Whether itâ€™s Szechuan or Mandarin, high-end dim sum or bargain moo shu, Voice Places is your guide to Chinese food in St. Louis. Professional reviews and user reviews, along with listings easily searchable by neighborhood, give you all the information you need to make a great choice!
Though it is indeed a standard-issue Chinese buffet, right down to the pans of quivering Jell-O squares, Joy Luck also offers a menu of traditional Szechuan cuisine: a... More »
From the owners of nearby Simply Thai comes another winning restaurant. The menu is lengthy but not overwhelmingly so, a greatest hits of Thai cuisine: soups, curries, stir... More »
The area's first Vietnamese restaurant has relocated to a bigger, better space, but its charm remains. The menu is quite long and has the rare quality of appealing to novices and... More »
Famous Szechuan Pavilion owner and chef Xin Cin is a native of Chinaâ??s Szechuan province, and at her University City restaurant (relocated from its original... More »
An unassuming Vietnamese restaurant in an old Burger King, St. Louis Pho will impress you with its vibrantly flavored dishes. Its namesake dish, the traditional beef-noodle... More »
On the list of things to do before you die: dim sum, Peking duck. At Wei Hong you can do both in splendid style. Housed smack-dab in the middle of U. City's... More »
Yen Ching has been in business for decades, and the quality of its ingredients is a chief reason for its success. Seafood is fresh, vegetables are crisp and meats are... More »
Situated on a stretch of Olive Boulevard that is best described as University City's Chinatown, Lu Lu fits comfortably among the Asian markets, restaurants and... More »
Worker bees in downtown Clayton have choices aplenty come lunchtime, but House of Wong is one of the best. Far from a nondescript takeout joint, this well-appointed... More »
The knee-jerk response: "Ugh! Chain!" The more appropriate response: "Mrngflemmm." This is the sound you make when biting into succulent spare ribs, when spooning... More »
Has the U.S. economy finally turned the corner? Don't ask me. I can't even reconcile my bank statement. Still, my accounting of the best dishes from the new restaurants I reviewed in 2012 features several establishments of impressive scope and ambition — in other words, not the sort of places you open when would-be diners are choosing Hamburger Helper. And the trend is set to continue...
Here's what I know about the owner and chef of Famous Szechuan Pavilion. Her name is Xin Lin. She's from the Szechuan province of China. There, she tells me, she was No. 1 in her class. I believe she means culinary school, but here again our mutual language barrier is as tall and forbidding as that...
On a weekday afternoon at St. Louis Pho, even the Vietnamese pop ballads blasting from the television speakers can't entirely obscure the business of eating pho: the clinking of chopsticks against the rim of the bowl as diners stir bean sprouts, fresh basil leaves and shreds of sawtooth herb into the...
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