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Mr. Zhang's Chinese
Posted by CTNYRFAN on 2014-09-15
Since moving from Queens 19 years ago I have been on a quest to find decent Chinese food in Florida.
Mr. Zhang and Uncle Joe's are as good as you will find in Northern PB County.
It's definitely not Uncle Dai's on Main Street in Flushing.
Posted by Gen on 2014-03-03
Very disappointed!We were excited to try Mr. Zhangs and soon after I got my food I was ready to leave.Not kid friendly.No kids menu and our server was not in a good mood.After he took our drink and dinner order he didn't come back till after our meal.No r
Posted by Anonymous on 2014-01-16
If only for their steamed shrimp dumplings & chow fun (both are awesome!), Mr. Zhangs is always good. Eating in is better than takeout since fresh from the kitchen is so much better.
Posted by Holly C on 2013-06-10
We love Mr. Zhangs, we did have burnt rice one time but it never happened again! It is our place to go when we want to have CHINESE!!!
Posted by Bonnie on 2011-09-27
My best friend is chinese and I know REAL chinese food! Not only have I eaten at my Best friends house (cooked by her mother who only speaks chinese), but I have eaten in chinatown in NYC and in San Fransico and this is just as good if not better! Everyth
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-08-09
We love the shrimp dumplings, the scallop & shrimp dumplings, & their traditional pan fried pork dumplings. Everything is always fresh and the staff is incredibly nice - even when they're busy. Eating in seems better than take out, but I think it's just b
Posted by PBC Foodie on 2011-08-09
I definitely agree with the other reviews! We LOVE their dumplings, but this is not a Dim Sum House, by any means. It is very good & very fresh food AND the can make most things low sodium if you ask.
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-06-27
This is the best Chinese food south of chinaTown, NYC...the staff is terrific, and the food is tops-we're there once a week like clockwork. The staff tries to know you and remember what you like. It's like Chinese Cheers...