Austin >China Hill Restaurant
Ants in your food.
Ordered tonight (3-27-12)
General Tso's Chicken was good. The Hot & Sour Soup was good.
I opened the container with the egg roll and wings and there were ANTS crawling all over the sweet & sour sauce! Ridiculous! I get it, sweet & sour is like crack to sugar ants, but this is the food service industry! If they are giving this out without noticing, what aren't they noticing everywhere else?
meh. screwed up our order. what food we did get was just average
Awesome Delivery & Food Every Time!. We order China Hill Delivery at least once a week between 3 roommates and we have never been disappointed! They are always friendly on the phone, and you can tell they are super busy. They get the order right, and the one time it was wrong they had noted the account for a credit on the next order we placed! The food comes fast and compared to the multiple other paces we have ordered from in the area, this is the most consistent, good quality Chinese food I have found in the area that delivers. Thank you Jackie & China Hill!
Decent Chinese Delivery.
Delivery is a reason to order from here - decent: speed = average, hot food = always (for us), pleasant = always, order mistakes = none (for us), takes cash/credit/debit/check = yes, decent delivery area
They are known for their BBQ, sweet & sour, and crab-cream cheese rangoons/wontons.
Lo Mein is fair, Mongolian Beef is decent, Fried Rice is decent.
Chicken dishes are decent.
Nothing to run out and select as choice #1, but if the goal is "a change, hot food/meal, Chinese delivery" then China Hill is amongst the top choices for the area.
This is Chinese?.
The delivery speed was nothing extraordinary. The food was bland, the rice dry. It may be a phenomena of every Chinese restaurant outside of where I grew up in Miami to use the appellation of Chinese food to apply to anything made with soy sauce. Their only passable food was their spare ribs, and even then it was a little too heavy on the five spice. The dumplings in the wonton were tough, the egg foo young seemed a bit over cooked.
It may be too much to expect for restaurants to take the time or expense of putting roast pork, scallions, and bean sprouts in their pork fried rice, and not this disturbing trend of peas and carrots.
Service with Smile. Best Delivery Chinese Food in town. They even deliver the food quickly and with a smile everytime. The sweet and sour chicken is amazing. They use white high quality chicken and you can tell. Wonderful food.
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