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  • Stephen B.

    Inexpensive (especially lunch), yet quality Chinese food. As other reviews have said, the people are extremely friendly (yet straightforward) and this is the kind of place you want to give your business to. It's the best Chinese in the area (there is another sit-down place in the area that isn't as good) and a pleasant alternative to the nearby fast food chains. And yes - optimal for takeout.

    (5)
  • Ryan P.

    Decent, cheap Chinese food with friendly service. The waitress was very friendly and also spoke Chinese (?) with the cooks which is always a good sign. Did I mention it was cheap? Good eggrolls.

    (4)
  • Elane F.

    New York-style Chinese takeout. [The owners moved here from Brooklyn, NY]. No frills Chinese takeout (or dine in) that is much better than anything else in the area. Relatively cheap and very friendly.

    (5)
  • Jo J.

    cheap price, great take outs. You can sit in as well, but we are in hurry so we get take outs. try their orange chicken or general tsaos beef. for the price in this neigborhood, you can't beat it. very nice owners. as someone else says "This is the kind of place you want to give your business to, to make sure they stick around. Food is excellent, and owners are hard working and friendly"

    (5)
  • Jess I.

    Good prices for good food! Nice people..Love this place! Some of the best general tsos I have eaten!

    (5)
  • Meghan M.

    Best takeout Chinese food in the area, including Cranberry. Always fresh and delicious, and inexpensive. Highly recommend!

    (5)
  • Sarah L.

    I absolutely love the family that owns and runs this Chinese restaurant. The food is great and the prices are really inexpensive. I always walk into smiling faces:) I enioy givng my business to the China House. Fan for life. 100% recommended

    (5)
  • Shawn M.

    I love China House! My wife and I get takeout there all the time and we both get meals with leftovers for lunch the next day for less than $20. I was recommended to them and I recommend them all the time. You should try it!

    (5)
  • katrina o.

    We originally tried China House because we lived in the apartments next door and could walk over. We have since moved but it is still our go-to Chinese place and we prefer it to Lin's. It's cheap, it's incredibly tasty and no matter when I call for takeout it's always "15 - 20 minutes." They even saved my behind last Easter when I had no food and the grocery store was closed. Customer for life. The only thing that would be better is if they delivered.

    (5)
  • Gregg L.

    This is the kind of place you want to give your business to, to make sure they stick around. Food is excellent, and owners are hard working and friendly. They aim to please and are always willing to handle special requests. I'd give it 4.5 if I could.

    (4)
  • LaMar W.

    China House is akin to a brick-and-mortar style mall eatery, with the typical menu mainstays. The pleasant and dedicated staff make this place shine. The food is fresh, well-portioned and seasoned with some care. Perfect if you're in need of tasty, inexpensive eats nearby. Not sure I'd bother if I wasn't already close tho.

    (4)
  • Joel H.

    My wife and I agree this takeout Chinese food is the best in the North Pittsburgh suburbs - hands down.

    (5)
  • Brian R.

    The food smelled delicious on entering. The woman behind the counter was very nice. It's sit down after you order or take out. I ordered the General Tsos dinner special with a soda and water. The egg roll came out very promptly very warm and crisp. It had a great taste to it. The dinner plate came out less than ten minutes afterwards despite about three other diners in house and a steady stream of take out. It was very good flavor and the right amount of heat by default. The fried rice was good. The only bit I had was it only had two small florets of broccoli. I would have like about 6 more to balance he dish. In short I just found out go to Chinese place.

    (4)
  • Ralph M.

    This little restaurant is GREAT! Their chefs make very delicious meals. We love the place. Their carry outs, which are what we get, all have bean marvelous.

    (5)
  • Joel H.

    My wife and I agree this takeout Chinese food is the best in the North Pittsburgh suburbs - hands down.

    (5)
  • Brian R.

    The food smelled delicious on entering. The woman behind the counter was very nice. It's sit down after you order or take out. I ordered the General Tsos dinner special with a soda and water. The egg roll came out very promptly very warm and crisp. It had a great taste to it. The dinner plate came out less than ten minutes afterwards despite about three other diners in house and a steady stream of take out. It was very good flavor and the right amount of heat by default. The fried rice was good. The only bit I had was it only had two small florets of broccoli. I would have like about 6 more to balance he dish. In short I just found out go to Chinese place.

    (4)
  • Ralph M.

    This little restaurant is GREAT! Their chefs make very delicious meals. We love the place. Their carry outs, which are what we get, all have bean marvelous.

    (5)
  • Jess I.

    Good prices for good food! Nice people..Love this place! Some of the best general tsos I have eaten!

    (5)
  • Stephen B.

    Inexpensive (especially lunch), yet quality Chinese food. As other reviews have said, the people are extremely friendly (yet straightforward) and this is the kind of place you want to give your business to. It's the best Chinese in the area (there is another sit-down place in the area that isn't as good) and a pleasant alternative to the nearby fast food chains. And yes - optimal for takeout.

    (5)
  • Ryan P.

    Decent, cheap Chinese food with friendly service. The waitress was very friendly and also spoke Chinese (?) with the cooks which is always a good sign. Did I mention it was cheap? Good eggrolls.

    (4)
  • Elane F.

    New York-style Chinese takeout. [The owners moved here from Brooklyn, NY]. No frills Chinese takeout (or dine in) that is much better than anything else in the area. Relatively cheap and very friendly.

    (5)
  • Jo J.

    cheap price, great take outs. You can sit in as well, but we are in hurry so we get take outs. try their orange chicken or general tsaos beef. for the price in this neigborhood, you can't beat it. very nice owners. as someone else says "This is the kind of place you want to give your business to, to make sure they stick around. Food is excellent, and owners are hard working and friendly"

    (5)
  • Meghan M.

    Best takeout Chinese food in the area, including Cranberry. Always fresh and delicious, and inexpensive. Highly recommend!

    (5)
  • Sarah L.

    I absolutely love the family that owns and runs this Chinese restaurant. The food is great and the prices are really inexpensive. I always walk into smiling faces:) I enioy givng my business to the China House. Fan for life. 100% recommended

    (5)
  • Shawn M.

    I love China House! My wife and I get takeout there all the time and we both get meals with leftovers for lunch the next day for less than $20. I was recommended to them and I recommend them all the time. You should try it!

    (5)
  • katrina o.

    We originally tried China House because we lived in the apartments next door and could walk over. We have since moved but it is still our go-to Chinese place and we prefer it to Lin's. It's cheap, it's incredibly tasty and no matter when I call for takeout it's always "15 - 20 minutes." They even saved my behind last Easter when I had no food and the grocery store was closed. Customer for life. The only thing that would be better is if they delivered.

    (5)
  • Gregg L.

    This is the kind of place you want to give your business to, to make sure they stick around. Food is excellent, and owners are hard working and friendly. They aim to please and are always willing to handle special requests. I'd give it 4.5 if I could.

    (4)
  • LaMar W.

    China House is akin to a brick-and-mortar style mall eatery, with the typical menu mainstays. The pleasant and dedicated staff make this place shine. The food is fresh, well-portioned and seasoned with some care. Perfect if you're in need of tasty, inexpensive eats nearby. Not sure I'd bother if I wasn't already close tho.

    (4)

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Map
  • Address : 5513 William Flynn Hwy,Suite 600
    Gibsonia, PA, 15044
  • Phone (724) 443-1980
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Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch, Dinner
    Parking : Private Lot
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : No

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Chinese Cuisine

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