Lee's China Inn is great every time we visit. Fast service, friendly staff, and good food and reasonable prices.
I've been going to Lee's China Inn for more than 20 years. Mr. Lee is a very nice fellow. The food is OK. Not great but OK. The menu has not changed other than the prices. You have to ask the staff about what vegetables, etc comes with each dish as it is not written on the menu. Hot or... 更多
While Lee's is very simple inside, the menu is large and the food is good. The prices are very reasonable, too. They offer all of the "standard" dishes and a number of unique dishes packed full of flavor. The "chips" and sauce they give you are amazing, too! If you're heading through Crockett and looking for a different place to... 更多
Robert Lee and his efficient staff serve up excellent food at reasonable prices. No buffet here; order from the menu. The food is consistent. I have been there numerous times and have yet to be disappointed. This restaurant has been in business for over 20 years and still draws a crowd.
Went once..never again. Although I have to give credit to the cook, the food was good but the atmosphere was terrible there were cockroaches scurrying around. Not a place I would want to dine in.
The prices are very reasonable and they welcome you to place a half order if you wish. The food is fresh and tasty. I like the Garlic Shrimp, Broccoli Shrimp, Cashew Chicken and the soups. You can order a medium or large bowl of soup and choose to go meatless or just add the meat you want. I usually add... 更多
This place is the best Chinese food that can be found. My staff eats from here all the time. I am not a big fan but am always glad to go eat here.
Not much to say about Lee’s except the service was good and food was average. Prices are more than fair with almost everything on the menu available as a half size order (which was plenty for me). I much prefer ordering rather than the typical Chinese Café buffet. Overall impression was just average, not outstanding but OK.
This is definitely homestyle in a lowly sense. The food was bland to begin with and did not seem to combine ingredients one would expect together in Asian foods. Egg rolls were greasy, and the downtown location was dingy, as well as having mixed kitchen chairs right out of the 1950's.