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  • Manda P.

    This is my favorite place to eat in the Park City area. Their lunch specials are reasonably priced and delicious. I frequently order the orange chicken with fried rice and I am never disappointed. Beside the delicious food, I really enjoy the cleanliness of the restaurant. As far as their service, I've never had a bad experience. All servers I've interacted with have been polite and prompt.

  • Laura B.

    This is a pretty americanized restaurant. I can't say my experience was anything amazing but the staff is friendly & the food was hot.

  • Kyle J.

    I love this place so much. Growing up in Park City and the later years that I worked in the Junction area, I'd always make sure to have Szechwan be a staple of my week. Now that I don't live in Park City, I make sure to stop here every time I come up. They're the best Chinese in the Greater Salt Lake area. Lunch is the perfect time to come, either for takeout or dining in. It's insanely cheap for what you get, for a maximum of $10, you can get white, brown, or fried rice. Plus won-ton, egg flower or hot and sour soup. The staff is friendly and your food will come out within ten minutes of ordering. I love this place and I'm sure you will too

  • John D.

    I stopped in while take a rest on my road trip. The food is good portion and the food was good. I was not a big fan of the house dish duck but in all the food was good. I would come back to this place with no hesitation,

  • Michael K.

    Quick takeout service, hot food, and decent service. This resturant serves adequate food for the price of their entrees. Definetly not the best, but worth the money if you want some chinese food in the area that is better than panda express. Tao's chicken was a little chewy for my liking but the flavor was good; Beef brocoli was alright, seemed to lack flavor. For about 30$ two entrees and 2 servings of white rice is what you can expect to pay for.

  • Nina Z.

    I work in Redstone Center and I've been on a mission to try every restaurant in the area. Check out my profile for more reviews. I've been bummed by the lack of asian food choices in Park City but I finally took a chance and looked past the mediocre Yelp reviews. Boy, am I glad I did. This is one of my favorite spots to grab lunch in the area. For $10 you get an entree, soup, egg roll, and rice (fried/white/brown). So far all the dishes I've had have been extremely tasty with the Beef Kung Pao being a favorite. I've only been here once for dinner. The dinner menu gets more adventurous with some traditional Szechuan dishes such as twice cooked pork. My favorite dish was the black mushroom and Chinese cabbage, followed by the fish with hot garlic sauce. The service has always been adequate - remember these are not waiters at a 5 star restaurant. They are attentive and food comes out quickly even when the place is slammed. Reasonably priced and definitely worth checking out.

  • Laura M.

    Very good Chinese food. We will be back. We had a group of 9 and everyone liked their meal!

  • Morgan P.

    This place is consistently good. I've been going here for many years and ca t recall a time when I was not pleased with the food. A tad bit overpriced but it is very good and the atmosphere is great.

  • Daisy S.

    This place is the best Chinese food in town. The crispy beef is amazing fresh but also good the next day. Their lunch special is a great deal and just as tasty as their dinner menu. Wish they had stayed on Main Street so I could eat there more often

  • Cliff H.

    The Asian food selection in Park City is a bit disappointing. This place has a nice atmosphere and good service but the menu selections are fairly limited, not very adventuresome and overpriced. Nevertheless, it is better than a place we stumbled into earlier in the night and promptly left. I would use the phrase "adequate" to describe this restaurant. We have come to the conclusion that in Park City, the gourmet restaurants can be excellent (though pricey in the range of NYC gourmet restaurants) while the common restaurants that are typically good quality and reasonably priced in other cities exist in small numbers in Park City. As they say, it is what it is. Surprisingly, we found some of the best values on the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons.

  • Kat T.

    This place is fantastic. Their Sesame chicken is my favorite. Takeout is super efficient, they always package your dishes with care so they don't spill, and food still nice and hot when you get it home. Ive lived in china, appreciate authentic Chinese food, and Szechwan Kitchen always meets my high standards.

  • Dave B.

    Food was okay. Some dishes must have been sitting awhile since they were lukewarm at best. The staff simply seemed disinterested. We had to request the basics like forks and drinks. The food arrived before water or soda. When they brought forks we were one short. Eating with the serving spoon was a real treat. Lastly, we waited forever for the check. Seriously... the entire party was waiting in the car while I waited inside for the check. I've eaten out a lot and sitting there alone for ten minutes while the bus boy awkwardly cleared plates was kind of comical.. Everyone has off nights and I hate being critical, but this experience was ugly. I won't be back.

  • Dylan L.

