We were camping at Jacob Lake C.G. and wanted to try their food -- very good and lots of it; short wait time.
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Food was edible, but was tasteless; there was no seasoning at all. Restaurant looks old and dirty, but reeked of bleach. Server was rude and dismissive.
We ordered the Kung Pao Shrimp ($16) and House Lo Mein ($12). We each had a cup of hot and sour soup $2.49. The food was good not great, a little pricey but I think that is due to location. The décor and service were...More
We were greeted by Mr. Luo himself and he took our order. Soup of the day was the only bright spot. The rest of the food was mediocre at best. Mr. Luo is definitely Chinese but his culinary skillset is questionable.
We showed up right before they were closing one night, but they let us in any way. Had sesame chicken, rice, noodles and spring roll. They gladly replaced the ham fried rice with steam rice. Didn't really like the noodles, but everything else was delicious....More
The food was flavorful, however,one big disappointment was the serving size was super small. Portion size was almost child sized. I am not a big person: 5'2", 110 pounds and definitely could have eaten two orders. Also ordered a diet coke and was never offered...More
Looked for a restaurant open Christmas Eve and found Luo's Chinese Restaurant. It is clean and simple and we got waited on promptly. We ordered the Lucky dinner for 2. Everything we got was good! And the Chinese Jasmine tea was the best. I will...More
We stopped here on the way to Page on Thanksgiving day, it was one of the few places open. The food here is decent, definitely better than I would have expected for a small town. There is a 15% service charge in lieu of tips,...More
I like this place a lot and the people that run it are actually Chinese, though now the new generation is helping out too. This is your traditional Chinese Cuisine. I like it but it is getting mixed reviews anymore in town, so don't know...More