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American Baking System
Founded To Supply High Quality Bakery Equipment To The American Baking Industry.
House Of Kobe
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Gelsosomo's Pizzeria
World Class Pizza, World Class Service.
Giovanni's Restaurant
Voted Best Italian Restaurant.
Langel's Pizzeria
More Than Just Pizza.
Carriage Court Pizza
25+ Years Of Your Favorite Pizza.
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Our Main Ingredient Is Quality.
Theo's Steaks & Seafood
The Place To Be With Friends And Family.
Godfather's Pizza
Not just an ordinary pizza.
Rico's Pizza 2 LLC
Best Pizza In Indiana.
 
Popular Chinese Food Terms

Chinese food is very versatile. You can enjoy take out or delivery at home, or sit down for a buffet, family-style or dim sum meal. Recipes may be wok-fried, stewed, pot-roasted, smoked, steamed or braised. These terms are common to Chinese menus.

  • Asian fusion – Asian fusion restaurants often cater to a more gourmet, metropolitan crowd and integrates Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Indian and Chinese elements. They may also serve Asian-infused Western recipes such as edamame bruschetta.
  • Dim sum – Servers at dim sum restaurants will present carts of small plates, which you choose a la carte. You may recognize traditional fare such as teriyaki pot stickers, pork dumplings, fried wonton soup and egg rolls, and you’ll also encounter more exotic choices like lotus wraps and savory turnip cakes. Many take out and delivery restaurants feature dim sum.
  • Hoisin sauce – Hoisin sauce has a spicy, piquant taste with heavy notes of soy and garlic. It may be used in Chinese barbecue, General Tsao's Chicken, and in beef dishes.
  • Hunan cuisine – Hunan cuisine is chock-full of nutritional vegetables and fresh chili peppers. “Sweet and sour” and “hot and sour” combinations are frequent menu options.
  • MSG – Monosodium glutamate, or MSG, has been used to intensify flavors in Chinese food since the 1950s. While this ingredient has been stigmatized because it gives some people migraines and other unpleasant symptoms, it can be used in place of fat and salt to enhance flavor.
  • Oyster sauce – Oyster sauce is a thick brown condiment made with oysters, sugar and salt. It can top rice and noodle dishes or serve as the base for recipes.
  • Szechuan cuisine – Szechuan dishes are heavy in garlic, chili bean paste, ginger, sesame and the signature Szechuan peppercorn. Kung Pao chicken is a popular Szechuan dish.
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    Panda Express
    Rosemead, CA 91770
    Providing authentic Chinese food in the local Portage area for take-out or dine-in. Call your order in for quick and easy pick-up of eggrolls, fried rice, orange chicken, and more Chinese food favorites.
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    User Review: "The above ppl commented about eating at a panda express in chewelah....We do not have one here. They must be refering to..." - Lori (WA)
    Smokey's Basement Barbeque
    Best BBQ In The Area.
    Aurelio's Pizza Of Crown Point
    Aurelio's Pizza Of Crown Point.
     
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    Kty's Dumpling House Inc
    790 Royal Saint George Dr Ste 116, Naperville, IL 60563
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    (630) 416-1188
     
    User Review: "I have lived in naperville for 38 years. This is the best chinese restaurant anywhere. The pork fried rice, egg rolls, and..." - Joseph (IL)
    New Hunan Restaurant
    150 S Kennedy Dr Ste 12, Carpentersville, IL 60110
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    (847) 428-3331
     
    User Review: "The best chinese food ever!!!!! I miss the older owners...The new ones are a bit rude and asked us to leave a tip because..."
    China Wok
    8115 Sheridan Rd, Kenosha, WI 53143
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    (262) 653-3988
     
    User Review: "Was surprisingly good! thought it was just a fast food place but the crab rangoon was the best! would definitely go back..." - Kate (WI)
    First Wok
    2555 Willowcreek Rd, Portage, IN 46368
    (219) 762-8858
    Panda Express 2087
    6150 Us Highway 6, Portage, IN 46368
    (219) 762-6662
    Wing Wah Restaurant
    7868 Melton Rd, Gary, IN 46403
    (219) 938-8026
    New Hong KONG Restaurant
    7814 E Ridge Rd, Hobart, IN 46342
    (219) 962-3992
    New China Restaurant Inc
    3003 W 37th Ave, Hobart, IN 46342
    (219) 947-2217
    Rice Garden
    1411 S Lake Park Ave, Hobart, IN 46342
    (219) 942-7788
    Panda
    634 E 3rd St, Hobart, IN 46342
    (219) 947-9990
    Happy Wok
    552 Indian Boundary Rd Ste B, Chesterton, IN 46304
    (219) 983-9755
    Golden Chop Suey
    688 Broadway, Gary, IN 46402
    (219) 882-2888
    Panda Express
    31 W 81st Ave, Merrillville, IN 46410
    (219) 791-9210
    No 1 Chop Suey
    409 W 81st Ave, Merrillville, IN 46410
    (219) 769-0018
    First Wok
    5370 Broadway, Merrillville, IN 46410
    (219) 985-1838


    Chinese cuisine has been popular in this country for nearly a century. And for good reason! Chinese food is delicious and often nutritional. It tastes wonderful, whether you're eating it in a restaurant, or as a take out or delivery option, and it's usually good for you too! Most people have a Chinese - or Asian - recipe that they prefer more than any other. Some people, for instance, love traditional dishes, like dim sum. Or wonton soup. Or spicy egg rolls. Other people prefer to eat wok fried meats and vegetables. Chicken, pork, and beef all taste great when fried in a wok. Still other people prefer to eat simple rice dishes with teriyaki or soy sauce added to them for extra flavor. And some people - especially indecisive types - love Chinese restaurants for their plentiful buffets. Many people also love Chinese food because many restaurants offer extensive menu options. Some restaurants even add take out and delivery options to their menus. There are many reasons to love Chinese food. It's tasty, nutritious, and convenient. It's also often less intimidating to Western diners than Japanese and Thai cuisine, and that makes it great for slightly less adventurous eaters. Chinese food is versatile and inexpensive, and everyone ought to enjoy at least one Chinese recipe. So, if you'd like to eat at a Chinese restaurant, or if you'd like to pick up an order or have an order delivered to your house, consider contacting your local Chinese restaurant today. Odds are, you'll be glad you did!
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