    Growing up in Park City, Szechwan was always a lunch hotspot for me, especially during my high school years when I had a car, so my friends and I could pile in and drive out from town, sometimes or an extended lunch from school. Lunch is definitely the right time to go to Szechwan-their lunch specials include an entree with fried, steamed, or brown rice, plus won-ton, hot and sour, or egg flower soup, all for a very reasonable price. The staff is always friendly, the servers always knowledgable, and it's got a nice little atmosphere. In my mind, Szechwan will always be a must-stop lunch spot when I'm visiting PC!

  • Tone R.

    I love the general tsao's chicken. Everything here is pretty solid. I always come here.

  • Jeff C.

    We've been here many times and the service is always cordial and helpful. The prices are very good especially the lunch specials. I stay away from the beef items because it's a little to chewy. The chicken and seafood dishes are good. The soups are good. If you have a infant they only have 1 high chair for the whole restaurant. We had to put our 10 month old in a booster seat and he was all over the place. That made the dining experience a little more stressful.

  • Lexi S.

    2nd visit here...quite disappointing. Both meals were lunch about 6 months apart. The service was equally lacking on both occasions and the food, mediocre. The lo mein is oily but at the same time dry. I know it sounds odd, but it's the best way I can describe it. My broccoli in garlic sauce could have been spicier but it was fine. The price for lunch is definitely right, but you get what you pay for... Still searching for a good chinese place in Utah!

  • JR R.

    Every time we're in Park City we make it a point to eat here. Their portions are generous, the flavors are good, and the prices are fair. If you like Chinese this place should be on your list.

  • Jim F.

    food and service has deteriorated. very disappointing. waiters were very aggressive in encouraging patrons to order quickly, eat quickly, and leave quickly. definitely not a relaxing atmosphere. i am a local and will never return.

  • Tiffany W.

    Park City is a grand town for some things (skiing, Sundance, ugly but super expensive fur-based clothing items), but lacking in some areas (reasonable liquor prices/beer that doesn't suck, minority populations, good Chinese food). From my handful of experiences here, there seems to be a somewhat narrow margin of "reasonably priced" dining establishments. That is, they've got McD's and BK Lounge and Wendy's. They've got the Talisker Restaurant Collection. But for some good eats that run $8-$12 per person (to me that's "reasonably priced" for a casual joint), one has to search for those gems. Enter Szechwan. It's kind of the go-to Chinese place out of default. It's close to where we stay, the food is decent enough, and the price is a'ight. They offer a pretty standard mix: beef, chicken, seafood, veggies. Also, fried rice and lo mein, and some "fancier" seafood dishes (including "Treasures of the Sea" with declared faux crab meat...). This time around, I went for a veggie eggroll ($1.35) and the Tofu in Brown Sauce ($9.95). What I really dislike about their menu is there is no real tofu+veggies combo. It's either one or the other. Or tofu with weak-a*s "vegetables" like onions or water chestnuts. Can't a girl get some tofu AND some broccoli? I guess I could have asked if they could just make that for me, but ordering off-menu at a place I'm mostly unfamiliar with makes me nervous. At any rate, the dish I ended up getting was mostly fine. The bamboo shoots were woody and tasted "off", so I pushed them to the side. Tofu was standard partially fried, with a few carrots, snow peas, and shiitake mushrooms. The Dude ordered the Scallops with hot Garlic Sauce ($13.95), and his friend ordered Crispy Beef (I think), which came with two florets of broccoli and a maraschino cherry. Service was sufficient; food came out quickly (especially the spring roll). The place was pretty quiet, but then again we were eating dinner at the Silver Sneakers hour -- like 5pm. All in all, I will likely return next time we're in Park City and I've got the hankering. Because if nothing else, I can peruse the Homes and Land catalog listing a $44MIL home (true story) while eating my $10 Chinese food.

  • Lizzy S.

    Great inexpensive Chinese! Clean bathrooms! We had an attentive server. He was extremely knowledgable about the menu. He even put our leftovers in a container for us ! He also offered to give us a soda refill to go. There are 3 choices of soups to go with the combination lunch. I chose the wonton soup. It was a nice change from the regular egg drop soup or the spicy, hot and sour soup on the menu. Although any of the Chinese soups are good if you add a splash of Kikoman soy sauce. I ordered the sesame chicken and it was good. It wasn't excellent, although it was nice because it wasn't over breaded or battered. The portions are huge for the price of an under 8 dollars lunch combination. The lunch combination includes an egg roll with the paper thin wrapping, soup and a choice of entree. Overall it was a pretty good experience for inexpensive Chinese.

