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50 best Chinese restaurants in the United States

by zencha » Mar 10th, '12, 22:07

What is the most common type tea drunk in Xi'an City , Shaanxi Province ?
Xian Famous Foods in NYC is on this list :
http://www.cnngo.com/explorations/eat/u ... usa-145368
http://xianfoods.com/

Mar 10th, '12, 22:26
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Re: 50 best Chinese restaurants in the United States

by zencha » Mar 10th, '12, 22:26

Looks like coffee may be the beverage of choice !
Donuts Opens 10,000th Restaurant in Xi’An, China :
http://www.dunkindonuts.com/DDBlog/2011 ... opens.html

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Re: 50 best Chinese restaurants in the United States

by Drax » Mar 11th, '12, 19:53

Huh, I was really curious if this one place that I really, really love in Northern Virginia was on the list.... and it was! The Peking Gourmet Inn... listed under Washington D.C., but... close enough. :D

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Re: 50 best Chinese restaurants in the United States

by gingkoseto » Mar 11th, '12, 22:38

My favorite restaurants in Boston and NYC are not on the list. :cry: I was actually surprised to see a Boston Chinatown restaurant is on the list. I didn't think any one there was exceptional, although there are a few ok ones.

I love the Sichuan restaurant near NYC Chinese Consulates General. I don't remember its English name. My foodie Chengdu girlfriend thinks it's the best she has ever had in the States. I think it can easily beat some popular Sichuan restaurant in Beijing, not in terms of dish variety, but in flavors of some dishes.

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Re: 50 best Chinese restaurants in the United States

by bearsbearsbears » Mar 12th, '12, 00:23

I'm guessing they didn't do much research in putting that list together. They chose two very mediocre restaurants in Georgia and missed many of the better places in SoCal.

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