The food was great , prices are great , there is a language barrier with staff . Big portions very fresh food
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Stumbled across this little place while on a trip to Phoenix. Quiet, no crowds and very attentive to us. The wonton soup was great, with meat inside! Eggrolls were fresh, handmade. Lot of fried rice with the family meal. Definitely worth stopping by. I suggest...More
Here in Phoenix/Candler visiting friends who occasionally dine here. While the food is ok, the restaurant is in need of a renovation!
The outside appearance of this restaurant does not prepare one for the inside. The facility is quite nice and the staff was very attentive. We stopped by for a quiet lunch and that is what we experienced. It was a very late lunch so the...More
We love the food at Tao Garden. Unfortunately, the owner is horrible. I brought my 3 year led to the restaurant for lunch. The owner walked in the restaurant area cursing loudly on the phone. I was so upset I told him to stop. This...More
Have been coming to this restaurant for many years with consistently excellent food. They do offer lunch specials for those who wish to go that route, but offer a fairly extensive menu for both lunch and dinner. They have live fish so getting a yummy...More
Service is ok, staff is very friendly with each other and customers, great food, very inviting. Very clean place, great portions of food, they take pride in their restaurant and food. Local s see my on come here . Highly recommend
Went here and was in a hurry and was greeted with warmth and attentiveness; the food was brought out with the same. Had Mongolian Lamb and it was good though the portion was a little on the small size which, for Chinese food, means it...More
Went into the restaurant sat down and received the menu. Didn't like the menu or the prices. Wasn't crazy about server either. We decided to go somewhere else.
I've eaten here many times in the past 10 years and they remain consistent and give good value. The other evening we tried a "new" dish from them, something we have eaten in many other places - spicy eggplant with pork in black-bean sauce. Lots...More