to create a new twist on a familiar dish. This culinary runway show honors Thailand's cooking traditions at every turn, earning kudos from the Washington Post for serving "food that tastes as good as it looks." Flavors such as sweet yellow pineapple complement the spicy red sauce of a roasted-duck curry, and tableside clay pots throw aromatic steam diners’ way to announce a mélange of shrimp, mussels, and rice. Whether enjoyed on the patio or amid the dining room's ripe orange walls, luscious desserts including key-lime pie conclude meals on a tropical note. The restaurant also hosts live music, wine tastings, and cooking classes, helping diners liberate inner chefs and pent-up running men.

9901 Fairfax Blvd

Within a casual, family-friendly atmosphere, Yen Cheng serves contemporary Chinese dishes among a variety of settings, from fresh dining-room tables and carry-out containers to steaming buffet trays. Waiters ferry specialties such as crispy shrimp drenched in spicy Hunan sauce and Sichuan crispy beef sautéed with with carrots and celery. Items rotate daily at the 10-course lunchtime buffet, where soups, appetizers, and diverse entrees allow diners to practice spinning an unending parade of plates atop their chopsticks.

9992 Main St

At Hot Spot, there are as many chefs as there are customers. That's because every customer gets to be the chef, and be in charge of creating and cooking their Asian-fusion hot pot. They start by picking out a type of steaming hot broth, which they will then use to cook their chosen meats, seafood, tofu, and vegetables. To pair with this, they can then create their own blend of dipping sauces from varieties such as the garlic, soy, and green onion sauces. Once meats and vegetables have cooked to a desired texture, clients can dip them in the sauces for added flavor. Each meal comes with as much as you can eat, which allows guests to invent many different dishes without building their own kitchen in the dining room.

3232 Old Pickett Rd.

At first blush, Mandarin Chinese Halal Restaurant doesn't seem too different from so many other Chinese restaurants. You can expect to find all the requisite dishes on the menu, including shrimp fried rice, General Tso beef, and vegetable chow mein. But look more closely, and you might be in for a surprise?all of these foods are halal.

"Halal" foods are those that are considered permissible according to Islamic law. Diners at Chinese Halal Cuisine can rest assured that their meals meet these strict standards, whether they are digging into spicy Szechuan chicken or savoring scallops in a black-bean sauce.

6366 Commerce St.