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  • Dragon China impressed me because they put New York Style on the front door, so that you understand that the food there tastes like the little take-out joints in the big city
  • And you will find all the convenient trappings of a take-out eatery
  • I think the owners are aware that people don't really want to eat there, which is why there are so few accommodations for patrons to sit and dine

    • by Famous
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      I am a Chinese food snob. Coming from New York, there are certain things that I’m looking for when I order Chinese food. First of all, I am looking for my fried rice to have bean sprouts and huge chunks of onion.

      The rice also has a different kind of flavor than typical buffets around the metro Atlanta area. Dragon China impressed me because they put New


      York Style on the front door, so that you understand that the food there tastes like the little take-out joints in the big city.

      They serve boneless spare ribs with the traditional sauce. Egg Rolls are made fresh, with lots of cabbage; and they are seasoned perfectly.

      These kinds of take out restaurants usually have little seating. Dragon China is no different.

      Tucked into a ...


      • semi-defunct shopping plaza, it seems a bit out of the way. But in viewing the demographic of the area, it’s actually in a sublime location, because there are few places to grab food quickly in this neighborhood.

        The food is very reasonable. And you will find all the convenient trappings of a take-out eatery: wings, sodas in the bottle, and fortune cookies are all available in bins

        at the ordering counter.

        I would probably never actually eat in the establishment. I think the owners are aware that people don’t really want to eat there, which is why there are so few accommodations for patrons to sit and dine.

        If you are looking for a hole in the wall type of place where you can grab some authentic New York Chinese food, look no further than this place.




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