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what a joke went through the whole online ordering just for them to tell me they only deliver a 3 mile radius........come on really
went to golden tiger last month and the service was slow/ the waitress was rude and then when we were leaving she chased us into the parking lot and get yelling fof atip will never go there again.
Very delicious food! Call restaurant after placing online order though, because we called after an hour and the restaurant had never received our order from ChineseMenu.com.
The Lady is very RUDE. She has no time for srirashi sauce. I ask her for some for my take out order and she rudely said I don't have time to give you some. And actually there sucks some times. serious literally sucks. BAD TAST
Fresh and tasty food, quick and friendly service, and reasonable prices. I recommend.?
The waiter so nice.
Courtney N. on:
We always ordered Chinese food from this place when we lived in Simi, and we loved it every time. We usually ordered orange chicken, beef and broccoli, egg... ...?
Nicole S. on:
This is decent Chinese food for the price. I come for the fried rice because its always fresh and tasty, and the beef and broccoli which is to die for! Not... ...?
Melanie D. on:
AMBIANCE: Low-key Chinese decor, basic linen covered tables with triangular napkins perched on top waiting for their next guest. A medium-sized fish tank... ...?
First time ordering here. I ordered Kung Pao Chicken (I use this to measure the Chinese cooking ability of chef) and non-Chinese Honey Walnut Shrimp. Both were exceptionally well done and in very ample serving sizes. I thought the menu items were a little pricey before seeing the size of the portions. The Honey Walnut Shrimp had over two dozen large shrimp. The Honey Walnut shrimp also had a deep fried batter that was airy and light but still with a light crunch like perfect Tempura. The Kung Pao Chicken was just under the required heat for an Asian "Spicy" dish but was made in the traditional way with only the dark meat of the chicken, scallions, and roasted peanuts; much superior in taste and texture to Kung Pao with chicken breast meat. The Golden Tiger is now our defacto Chinese restaurant.?