There is nothing better than experiencing cultural events. Fairs, carnivals and other events throughout Dallas are quite entertaining and pleasant for the entire family. But one of the best things to experience at cultural events is the food. Regardless of your culture, good food is a universal language. Here are the best Chinese restaurants in DFW. Take a look, and then you can take a taste.
Moon Wok
140 W. FM Road 1382, Suite 175
Cedar Hill, TX 75104
(972) 293-6888
www.moonwokcedarhill.comThis restaurant is not your traditional buffet where you have a vast selection, but there are a lot of great choices from their menu that you will definitely enjoy. This sit down eatery is enjoyable for the entire family and a great place to go for a date. You can go with traditional Chinese food, or you can get the popular dishes like General Tso chicken or sesame chicken. You’ll definitely be satisfied with their freshly made sushi rolls, vegetarian meals and lunch/dinner specials. Don’t forget to bring the kids for a great selection.
Bamboo Palace
949 N. Highway 67, Suite 389
Cedar Hill, TX 75104
(972) 291-9700
www.bamboopalacebuffet.comIf you are a buffet kind of person, you will love the Bamboo Palace in Cedar Hill, TX. This restaurant has several food options, from traditional Chinese cuisine to seafood to BBQ; they even offer sushi. You will definitely enjoy taking your palate on an Asian cuisine tour. They even have crab legs and baked salmon. If you are looking for traditional Chinese style dining, you will love the bamboo decorum and large tables for large parties. There is even a private room for private parties. They also have lunch and dinner specials.
Howard Wang’s
4343 W. Northwest Highway, Suite 345
Dallas, TX 75220
(214) 366-1606
www.hwrestaurants.comUpscale, fine Chinese dining is offered at Howard Wang’s. This modern twist on traditional Chinese cuisine is just want your taste buds ordered. Despite it being open for less than five years, this restaurant has taken off and has three locations throughout DFW. Their top menu feature is the Emperor’s Feast, which allows you to take a journey through Chinese food that is unlike any other. If you want to make reservations or order online, just head on over to their website.Related: Magic Recipe For Rib-Eye Pho

Jeng Chi Restaurant
400 N. Greenville Ave., Suite 11
Richardson, TX 75081
(972) 669-9094
www.jengchirestaurant.comWith its tagline “authentic, delicious Chinese food”, you can’t go wrong with Jeng Chi. They have a wealth of options for you to indulge, from cold and hot appetizers like marinated eggs, spicy seaweed and leek turnovers to various traditional meals. Talk about delicious. If you have room for dessert, you can try Taiwanese snow ice or other great desserts which are made fresh and in their in-house bakery. Jeng Chi also has a café that serves Brazilian coffee and tea from around the world. If you’re not a tea or coffee drinker, try their domestic or imported beer or red and white wine selection.
Royal China Restaurant
6025 Royal Lane
Dallas, TX 75230
(214) 361-1771
www.royalchinadallas.comThe Royal China is a family-style Chinese restaurant that is actually the oldest operating one in North Texas. Built with family tradition and a love for Chinese cuisine, this restaurant is one of a kind. It has a great dumpling bar where you can enjoy handmade traditional dumplings. Your taste buds will also enjoy gluten free meal choices, fresh hand pulled noodles and other traditional Chinese meals. You and your family will enjoy this family-friendly environment with great options for your kids. If you can’t wait for dinner, visit for lunch and head back to work. Either way, you’ll enjoy whatever you choose.Related: Best Date Night Spots In DFW

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