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The Westside: City >
Twin Dragon Chinese Restaurant
Posted by L Brown on 02/07/2014
Special wontons a must. Everything I've tried, very good.
Posted by not surprised on 12/31/2012
The food and service in my opinion is not as is reported by the obvious " complainers" short of San Fran I have not found any thing better in this town. Wow! Taste like came out of same bowl! Wow!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/24/2011
The service is not all that great. Ofcourse not all the waiters are rude. I love the crystal shrimp. Another thing I like is asparagus and shrimp. I only like going because I like the food.
Posted by Paul Berman on 11/24/2010
Everything we ordered was completely tasteless. It's as if all the food came out of one big bowl. The soup, appetizers and main dishes literally were tasteless. The waiter could care less. Spent $60.00. Complete waste of money.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/08/2010
Food is exellent. I go as many as 3 or 4 times a month. I always order garlic sauteed chicken , shrimp lo-mein , and dragon rolls. It's a must go to !
Posted by stina on 02/21/2010
we're from NYC... and couldn't find good chinese... this is definitely the closest place we've found. really, really good. braised shrimp is amazing. now - if only they'd get good duck sauce. : )
Posted by Cee Mac on 05/18/2009
There is only one thing on the menu that me and my husband will drive a good distance for at Twin Dragon and that is the Braised shrimp. It's the best we've had compared to other Chinese restaurants we visited. However I have experienced something that I have never experienced in my entire life of dining out; the waiter flagged my husband down as he was paying for our meal and asked, almost insisted that if we had no problem with the service, wanted a tip. He did it in front of customers who were waiting to be seated. Needless to say, this is our last time EVER eating there. I was quite angry and embarrassed! There is no law that says we must leave a tip. I called to speak to the manager but to no avail. while it is customary to leave a 15% tip, which we very often do, sometime more, it it still not mandatory...and for a waiter to pull you out of the pay line to ask for one? OMG!!! I was just coming out of the ladies room when this was going on, how did the waiter know that I was not the one who agreed to leave the tip? How could he assume that we were not going to go back to the table after we paid for our meal to leave the tip, which we are known to do. My husband did give him a tip but I was very angry about it. Had it been me, I would NEVER have left a tip. I will certainly tell of my experience with this bad taste restaurant to my family and friends as well as my company who now formerly holds luncheon meeting there.