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I have been coming here for years and the food is good and consistent. My favorite is sesame chicken it has a delicious sauce and small pieces if white and dark meat.
I have moved and drive 45 min to go here. The service is always great.



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I do love some good food around the Concord area; I would like to share my culinary adventure with you. Awesome shrimp fried rice ask for it extra spicy!



Tea Garden is one of my go-to places for decent Chinese food. I stop here during lunch (I dine-in) since they offer 27 Luncheon Specials ($5.75-$8.00) to choose from, which come with white or pork fried rice and choice of soup (Dine-in only). I’m promptly seated in the cozy main dining room, which is usually steady busy. They also have a bar upstairs.

For lunch, I usually order the #19 Noodle, Peking Sauce (with pork) ($5.75), which is fairly spicy or the #22 Shrimp & Scallop in Garlic Sauce ($8), which has tender shrimp & scallops woth a mix of fresh vegetables (broccoli, peppers, onions), bamboo shoots, fungi in a savory brown sauce. The portion sizes are good and just right (I can finish the food in one sitting). The entrees could be hotter temperature wise. The pork fried rice served in a separate bowl has a soft texture (brown color) with pieces of roast pork & egg. The hot & sour soup is quite good, which has tofu, egg, bamboo, pork, mushroom slices (canned) & fungi in a thick medium spicy broth.

The service here is usually prompt. I’m given a pot of hot tea & ice water as I’m seated (they offer me other drinks to order). The food comes out quickly after I order, soup first, then entree, and then check with fortune cookie when I’m done. It’s like clockwork here and I’m back to work on time.

NOTE: Use caution when entering & exiting since the driveway is only one lane and the parking lot in back is tight.




Go to place in the area. Great food. Excellent service. Relaxing environment. Strong drinks. Recommended!

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