  • Chloe B.

    Definitely the best Chinese around. OK, so there may not be many to choose from, but the food is great, the service is great and it's usually quick.

  • Deb D.

    Local Park City favorite Chinese spot. Pick up a lunch to go for under $10. Comes with choice of soup and choice of rice, plus egg roll.

  • Ramsey S.

    We were starving when we got here after a long day of hiking. That's probably why the food tasted good. The house duck special was rather dry but not inedible. The sesame chicken was ok as it wasn't soggy (which I've seen) or crunchy (which I've also seen). What stood out the most, however, was the addition of a maraschino cherry to both of those dishes. Nothing says "authentic" like an ice cream sundae topping on your chinese duck and chicken dishes. Maybe it was a prank. Service was pretty attentive but it also wasn't very busy. The waiter was friendly with us but maybe it's because we weren't a large group based on other people's horror story reviews. But yeah, that maraschino cherry...

  • Rachel J.

    After trying 25+ restaurants in the Park City area over the past six months, I decided it was time to write some reviews. Another perfectly adequate restaurant in Kimball Junction. Good prices, decent food, friendly service, diverse menu and large portions. It's your basic strip-mall Chinese restaurant, and if you're craving Chinese, it'll do.

  • Doug M.

    Food was not good. None of the items we ordered tasted good. We just threw it in the trash. Wontons were awful, just dough, no filling. Too much pepper on the beef broccoli. Pan fried noodles tasted terrible.

  • Tom P.

    Excellent hand cut General Tso's chicken. Pork fried rice was very good and had an almost smoky flavor to it. Hand cut meat in that dish as well. Very good. I will definitely be back.

  • Thomas J.

    Awesome Chinese food. Will come back

  • Jenna D.

    Szechwan has consistently been the best chinese in Park City. It is run by a nice family and they work really hard. Occasionally I've ordered a usual dish and it just doesn't come out as good as it usually does but that is to be expected- nothings always perfect people! 9 times out of 10 its amazing. Go for lunch- its a great deal! You get soup, choice of rice, and an egg roll. I recommend the hot and sour soup. The best dishes at szechwan are: #1 Sesame chicken #2 Sweet and Sour Chicken (better if you dine in) #3 Szechwan beef #4 Crunchy beef

  • Greg D.

    Came up to Schezwan on the advice of my wife who had tried it before. The restaurant was very nice inside, I liked the atmosphere and the booths were nice and roomy. We came on a Sunday afternoon and it was fairly empty, it seems like with a full house it could get pretty noisy and crowded. The food was delicious. I had the General Tso's chicken and my wife had the Crispy Beef. Both were great and the rice was well prepared. The food seemed a little pricey, it was $40 for the both of us and we only drank water and had the two entrees. It was excellent food however and I will probably eat there again if I'm in the area.

  • Brian F.

    meh is about all i can say about it. had to get up from the table to find the waiter to place our order. we were the only customers on a very recent thursday at about 5 o'clock and the waiters were by the front desk engrossed on their smart phones. waiter suggestions were not very helpful so we went with our instincts which turned out to be.....meh. mediocre food (kinda skimpy for $15 entrees). but this is park city where its not known for culinary excellence. would i go back? not sure.

  • Ben K.

    How is it that no one has reviewed Szechwan yet? By far the busiest place for lunch in the Park City area, I frequented Szechwan back in my high school days. Whenever I return to PC to visit family, I make a point of eating here at least once and my high school friends are usually eager to join. Restaurant/Staff: Comfortable atmosphere, clean interior. The staff aren't exactly friendly but they are efficient and the food comes out quickly. If you go there as much as I used to, you will certainly begin to hear the same music over and over again on subsequent visits. Food: While it's not authentic Chinese (but really what is?), Szechwan does a great job of serving up very tasty food at pretty affordable prices. It's hard to beat the lunch special, which includes soup, entree, spring roll, and rice for around $6-7. Advice: Arrive a little bit before noon if you are going on a weekday in order to beat the onslaught of area construction workers, outlet mall employees, etc.

  • Ophelia M.

