Since the restaurant specializes in barbecue, it's the focal point of many dishes. Glistening mounds of young chow fried rice reveal chunks of honey-barbecued pork, juicy baby shrimp, peas, carrots, flurry scrambled egg and chewy Chinese sausage. Don't miss the soy sauce chicken, which comes with a tiny dish of sauce that oddly resembles chimichurri except it's made with ginger and green onion.
Gourmet Chinese cuisine in an airy, casually elegant space.
A new "Asian comfort food" restaurant has come to the Courtyard by the Mariott Hotel. The restaurant foods from Hong Kong, Taiwanese, and Korean traditions. Examples from the menu include ramen, Taiwanese beef noodle soup, and house made dumplings.
The Korean-Chinese menu remains, but try the request-only Szechuan menu. Besides the Husband and Wife Lung, there's Slobber Chicken, and if you’ve always wondered what Mao Tse Tung liked to eat, there's a pork-belly dish named for him.
Tucked away in Duluth, Masterpiece serves Szechuan and other Chinese fare such as dry friend eggplant, dumplings with chili sauce, and smoked fried tea duck.
This authentic Hong Kong restaurant will grab your attention with the multiple kinds of meats in the window display. Go for the soy sauce chicken served with a rich scallion sauce and rice. Highly recommend the crispy duck as well.
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