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Posted by foodie of international flavors on 10/24/2014
Having renovated with modern looks, Dragon City lived up to its seafood game. We enjoyed the yummy, fresh lobster with ginger scallion, Dungeoness crab with flavor right on the money, crunchy Chinese veggies, all this on a late night returning from Orlando, about 9:30. While there in the parking lot with 2 pets in the car, awaiting my pet chaperone to come relieve me so I could take my turn to dig in,
Posted by Never again on 09/10/2014
This was disappointing. I always order sweet and sour chicken because you can't go wrong with that. And they even messed that up. The rice was over cooked and mushy. As soon as it hit the plate I didn't want to eat it. I will never order there again.
Posted by anonymous on 04/08/2014
That's all it's got going. If you're starving and it's late at night. That's the best review I can offer.
Posted by Jen on 03/24/2014
The customer service is poor. I called my order in for pickup and decided to eat it there and they seemed really upset about it for some reason. I sat at a corner table of the empty resturaunt around 930pm at night but the waitress still asked me to "move my baby" in her carriage 3x like she was in the way at the back of the resturaunt. Overall the flavor of the rice was pretty good, DONT order crab rangoon if you're expecting crab with cheese, their's were made of chicken and honey mustard? And the boneless spareribs were alright but way too much sweet sauce. The portions were big but that's about the only thing going for this place. I will never waste my money again!
Posted by samantha on 02/07/2014
when you go there ask for the red menu...it has all the authentic Chinese food. Not the "American version " You HAVE to try the black pepper beef in aluminum foil. the sauce is to die for. Also the lobster Cantonese style or with garlic. finger licking good! You must try this food you will be hooked like me.
Posted by BayViews on 09/10/2013
previous writer is right about the two menus. When you sit down to eat you are given a "Red Menu" with many listings on it of items I've never heard of before. I've had the Pan Fried Noodles /Chicken a couple times. It is Great. Huge portions. After leaving one night I picked up the carry-out menu, It only lists the common Americanized/Chinese food items. I will say that the waiter was unfriendly. Just had a bad attitude, all three times we have been there. On the restaurant itself, it reminds me of a cafeteria, plain simple, very dated tables and booths. But the Red Menu food is the best Chinese food I have ever had.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/27/2013
I have tried almost everything on their regular (Americanized Chinese) menu. Getting ready to try their Red (authentic Chinese) menu.