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Posted by Anonymous on 08/13/2007
The food is so so. Surprisingly, the decor is better than expected. There was a decent amount of people eating there while I was waiting for a table. And people were coming and going while I was eating. So it can't be so bad if people are coming in, right? For sure, there are better Shanghai restaurants in Chinatown and elsewhere.
Posted by noodle connoiseur on 06/19/2007
what's wrong with the chef?
Posted by Anonymous on 03/29/2007
I get take out from evergreen - at first i thought it was very good and a good value, but the last 2 times the portions have been half the normal size. i'm giving them one more try and then going someplace else.
Posted by HLYen on 12/27/2006
Ignore the typical American Chinese dishes and ignore the bad reviews, because Evergreen offers a great selection of authentic Shanghai cooking. The Pork Shoulder, Braised Lion's Head, and Steamed Juicy Buns are delicious and similar in quality to great Chinatown Shanghai restaurants. The service was friendly and efficient. Remember, just say no to Sweet and Sour...
Posted by Dean Diefendorf on 12/15/2006
The food is very good and consistent - not oily like many Chinese restaurants. Been there only for lunch and the service is very fast. Great value for your money.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/30/2006
I ordered takeout from here, and the food was quite poor. the general tso's was sweet when i asked for spicy, and even then it was quite bland. portions were not very generous either.
Posted by Queen B on 03/17/2006
I have been going to Evergreen for the last 7 years. The food has always been delicious and plentiful. The atmosphere is relaxing and warm. The best part of every visit there was having the host greet my co-workers and me at the door and take care of our every need. He knows all his customers by name and is so welcoming that you have to keep coming back. I should add that he makes a mean margarita as well!