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You can always tell whether a Chinese restaurant is respectable by looking at the clientèle. If there are Chinese people around, chances are good that the food is good. And if you see roasted fowls in the window, you've definitely found a winner. The regal dining area features dark tables and comfortable, red-velvet cushioned chairs. Everything is delicious, especially the roast duck and chow fun. You will leave with a full, satisfied feeling every time. Beer and wine are both available. If you are feeling brave, you might try the Chinese beer Tsingtao.
Located in the heart of University City, Shu Feng features Asian cuisine with both Chinese and Korean influences. For appetizers, the Steamed Dumplings stuffed with spicy pork are wonderfully light and tasty. Chinese favorites like Kung Pao Chicken, Shrimp in Lobster Sauce, Mongolian Beef and Moo Shu Pork are big sellers. For lovers of spice, try one of the Korean dishes like Kim Chi (very hot pickled turnips) or the Bulgogi, a spicy beef entree.
Consistently good food is the hallmark of this Chinese restaurant in West County. Its delicious sauces can be prepared with more or less spice, as desired. The expansive menu contains all the traditional Chinese favorites. The crispy sesame chicken is a particular hit with patrons. Sample the potstickers for a tasty appetizer, and do not miss trying the spicy dipping sauce. The rose sea scallops were noteworthy, mixed with a crisp assortment of vegetables, peppers and mushrooms.
With a variety of choices on its all-you-can-eat buffet, Happy China is a great place to stop for lunch. However, popularity does have its drawbacks as the lines are long here, and the wait is longer. If you can stand the wait, though, the cuisine is worth it. Best of all, the buffet items are labeled. Chef Pa creates an array of sweet-and-sour, spicy and ginger-flavored pork, beef and chicken. Top off any selection with a crispy egg roll and some wonton soup.