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Crazy Wok is, as its name suggests, a Chinese restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a casual and laid-back environment. The decor is fairly basic, featuring a host of minimalist furnishings, wall-mounted menus and a service counter where your orders are taken by one of their friendly staff members. The menu is extensive and includes a wide range of seafood, meat and poultry options. The Hunan Beef, Moo Shu Shrimp, and the Chicken Francese Wok Noodles are some of their specialties.
The New Hong Kong Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale is a Chinese restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a casual and family-friendly environment. The restaurant specializes in Hong Kong-style preparations such as their signature Roast Pork with Broccoli, Chicken with Black Bean Sauce and the Pu Pu Platter. If you're a vegetarian, go for the Buddist Delight, Moo Shu Veg, and the Szechuan Bean Curd.
If Asian food is what you crave, there are not many better places in Fort Lauderdale that serves the flavors of Northern Asia on a plate. Though this is a Pan Asian cuisine, their menu mainly features Chinese and Japanese dishes such as their signature General Tso's Chicken, Mongolian Three Treasure, Dancing Eel Roll and Spicy Tuna Tartar with Crispy Wonton which are some of the must-have dishes here. They also have a separate menu for kids under the age of 12.
Christine Wan's is a longstanding neighborhood favorite for tasty Chinese food at reasonable prices. Serving up Mandarin, Szechuan, and Cantonese favorites, the restaurant's outstanding feature is an extensive menu of relatively healthy vegetarian options. For those who prefer to avoid the heavier stuff, this is an excellent alternative. The menu is almost overwhelming in its variety, but there are a few items that stand out. If you are a meat eater, try the Ginger Duck or the Orange Beef. Noodle dishes are delicious as well. The restaurant is not fancy, but it is comfortable and well suited to its location in central Hollywood.