These days you can find good Chinese restaurants in just about every U.S. city, including Dallas, home of thick steaks and other American favorites. August Moon is a popular Chinese establishment that offers mainly traditional and some Westernized dishes, as well as affordable family packages. The "gourmet" section of the menu has several combination platters, the most popular of which is August Moon Seafood Splendor: king crab, gulf shrimp, scallops, chicken breast, Chinese mushrooms, bell peppers, winter bamboo shoots and asparagus in oyster sauce. Great China is an upscale Chinese restaurant that has traditional bright and colorful Chinese pictures and decorations. House specialties include such delicious gourmet items as sea cucumber and savory Szechuan Pork. Hoi Tin is large and roomy inside, which adequate room to accommodate your group for lunch or dinner. The atmosphere is relaxing and the menu abounds in specialty dishes like fried scallops in bean sauce, savory shrimp kung pao overflowing with peppers, mushrooms and peas, or the seafood sampler, complete with an assortment of whitefish, scallops and shrimp. Everything is indeed bigger in Dallas and you're guaranteed not to walk away hungry from your Chinese meal here.
18101 Preston Road
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