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08/26/11Provided by Citysearch
The food was below avg. I can not believe that they are in business. They have signs saying that they have brown rice, but never on the sign did it say for an addition fee. I ordered a dinner plate of sesame chicken the chicken was small, but fried rice was good. Got a side of chicken wings and they had no flavor. Asked if I could get mixed soup of egg drop and hot & sour then the manager walked over and interrupted to tell me no that they cannot mix it at all.
07/19/11Provided by Citysearch
I had the pleasure of comming across china wall and try thier crispy duck dish and it was delicious and i would reccomend it to all of my friends. The service was fantastic and it was a very homie enviroment. Would i go back? Id be crazy not to.
06/27/11Provided by Citysearch
This place was the cat's meow about 5 years ago. I have been to many chinese places in this area over the years and china wall was always above and beyond. They must have either sold the buisness or people left because its not even close to its full glory of even 3 years ago. It's a shame but I have found bo's asain around the corner that rivals some of the chinese food i had in NYC.
05/01/11Provided by Citysearch
I love to eat chinese food, so my friend took me to china wall last week and I got to say I can't believe I never ate there before! It was quiet, but wasn't uncomfortable quiet enviroment and the food there is one of the best places of been to. I'm going back next week!
04/22/11Provided by Citysearch
Hi, I'm Jan W. passing through Round Rock Texas on a tour bus of 25 people from Beijing China. We all got hungry and were lucky enough to find China Wall Restaurant by entering the Hester Crossings (#251) exit. We're on a great tour coming from Dallas heading toward Austin downtown. We had stop at China Wall Restaurant in Round Rock TX. for our lunch break. We just have to tell you that China Wall Chinese food are so delicious and really tasty comparable to our Beijing China Chinese food. We ordered many large special main entree dishes for 25 people to eat. The prices are also good and affordable. What really amazed us is that all of the entree that we ordered was professionally served in time. ""So we're so hungry and spoiled"". The food came out steaming hot and tasted so delicious. Our favorites were Crispy duck, General Tso chicken, Ma la duck, Sauteed Green Bean, Combo Fry Rice, Combo Lomein, Seafood Emperor, Mongolian Beef, and Steamed Tilapia fish with garlic sauce. As a child, I always wish one day I will come to the USA to get my very own opinion out to the American's public since it a free country. Oh well I can go on talking about China Wall food but I have to go now. To make a long story short, China Wall Restaurant food are quality food, tasty food, beautiful cleaned place, and the best friendly services comparing to all the places that we have been on our tour going through Texas. We're so glad that we found a great place to eat. Bye Now and we LOVE YA ALL...TEXAN!
02/03/11Provided by Citysearch
The reviews posted accurately reflect this restaurant's split personality.
FOOD- depends on who is in the kitchen; I can tell you this its one person because if lunch is good - dont try dinner! and vice versa!
SERVICE: Waitresses act as if they are doing you a favor! so my tips reflect this. It might help to keep them in the checkout transaction and the attitude and tips might both improve.
MANAGEMENT - they are rude. They just dont seem to recognize people - I guess this is what happens when you ACT like a peple person instead of being one. Dont expect any special treatment on an issue because YOU think you are a regular. They used to have the BEST hot mustard! Now I have to beg and plead for it - they are pusing that stale tasting sweet and sour stuff!
They also have lots of cost saving/recession shaving processes: Get soup to go..get half a bowl if things are tight. And it seems the eggrolls may have been left by the last customer or are they really that bad!?
I will go eat lunch there and if its good I might be able to enjoy it for a couple of weeks before they crash (the good cook takes vacation or something)...I give them a few months and check again until he is back.
They dont understand the consequences of inconsistency with products and atomophere. I would say 2.5 out of 5
07/09/10Provided by Citysearch
I was picking up food that I ordered. I was charged 48.97 for only three dishes with fried wontons and four eggs rolls. I did not pick up the order. I called back to see why it was so expensive. Frist, i was put on hold. Then when I asked the prices before taxes. I was told in a snotty manner to go to the website. I checked the prices on the website. I added everything there was no way that I got up to 48.97. I even tried for the dinners specials. I called back again. The Manager answered and put me on hold again. I had to drive down to the place. When i was still telling her that I was overcharged. She was arguing the it was correct. We finally she acted surprised when I said the amount to her. She thought I was saying $38.97. Then she was sorry about me being over charged. The only problem is that I have been a customer for 10 plus years. i could not believe that she treated me so crappy. I have no reason to lie about the pricing. She would not even help me over the phone. She said it was busy in there. That why there was a mistake. When I went to the place there was no one in there. Plus, when the food was picked up by another person it was not even busy then. Well, CHINA WALL.... YOU LOSE A CUSTOMER THAT HAD BEEN WITH YOU 10 PLUS YEARS. SHAME ON YOU!!!!!
