New Asia Chinese Restaurant
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Reviews of New Asia Chinese Restaurant
N. Hegarty posted on 11/02/2013
This is by far one of the best Chinese Restaurants in Tucson. Their Orange Chicken is fantastic. The family that runs it is so nice, and they obviously take pride in their establishment because this place is spotless. The young lady at the register is so sweet and a pleasure to speak to. Try this place, you won't be disappointed.
Vicki Cessa posted on 08/07/2013
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT!<br />
My husband and I have been looking for good Chinese food on our side of town (Starr Pass Area) and had almost given up. We have been looking for GOOD sesame chicken, good chow mien and egg foo young. We were very happy to find that this little place fills the bill.<br />
When we walked in we were greeted by very friendly people. Ling was our waitress, Philip is the cashier and greeter and his brother Tony is the cook. They have been open for 6 days and are very nice and eager to please. After ordering our egg foo young and chow mien I asked about the sesame chicken and to show us how it is, they brought us a sample of both sesame chicken and sweet and sour chicken. Both were very good and the all of the sauces that we tasted were great!. Very tasty egg drop soup and the egg fried rice was good and the crab wontons too.<br />
Please consider this a new restaurant and try it...you'll come back!
Patrice posted on 05/07/2013
This is like family. If you want P.J. Chang's, go to P.J. Chang's. If you want yummy home cooking, this is the place! Alyce and her husband are wonderful people, hard workers and the food is divine! <br />
I come from an Asian family and we LOVE a visit to New Asia. This is a family restaurant. Family food, family atmosphere and family prices! Poor Patrick must have been there when he was just on the verge of becoming very ill. You know how nothing tastes good just as you're getting sick?<br />
Thank you, New Asia.
Scott posted on 12/21/2011
I have been a customer of New Asia for decades, and before that when it was the Rose Garden. The Mongolian Beef, SaCha Beef, Tomato Pepper Beef, the spicy version of Chicken w/Black Bean Sauce are my favorites and have always been excellent. When my wife is away on business, this is where I usually order dinner from.
gwb posted on 03/22/2010
Contrary to Patrick's experience at the New Asia, mine have all been (6 to 8 lunches) very pleasant and satisfying. I have only had lunch at this restaurant; however, every dish I have eaten has been very good to excellent. The only complaint is the community hot mustard and sweet sauce containers. I suggest they serve those individually when requested by the customer. The idea of taking sauce from a dish that may have been on the table several days with a plastic spoon protruding is unappetizing.
Thomas posted on 11/06/2009
I ordered a few favs over the phone due to no menu being available on line. Both items turned out to be good. Not earth shattering nor unique in their own way, but good.<br />
I will visit again.
Patrick posted on 08/02/2009
I ordered takeout from this restaurant on July 31, 2009.<br />
First, at around 6 pm, the restaurant was empty. I should have known then that I was entering dangerous territory. The waitress that took my order was very terse and rude, and did not seem to want my business. After a long look of the extensive and well priced food on the menu, I decided on pot stickers and chicken lo mein. After placing my order I was not offered a place to sit, nor was I offered any water, which is contrary to the service that I am accustomed to in most Asian restaurants. The food arrived promptly, and the waitress saw me off with not so much as a good-bye.<br />
Five minutes later, in the comfort of my living room, I ordered the two take-out boxes that I was given. Six pot stickers were stuffed in one of the boxes, leaving what looked like a jumble of meat and mashed potatoes. I managed to salvage half of one sticker, and nearly gagged after chewing for two seconds. The sauce used for dipping was nothing more than soy sauce--cheap stuff at that. The dough was INCREDIBLY gooey, and the meat was rubbery and tasteless, except for the massive amount of salt and MSG used to 'flavor' it. I tried one more pot sticker, but ended up throwing the rest away. Next, as I dipped my fork (the restaurant didn't provide utensils by the way) into the lo mein, a wave of sour stench hit my nostrils. Reluctantly, I took a bite of the mushy noodles, and will be sorry for the rest of my life that I did. The sour taste masked most of the rest of the disgusting mess that I had just placed in my mouth, but not all of it. The chicken was dry, cold, and bland. The vegetables were obviously old or canned, and the noodles were horrendously over cooked and sour. I threw away the meal after two bites of pot stickers and one bite of lo mein. This was a horrible, horrible, HORRIBLE meal. Please, for the love of God, do not go to this restaurant.<br />
Heidi posted on 05/07/2009
Small resturant, but very good food. Great quality. The staff is nice, and they remember their return customers.
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