Chen's Village is a Chinese restaurant located in Seattle, Washington. The restaurant has party platters available and allows diners to order online for delivery and pickup. Chen's Village serves lunch and dinner and has chef specials that will delight the taste buds.
Some of the dishes served in Chen's Village are seafood sizzling rice soup, pot stickers or steamed dumplings, deep fried prawns, crab Rangoon, moo shu pork, sliced pork Hunan sauce, moo goo gai pan, Mandarin chicken wings, sliced chicken with black bean, sliced beef with oyster sauce, beef teriyaki, prawns with snow peas, broccoli with hot garlic, salt and pepper tofu, happy family, crispy duck, Singapore noodle and a variety of family style dinners.
I had the General Tao's chicken and loved it. This place is run by a family which made the experience fun. Will definitely return.
The worst looking interior to a restaurant I have ever seen, and the food was lousy too.
After so many great reviews for this place, we were extremely disappointed that this place did not measure up to what we thought. Everyone kept talking about how great their Salt and Pepper Wings were, but when we received our order it was literally a plate of really greasy wings. Their hot and sour soup was really disgusting. We ordered the Dinner for Two which came with more greasy sweet and sour chicken (that tasted like msg) and beef broccoli that was sweating in grease. Not to mention that the atmosphere felt like we were in someone's dirty old living room. One part of the restaurant had a computer desk in the middle with someone's dog underneath it (a major health code violation). Trust me, avoid this place.
The place doesn't look like much, but they have it where it counts; the food! The prices are very reasonable and it's not very crowded which is odd because the food is great!