House of Chang pleases palates with an assortment of Mandarin, Szechuan, and Hunan specialties for lunch and dinner. Midday morsels such as sesame chicken ($5.75) and bean curd with vegetables ($5.75) come sidekicked with an egg roll, a fried won ton, fried rice, and fresh fruit. Or practice intimacy by sharing a Bo Bo tray for two, which features fried prawns, barbecued spareribs, optional truth serum, paper-wrapped chicken, beef sticks, and egg rolls ($9.25). For dinner, load up on savory specialties such as the vanilla-battered shrimp drizzled with honey-glazed walnuts ($9.20), or keep mouths guessing with a combination dish of chicken chow mein, an egg roll, a fried won ton, steamed rice, and broccoli beef ($8).
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.
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.
If you have a craving for food of the Asian persuasion in Sacramento, head on out to Good Friends Chinese Restaurant. Featuring all your culinary favorites cooked in the Chinese tradition, Good Friends also offers menu items inspired by other parts of Asia, such as the teriyaki chicken, udon noodles and sushi. If you love authentic Chinese food, try the chef's famous dragon and phoenix dish, featuring prawns and chicken sautéed together with veggies and dressed in a sweet and savory sauce. Whether you want to sit down to a meal, take your food away to enjoy at home, or have a feast delivered, Good Friends Restaurant is happy to oblige. Try a bite today and see why locals love Good Friends.
Enjoy a quick bite to eat in Sacramento at the Teriyaki Chicken Express! Take a tasty meal to go, or have some lunch or dinner at their little shop. There are a variety of combinations, but at its core, Teriyaki Chicken Express is delicious simplicity. Try some of their chicken, beef, or pork teriyaki served with fresh steamed vegetables and rice. Not feeling teriyaki? Order some chicken chow mien, Korean barbecue, or garlic chicken, with a side of spring rolls. Side dishes include tempura, egg rolls, vegetables, and rice. There are also choices of udon soups: chicken, seafood, beef, pork, and shrimp.
Mikado Bistro's foodsmiths craft flaming wokfuls of favorite Chinese and Japanese dishes, along with plating delicate slices of fresh sushi. Diners can kick off consumption with the hearty crunch of fried wontons ($3.95), and edamame's ($2.95) boiled soybeans spring from their ancestral pods into waiting mouths. Chopsticks peck like foraging antique hunters at signature sushi rolls, such as the Golden Phoenix, a pile of slender disks of unagi, cucumber, crab, tuna, and avocado ($14.95) traditionally served as still-flaming ashes. Patrons can dive into two-item bento boxes ($11.95) filled with such goodies as vegetable tempura, chicken teriyaki, or sushi rolls, or scoop up helpings of succulent mu shu pork ($6.95) with chewy pancakes.