    The food here is wonderful. And, based on the food alone--approaching 5 stars. The Good: I ordered their orange chicken. Now, orange chicken is a dish I love when it's done well--the problem is very few restaurants really know how to do it well. Szechwan is absolutely the exception to this as their orange chicken is incredible (not overly sauced and just the right amount of sweet). Their pot stickers were everything pot stickers ought to be. And, their sweet and sour pork was solid (a little soggy for my taste). Also, we were a party of 12 and were seated and served efficiently. The Bad: The service was strange at best. One of my dining companions told the hostess the number in our party and then turned quickly to make sure she was right on the number and while she was turned the hostess tugged on the back of her jacket and barked "this way!" (Wow!) Then later, one of the gentlemen in our party was kind enough to pick up the tab for everybody (he paid the exact amount of the bill and the rest of us were tasked with leaving a tip)--well, as we are all digging into our wallets/purses to leave the tip, the waiter sees that the bill was paid exactly, approaches the gentleman who paid and rudely demands to know who will be leaving the tip (I get that we were a large party...but seriously? We hadn't even begun to leave yet!). The Ugly: My wine glass was so utterly dirty, I had to send it back. Ugh. Bottom Line: Like I said, the food was fab. The service was bordering on just plain inappropriate. Perhaps take out would be the way to go here?

  • Ryan M.

    Good Generals chix.....good price....wontons aren't very good @ option for fried rice for dinner....booo

  • Randy R.

    Slightly below average American Chinese food. Everything is by the numbers here with no surprises in either selection or quality.

  • D V.

    Best Chinese Ever!! I've Had Chinese all over the county and Europe but this is by far the best!!!!!! I grew up eating here! Now that i don't live in PC i crave it everyday! Chicken Broccoli with hot garlic sauce, fried rice, best hot and sour soup ever and crispy noodles(snack) is the way to go don't forget to ask for some sweet and sour sauce they have the best ever i eat it on my fried rice dip the crispy noodles in it... BEYOND GREAT!! General Tsaos is also great!! The staff is so amazing they would know that we never wanted veggies in our fried rice they are so amazing! I miss it so much!! Can't wait to go back so I can eat their everyday my tastebuds are crying right now :( I love it so much! The Best of the Best Wish I could give it 100 stars it is that great! Oh and grab a fruit candy on the way out ;)

  • Thad B.

    Good food. Good prices. Iffy service.

  • Cori L.

    Really great food, with generous portions at a fair price. For a lunch special you get soup, rice a main dish, egg role all for around $7. How can you beat that? Plus the service was fast and friendly. I'll be back next time I'm in park city.

  • Garrett R.

    We went for lunch - service was amazingly quick, and great food. Also, a very good value for the price

  • Tyler D.

    My favorite Chinese restaurant in the entire state. Take out service, nice employees, amazing taste. If you want a great meal, try the spicy orange chicken.

  • Jaynel G.

    We had a broccoli vegetable dish and orange chicken, plus soup. It was stale, kinda greasy and nothing special. The food tasted old and very salty. Later that night I started getting violently ill. The next day I was seriously ill with food poisoning which led to two of possibly the worst days in my life (health wise). I'm a healthy person with MS and getting food poisoning absolutely wrecked my immune system with dehydration among other undesirable side effects from food poisoning. I'm absolutely certain it was the food here because I went over every little last thing I ate when they admitted me to the hospital.

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  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : No
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : Yes


Chinese Cuisine

The popularity of Chinese food in America can be adjudicated by the appearance of China Town in many major cities in the United State of America. The popular trend of ordering or opting for Chinese take away food isn't unknown in America. Chinese take away food comes to rescue when you're too tired from work or too exhausted to cook. No one can resist the temptation of eating spicy noodles, shrimp, chicken, beef or pork cooked in the sweet and spicy sauce. The cooking method of authentic Chinese food is a lot different compared to what is served in America.

Generally, Chinese use dark meat small bones and organs to cook dishes but this changes when you are eating American-Chinese fusion food prepared using white boneless meat cooked with broccoli, carrots and onions. Back in China, the food is less spicy and oily as they favor steaming and braising method for cooking the most popular dishes. So, if you have a taste for authentic Chinese food, then try finding a real Chinese restaurant in the city. You can also try the most popular fusion Chinese food like Pecking Duck, Chicken Feet, Hot Pot, Shrimp Dumpling Soup, Mapo Tofu, Wontons, Chop Suey, Egg Rolls and not to forget Fortune Cookies.

There are not many restaurants in America serving authentic Chinese food. A little research on Restaurant Listings directory can help you locate the best Chinese restaurants in the city. Chinese cuisine is continuously evolving, and you can find a variety of dishes categorized as the food for lactose intolerant, gluten intolerant, vegan, vegetarian, and diabetic friendly. So, if you have a group of friends with different taste patterns, save the hassle and visit the nearest Chinese restaurant in your city.

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