We order takeout from Shoots at least twice a month. I consider it the best Chinese restaurant in the state. Recipes came from previous owner and their methods of certain dishes are just better than other restaurants.
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The original owners had this restaurant and one in Salt Lake too. They sold their recipes to this owner who is pretty true to the original. The best dishes are the Salt and Pepper Chicken, Green Been Beef and Moo Shu Pork. We get takeout...More
Got our group of 9 seated quickly on a Saturday afternoon. Brought appetizers quickly and rice for the little ones to start on. We opted not to do family style since most of us just did lunch and those are smaller portions. But everyone really...More
We have visited several times, and while our entrees are generally good (the mongolian beef was just spicy enough, but the lemon chicken lacked any punch - needed some lemon zest in the breading?), we always wonder at the end why we didn't just order...More
My wife and I enjoy good chinese food, which is really hard to find in Provo. We saw this place (kind of newer) at the shops at riverwood, and figured that we would look at the menu and prices. The prices are competative with those...More
I ordered kung-pao chicken for take out. It was good, but I don't think it was spicy enough. Maybe it's a Utah thing because I have had this problem at many restaurants with this dish. It was light on chicken and bell-peppers and too heavy...More
I found the wonton and egg drop soup to be top notch although the egg drop soup is the best. The wonton chips are the best but totally fattening. The tangerine Hicken was not my fave...I have had the lemon chicken which I preferred to...More
Love everything about this authentic Chinese restaurant with flash. They have their own gourmet twist on classic Chinese cuisine. The Mu Shu is full of smokiness goodness paired with a mustard BBQ sauce that just wows the taste buds. We will be back!
We arrived at 6PM on a Wednesday night and the place was practically empty. Pop music was playing and the lighting was slightly off. The meal started with a large bowl of deep fried wonton chips with a side of sticky red sweet and sour...More