Thursday, May 9, 2013

Yeungs House Chinese Restaurant


  Located right next door to the West View Fire Department on RT 19. Yeung's is not much to look at from the outside.


 The interior however is clean and you can look right into the kitchen.

   To start off we ordered the Pu Pu platter for two

Spring Roll
Crab Rangoon
Chicken and Beef Teriyaki on a stick

Boneless Ribs and a Chicken WIng
Neon Red Sweet and Sour Sauce
  The Pu Pu Platter ($8.95) came with a variety of tidbits. 2 Wings, 2 Spring Rolls, 2 Beef Teriyaki, 2 Chicken on a Stick, 2 Boneless Ribs, and 2 Crab Rangoons. The crab rangoons were disappointing being kind of gummy and  lacking in filling. The spring rolls however were excellent being both crispy and filled with shrimp and vegetables. The boneless ribs were also tasty being sweet and tender.

General Tso's Chicken ($9.75)
 The General Tso's Chicken was mediocre at best. The pieces of chicken were not at all crispy and the sauce while flavorful was not very spicy and overly sweet.

House Special  Lo Mein ($7.95)
 The House Special Lo Mein was excellent. Big chunks bbq pork, chicken, and shrimp, mixed with noodles in a mild soy based sauce.

Mongolian Beef ($9.75)
 The high light of the meal was the Mongolian Beef.. Slices of beef with onions and scallions in a very spicy sauce. This was a flavor explosion. The beef had a nice charred flavor to it while the sauce was filled with lots of black pepper. This sauce was actually so hot that I was sweating while eating this. Really I cant recommend this dish enough. If you like spicy food you owe it to yourself to try Yeungs version of Mongolian Beef.


 So Yeungs was pretty typical of most Chinese restaurants. The good being the Mongolian Beef and the Lo Mein.  Crappy, being the lack of crunchiness in the Crab Rangoons and General Tsos Chicken.  The prices at Yeung's are very reasonable, even by Chinese restaurant standards. I would go back to Yeung's, just for the Mongolian Beef alone.

Yeungs House
 Rating 7/10

  

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