Chinese Restaurants in Pinole

Chinese Cuisine for Two or Four or More at Great Wall Chinese Restaurant (45% Off)

Great Wall Chinese Restaurant

Oakland

Vegetarian dishes and seafood plates cooked in spicy szechuan sauces such as sweet 'n' sour "pork, mapo tofu, and shrimp in black bean sauce

$20 $11

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Chinese Food at Rice Valley Shanghai Bistro (Up to 44% Off)

Rice Valley Shanghai Bistro

Sunnyside

Chinese food in a variety of entrees and appetizers, from kung pao chicken to dumplings filled with juicy, savory soup

$18 $10

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Szechuan-Style Chinese Food for Two or Four at Grand Hot Pot Lounge (56% Off)

Grand Hot Pot Lounge

San Francisco

Szechuan-style dishes include steamed leek dumplings, and three types of hot pot broth and a staggering selection of meats and veggies

$30 $14

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Chinese Food for Dine-In or Takeout at Kai Bistro (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Kai Bistro

San Leandro

Chinese restaurant serves classic fare, such as egg rolls, wonton soup, and Szechuan-style dishes, as well as tonkatsu and teriyaki meals

$20 $12

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Chinese Food at Uncle Chen Restaurant (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Uncle Chen Restaurant

Sugarloaf

Shredded pork with spicy garlic sauce; housemade vegetarian rice noodles; prawns in lobster sauce

$30 $15

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$18 for $30 Worth of Chinese Food — Mei-Don Chinese Cuisine

Mei-don Chinese Cuisine

Santa Rosa

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$30 $18

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Chinese Food for Lunch or Dinner, Valid Monday–Thursday or Friday–Sunday at House of Chu (Up to 46% Off)

House of Chu

Kooser

Local staple boasts a massive Chinese menu loaded with popular dishes such as peking spareribs, prawns in plum sauce, and mongolian lamb

$25 $13.50

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A Time Out San Francisco Critics' choice, Imperial Tea Court provides leaf lovers with access to some of the world's most desirable teas as well as unrivaled expertise in the ways of steepery. Park your carcass in one of its highly regarded teahouses for a 45- to 60-minute primer on the world's most popular beverage and its steamy history, including its medicinal roots in ancient times as an alternative to Tommy John surgery. Pouring hot cups of tea and tepid earfuls of facts, the teahouses' resident sip savants will help guests understand tea's various categories and acquaint them with the traditional Chinese gaiwan, a covered teacup developed for use on turbulent dragon flights and birthday party bounce houses. The tasting includes two samples of your choice of teas, leaving you with a pleasant aftertaste as well as a fully brewed headpot of knowledge with which to douse tea-loving coworkers at the dream factory.

1511 Shattuck Ave
Berkeley,
CA
US

Amid traditional Chinese imagery of twisting dragons and carp, splashes of bright red bring Uncle Wing’s casual interior to life—and perhaps serve as a visual warning to diners who are about to dip into meals speckled with fiery peppers. The restaurant’s chefs specialize in seafood and duck entrees, which come stewed in a range of spicy, chili-filled sauces as well as curries as complex as a Rubik's Cube during its teen years. While they primarily cook Mandarin and Szechuan dishes, chefs channel the cuisine of various regions with plates such as Shanghai’s egg foo young; Shandong’s mu-shu meats, served inside thin, Chinese pancakes; and the small portions of dim sum popular in Hong Kong.

905 B St
San Rafael,
CA
US

Yan's Garden piques palates with lunch and dinner menus brimming with Mandarin and Cantonese classics crafted using fresh ingredients and no MSG. Warm up meat macerators on crisp vegetarian egg rolls ($4.95) before graduating to the main meal event with large portions of sweet and sour pork ($8.50) or chicken in hot and spicy garlic sauce ($8.50). The Dragon and Phoenix plate flies to tables to slay hunger with a savory synthesis of chicken breast, prawns, bamboo shoots, mushrooms, and vegetables ($10.75), and white wine adds a splash of sophistication and inebriation to the seafood combination's stir-fried fusion of fresh fish, scallops, shrimp, mushrooms, and snow peas ($14.25). Traditionalists favoring fried rice ($6.25–$8.50) or egg foo young ($8.25–$9.50) can find the savory standbys prepared with a choice of pork, chicken, or beef, as braised tofu ($9.25) sizzles to the excitement of both vegetarians and swooning soy beans.

2223 Morello Ave
Pleasant Hill,
CA
US

Praised by reviewers from the Contra Costa Times and Diabolo Magazine for its freshness, skillfully assembled flavors, and perfectly cooked seafood and duck, Zen Restaurant has been making a splash since it opened. Chefs are adept at fusing a variety of culinary influences culled from across Asia, resulting in dishes such as Vietnamese shrimp-avocado rolls, Thai red curry sauce, Mongolian beef, Chinese crispy pork, and Singapore noodles. Diners enjoy their food in a warmly lit space, featuring hardwood floors, a bright red accent wall, and contemporary furnishings.

2642 Pleasant Hill Rd
Pleasant Hill,
CA
US

Since 1989, the chefs at Great Wall Chinese Restaurant have prepared an unexpected menu of authentic Chinese cuisine. The surprise lies along the pages of the menu, where the vast majority of dishes are strictly vegetarian?even those listed as "chicken" contain a faux-meat version. Dotted with little chiles to indicate a fiery level of spiciness, the menu lists favorites such as vegetarian "pork" with spicy garlic sauce, and Szechuan-style mapo tofu.

6247 College Ave
Oakland,
CA
US

The aromas of classic Asian cooking fill the air at Lily Kai Chinese Cuisine, providing diners with a hint of what to expect before they even crack a menu. Learn even more about what to expect by reading our list of pre-meal tips:

Five Tips for Your Visit to Lily Kai

  • Try dishes from across China: The menu includes everything from Cantonese-style dumplings to red snapper with a spicy Szechuan sauce.
  • Savor quality ingredients: It's not enough to just find fresh produce. The restaurant's chefs seek out organic vegetables and free-range chicken to use in their dishes.
  • Try one of the crowd favorites: The steamed barbecue-pork buns and the battered prawns with honey-glazed walnuts are two of the chefs' specialties.
  • Take advantage of vegetarian and vegan options: Dishes such as the stir-fried eggplant with green onions and spicy garlic sauce eschew meats, not flavors.
  • Don't miss out on the view: With tables positioned within sight of the nearby bay as well as the downtown skyline, the dining room gives patrons plenty to look at while they clean their plates.
1801 Tiburon Boulevard
Belvedere Tiburon,
CA
US