Casual, quick Chinese cuisine located in nearly every corner of the Twin Cities..
Colorfully painted and situated in convenient metro areas, Leeann Chin restaurants are always easy to spot. While some locations have a few tables for those wanting to dine in, it's mainly a take-out business. Boxed salads sit in coolers; the rest of the dishes are pre-made. Popular with the lunch crowd, the place is usually packed at noon. The menu consists of fast takes on traditional favorites like beef lo mein and lemon chicken.
very disappointed!. I am very disappointed, I just tried to make a take out order here and was told quite rudely "I wasn't allowed unless I was ordering for eight people". When I commented that I would be ordering multiple dishes the associate asked me to list them and stopped me every other minute to say that they no longer carried the dishes. I can understand that carryout needs a minimum at times, but one could be polite and at least say sorry! I guess I won't be trying this restaurant.
good, consistent quality. Food is always good and consistent in quality. Restaurant has poor acoustics - very noisy and the sound bounces off all the hard surfaces.
Chung King ?.
What is the big deal and why is this so famous?
All their food sits in steam tables.
I could buy Chung King in a can and do better.
Chinese food is supposed to be aldente and freshly sauteed or wok fried, not steamed for hours.
It's horrible stuff.
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