always wonderful food and service. The owners are friendly and courteous. The dishes come out piping hot
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I love this place. Yes it's just a little hole in the wall. The food is delicious from the egg rolls to entrees. The people that run this are wonderful.
We enjoyed several basic chine dishes that were well prepared and tasty: General Tso chicken, sweet and sour chicken, pork fried rice, lo mein and egg rolls. The prices were reasonable and the staff friendly.
While Number One China might not offer the BEST Chinese food I've ever eaten, it offers consistently good food at reasonable prices. Take out doesn't take long to prepare, and orders are always packed correctly. One suggestion: improve the quality of chicken used in your...More
Egg rolls were stale and very greasy, chicken was tough and all dishes were very greasy and tasteless. Went there because of reviews. Think they have friends who write them
After eating Chinese takeout in different states and countries, this food is always my basis for comparison. After moving, I always have to come when I am in town for a visit. The staff have always been so polite, and when I used to order...More
This is some typical Chinese food. Anywhere in America you could get the same because it's ordered in large plastic bags from some Chinese Food Central Supply. However, the oil in the woks tastes fresh enough. The restaurant (yes, a hole int he wall) is...More
While it's true that every town has a Chinese takeout place, Black Mountain's Chinese takeout place is the best. The food is excellent, and I always look forward to going there. Number One China is quick, not too pricy, delicious, and has certainly earned its...More
This place used to be the best takeout in town. The last 2 years it has changed drastically. The service is still fast and very friendly but the food isn't nearly as good as it used to be. The chicken is tough and hard to...More
I usually judge a chinese restaurant by its sweet and sour pork. Well, we ate in at one of the few tables and it was brought out on a plate with only the meat (battered, of course). The sweet and sour sauce was brought out...More