China Village Review

Sometimes it can be hard to find good Chinese food, and China Village off State College Boulevard seems to be a well kept secret. This small restaurant’s owners personally provide table service and they cook the food fresh without using MSG (upon request). Nothing is served from a heat tray!

China Village’s egg drop soup is a satisfying appetizer. The eggs mix to thicken the broth and form thin sheets of egg whites. The soup is naturally sweetened by adding corn. If that’s not your thing, then go with something conventional like their eggrolls. They’re similar to spring rolls, but they add pork, and fry them till the rolls are light and flakey.

Even though it’s easy to simply try the orange chicken, or the beef and broccoli, we wanted to be a little adventurous. With that said, their curry beef is not as hot in flavor as we expected. However, the curry still complimented the thin strips of seasoned beef and grilled vegetables mixed on a bed of white rice. As if that weren’t enough food, we ended up splitting an order of chicken lo-mein, but it was nothing to regret. My only regret is letting my dad keep the leftovers.

China Village
341 S State College Blvd
Fullerton, CA 92831

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