A skylight illuminates Cantonese, Sichuan, Hunan, and Mandarin dishes that center around catfish, mixed veggies, and duck
What You'll Get
At some point, every country builds a Great Wall to keep the secret of its cuisine from spreading to foreign nations, only to find that the real wall is around its heart. Open wide for this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $15 Worth of Chinese Cuisine
- $20 for $40 Worth of Chinese Cuisine for Two or More People
Noodle and rice dishes such as roast-pork lo mein ($7.50) begin culinary trips throughout China, which can touch on meat dishes, such as sliced chicken with chinese mushrooms ($9.25), and regional specialties, such as the cantonese chow gui kew—breaded chicken with bamboo shoots and water chestnuts ($18.95).
The Fine Print
About China Inn Restaurant
China Inn Restaurant's menu is like a gustatory balloon ride over China, exploring different regions and culinary traditions to gain an understanding of the country's myriad subcultures. Cantonese-style dishes, such as sautéed lobster with a garden-fresh medley of snow peas, bamboo shoots, and water chestnuts, demonstrate favoritism for veggies, whereas the Sichuan and Hunan entrees re-create those cultures’ characteristic spices and chilies with incendiary sauces. Mu shi, a traditional Mandarin dish, presents diners with pork, shrimp, or beef and vegetables as well as four Chinese pancakes to scoop up and wrap each bite or envelop a love note to a date.
In contrast to the complexly assembled menu of pan-regional specialties, China Inn Restaurant's dining room embraces a more elegant simplicity. The airy space features a large, central skylight that allows ample sunshine to wash over tables and plates. Chinese pottery adds a distinctive and authentic touch to the decor, whereas leafy plants create a calming, natural ambiance and an ample supply of oxygen to last through the dinner rush.