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Chinese food with an American twist. Try the orange beef or crispy pork. No lunch on Sunday.
This authentic Chinese restaurant cooks up a mean mock eel. Lunch every except Sunday, when they serve dim sum. Dinner nightly.
You can get sushi and sashimi at this Asian restaurant, along with Thai curries and udon noodles.
The spicy Szechuan mala dishes are popular at this take-out spot, but so are classic General Tso and crab Rangoon.
This buffet restaurant serves a world of dishes, from sushi to pizza to barbecued ribs. Kids pay 70 cents per year of age.
Look for Thai specialties and Chinese favorites, plus several lobster dishes and family dinner deals.
Dishing out boneless spare ribs and Hunan chicken to central Vermont for more than 20 years. Owner John Yeung says, "We know what we're doing."
Egg rolls and moo shu to go? This small and informal restaurant serves traditional Chinese American food for take-out only .
Serving Szechuan, Hunan, Mandarin and Cantonese fare with no MSG. Order family dinner combinations for up to six people.
Locals come here for all of the Chinese American standards.
This small restaurant is known for its speedy service, and all the Chinese classics.
This Chinese restaurant serves up some eclectic seafood dishes, as well as the usual lo mein and combo plates.
Find crispy delights such as whole fried fish and tangy Hunan chicken, but also a variety of healthy steamed vegetable dishes, including bean curd with snow peas.
There's no MSG in the kitchen at this casual Chinese spot, but there is Mongolian beef and chicken curry.
You can have lunch early at this Chinese restaurant on the fringes of Chittenden County; it opens at 11 a.m. Eat here or take it out.
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