Atlanta >Grand China Restaurant
“Highly recommended to anyone who wants outstanding chinese, thai and japanese food, warmest welcome, the most friendly atmosphere.”
“Best yet, they have a nice variety of wines and western type desserts which are unusual for a chinese restaurant.”
“The exotic drinks are fantastic!”
“The chicken was nasty and hard and the steak smelled so bad I had to throw it out.”
“Great menu, well executed.”
“Very good chinese place.”
“Would definitely recommend to others and will return.”
“The service is super friendly, helpful, and most importantly QUICK!”
“highly recommend this restaurant if you are looking for good food at a good price in the Atlanta area.”
Grand China Restaurant has been serving authentic Asian cuisine since 1978. The menu has now expanded beyond traditional Cantonese food to
include Pan Asian selections. With over 250 items on the menu, you will find delicious Japanese, Thai and Chinese dishes in addition to Vietnamese and Malay appetizers. Be sure to check out the extensive bar selection of beer, wine and cocktails.
Open seven days a week serving lunch and dinner, Grand China also does take out, delivery and catering ( for orders over $30). Bring family and guests to Grand China-- we promise they'll find something to enjoy. …
Great Fun Last Night.
Just had to say I had a wonderful time last night great food and great company.
A Buckhead icon, great service great staff, Ms Chan is a great hostess :)
Very Nice Pleasant Place for Lunch.
Ive just have a great business lunch there on Friday lunchtime and I must say it was a easy friendly experience. The food was priced well and good value for money, the staff were prompt and also let us be when we have to discuss business.
Well done a nice place to eat, loved IT!
Awesome, Awesome, Awesome. The food, service and environment. Thanks for another great time.
They have great services in here. I love it here because the people that work in here are very polite and attentive, the food in here is not that bad.
I expected a Chinese food place in Buckhead to be good. It was horrible, I couldn't even eat the rice or the salad dressings which was a yellow Indian dressing. Indian dressing at Chinese place. The waiter was very nice though. I would not recommend to anyone, except Chef Ramsey to help teach them how to cook. The place was empty, that should of told me. My lunch cost $20.00 and I couldn't even eat it. worse fried rice I ever had
I like that I can still have some conversation in here, the tables are not that cramped up together. They have some amazing dishes here too, great place to treat a group.
Grand China is an amazing Asian restaurant for anyone looking for some great Asian food.
Every experience at this restaurant has been a great one. The staff appreciates our business and the food is amongst the best I've ever had. Definitely worth the drive. I love the consistency...the food is always on point!
So I was getting my hair cut at David
Barron's by my favorite stylist ever, she told me about this really fun weekend she had with her friend that ended with the "best chinese in the city." I didn't even know that my favorite chinese food place was known Georgia wide as the best chinese and she looked at me like I was so out of the loop.
My dad and I LOVE Grand China and go there pretty regularly, more than any other place we've been.
One warning - they like their chili peppers and if you aren't big on heat order everything mild. If you are a wimp like me, ask for no peppers.
A few of my favorite things:
-Dry Fried Wings. These are seriously the most amazing thing on the menu, they are know bay area-wide for a reason. Get them. It is amazing how many orders you see coming out of that kitchen!
-Mongolian beef. A lot of places have that super thinly sliced kind of dry beef, this is moist and delicious, but definitely heavy on the peppers, just saying. My dad generally judges a place by their mongolian beef, they passed :)
-Chicken Chow Mein. Lots of chicken and fresh veggies, absolutely delicious!
-Pot Stickers. Really yummy.
Also, we get all of this for about $40 and usually order to go. Plan on getting a pretty good amount of food, we usually have left overs, another bonus.
If you plan to go there and eat any time, be prepared to wait. If you order to go, plan to push through the crowd of people that are waiting!
Either way, go get some Grand China!
Grand China: Number One Chinese.
This place doesn't need another five star review but it's just sooo good.
If you have a mom or grandmother who can pop fresh made dumplings and double-fried chicken wings out of their buttholes then don't come here.
Otherwise come here and get the shrimp and leek dumplings, hot and sour soup, 2 orders of dry-fried chicken wings and the string beans. Seriously, don't even look at the menu. I'm sure there's awesome things on there but why go through the trouble when I've got everything outlined here.
Oh and just call in and order togo, show up and push past the crowd waiting for a table, get your order and devour your lot at the privacy of your own home.
I've waited up to an hour for a table before and then another 30 minutes for the wings. Worth the wait but so much better when you see all those envious looking faces when you walk out with a bag full of GRAND CHINA!
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