From Our Editors
Chefs at Jardin De China expertly blend the culinary traditions of China with those of Latin America to create the restaurant’s signature Latin-Chinese fusion cuisine. They prepare ropa vieja, fried pork chops, and other Latin specialties and then add an Eastern twist by serving them alongside fried rice and egg rolls. The menu also holds a number of unadulterated Chinese classics including General Tso’s chicken and beef with broccoli. Those dining in are encouraged to check out the hanging display case in the dining room; it showcases paper money from China, several Spanish-speaking countries, and the moon.