The Yangtze River in China is the third longest in the world, and just like your relatives’ self-righteous opinions, it can be prone to overflows without warning. Keep dinnertime conversation streaming in copacetic fashion using mouthfuls of satisfying food with this deal: get $30 worth of Chinese cuisine at New China Restaurant for only $15.
Not all family affairs are an annoyance; in fact, many gel quite well together, like the owners of New China Restaurant. Building on cherished family recipes that date to the 60s, this local gem fills forks with noodle specialties like Beef Chow Mein made with dry fried noodles, Cantonese Chicken Lo Mein crafted with pan-fried noodles and Pork War Mein, a dish done with soft egg noodles. They also feature an extensive selection of classic Chinese entrees including spicy Kung Pao Beef and Curry Chicken dishes, sweet Orange Chicken, and Moo Shu Pork. Try their 50-year-old egg roll recipe, still going strong, or a number of house-made soups, fried rice, Chop Suey and more, all designed to fill you up with flavor affordably.