09/01/08Provided by Citysearch
We like chinese food a lot. We have only been in the area for about a year and are still trying to find that chinese food restaurant we love. We decided to eat here because I had read good reviews. We were so disappointed. We pretty much always get the same things, regardless of where we go. In a way, this makes us kind of experts (at least for the things we like). The standard dishes that we order are General Tso's chicken, a beef dish like Szechuan), steamed dumplings, vegetable lomein, homestyle bean curd, egg drop soup, and steamed rice. The meat dishes were okay. The steamed dumplings were the worst my husband had ever had. None of the dishes really had vegetables in them except a little bit in the vegetable lomein. We spent $47 and not only didn't enjoy it, but didn't have leftovers like we would at other restaurants. I know some people seem to like this place, so don't just take our word, but we won't eat here again. Hunan ranch has been our favorite in Round Rock so far.
12/12/05Provided by Citysearch
This by far the best Chinese restaurant in the Austin/Round Rock area. It's hard to find but well worth it. It' s clean with a nice fung sheui friendly atomosphere. The bathroom is a bit dated but I don't go there for the bathroom I go there for their exceptional food and over the top service. I have had them host several work parties for me and have not been let down yet. Their Manager Dana is also good at meeting any special needs. If I had to sum it up in one sentence I'd say, ""China Wall is a 5 star restaurant without the 5 star price"".
- General Info
- Specialties *Three Delight: A combination of beef, chicken, and shrimp sauteed with mixed vegetables in a brown sauce. *Mongolian Beef: Choice strips of tender beef marinated and sauteed in the Chef's special Mongolian sauce and served on a bed of cabbage. *Chef's Special Beef: Tender slices of beef lightly fried and sauteed in an orange flavored hot sauce. *Shrimp with Walnuts: Large shrimps battered and fried to a golden brown are cooked with snow peas, onions, and carrots in a sweet tangy red sauce. *Golden Gate Shrimp: A specialty of Chinatown in San Francisco brought to you by our chef in his travels. Tasty shrimps stir fried in a creamy white sauce and garnished with honey crispy walnuts. *Sa Chia Shrimp: Shrimp, baby corn, and fresh mushroom prepared in a spicy Chinese Sa Chia sauce. *Thai Pepper Basil Shrimp: A hot and spicy shrimp dish prepared with fresh mushrooms, basil leaves, baby corns, jalapeno, and garlic in a zesty brown sauce. *Beef & Scallop in O yster Sauce: A combination of beef and sea scallops stir fried with snow peas and scallions and served on a sizzling hot platter. *Neptune's Platter: A seafood symphony of fresh shrimps, scallops, and sea leg stir fried with assorted vegetables in a creamy white sauce and served on a sizzling platter. *Crispy Duck Szechuan Style: Boneless duck meat lightly battered and cooked with vegetables in a spicy brown sauce.
- Regular Hours
Mon - Thu: Fri: Sat: Sun:
- Take Out Restaurants, Asian Restaurants, Banquet Halls & Reception Facilities, Chinese Restaurants, Party Planning, Restaurant Delivery Service, Restaurants
- *Ma La Duck: Sliced Duck Sauteed with Baby Corn, Bell Pepper and Black Mushroom in a Spicy Jalapeno Brown Sauce. *Seafood Emperor: A Feast Fit for An Emperor with Calamaris, Scallops, Shrimps, and Sea Leg Stir Fried with Tender Baby Corns, Snow Peas, Mushrooms, Carrots, and Scallions in a Chili Soy Bean Sauce. *Shrimp Duet: A Harmonious Combination of Shrimps Prepared in a Hot Garlic Sauce and a Delicate Wine Sauce Served on a Bed of Broccoli. *Blackened Steak Cube: Cubed Steak Marinated in a Black Pepper Sauce, Sauteed with Onions and Served with Garnish. *Shrimp & Beef in Black Bean Sauce: A Perfect Combination of Beef and Shrimp Prepared with Snow Peas, Broccoli, Bamboo Shoots, and Mushrooms in a Black Bean Sauce. Beverages *Iced or Hot Tea Soft Drinks (Free Refills for Dine-In Only) *Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Dr. Pepper, Lemonade Italian Soda *Strawberry, Cherry, Blueberry, Raspberry, Peach *Coffee *Orange or Pineapple Juice *Domestic Beer *Imported Beer
- Price Range
- Hesters Crossing Shopping Center
- Other Information
Parking: Lot, Self, Free
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Asian, Delivery, Take Out, Chinese
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Bike Parking: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
Pets Allowed: No