Enjoy Chinese fare at M.Y. China in the Graton Resort & Casino. Its contemporary setting has two stories for dining with the second floor featuring a beautiful dragon mural on the wall. Owner and Chef Martin Yan has offers flavorful cuisine for guests to try along with the skillful presentation of Tony Wu, who's a master noodle puller that can be seen in M.Y. China's expo kitchen. A delicious appetizer of wild boar tacos with cabbage and eggs, chicken wings or tea-smoked pork belly sliders will please the taste buds. Guests can dine on an entrée of dim sum with a choice of filled dumplings, wok-seared lobster, roasted Peking duck or Beijing knife-cut noodles with a spicy bean sauce.
M.Y. China has reviews in the SFGate and Chowhound. This restaurant has a full bar that offers a variety of drinks, including wine and cocktails.
What a great find inside Graton Casino post Christmas. My mom wanted to get out of the house after Christmas, she was bored. I found the perfect balance to our evening by checking out M.Y. Noodles' happy hour. I was ecstatic to find out they offered HH daily from 3-7pm! I was even happier to find out kids can sit at the bar (aka family bar). It was a win-win for us. We ordered everything on the HH bites, except their xiao long baos were out that evening.
My son enjoyed their $10.88 deals of certain entrees and ordered the pork chop over rice, which could have been served warmer. It was still savory. There's something for everyone. Great deal on wines & cocktails during HH. The hostess, bartender, and the entire staff at M.Y. Noodles were friendly and hospitable. I will definitely return in the near future.
Yummy, fun place to go for a special occasion or just a nice out! Lots to look at and the food was ver good and presented very well! Our server was very knowledgeable and very nice! We will defiantly be retuning!
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This was our second visit here, this time for my mother's 89th birthday. The food was good and the quantity was more than adequate, there was even enough to take home. The service, however, was less than stellar. We had a reservation and I went to the host to let them know we were there, someone cleared a table and then they took another group (without a reservation) and sat them at our table thinking they were us. What?!! They offered us a booth, but my boyfriend won't fit in a booth and I specifically requested a table in my Open Table reservation. Then they offered to pull the table out, seat him and then push the table back in, like a trapped customer? It was absurd! We refused and someone found another table for us, seated us, and offered us dessert on the house because of the mix up. When dessert time came, the wait person said that only my mother got dessert on the house and that was because of her birthday. I had just eaten there for *my* birthday a couple weeks before and didn't get free dessert, so that seemed bogus, too.
Overview: Our server (Rica?) was great, the food was good, price about the same as the other restaurants at the Graton casino, the noise level perhaps a little louder than the other restaurants. The general seating mix up was inexcusable, I didn't like making my 89 year old mother stand around and then drag her around the restaurant looking at tables when we had a reservation. Very poor front-of-the-house communication. Probably won't be back.
Food no taste the cook need more practice and the food is over priced
I was there last week and it was v. good indeed. Saturday night, not so good. Poor check in, terrific waitress! Soup was tasty but cold, pork overcooked and wasabi shrimp oozing mayonnaise. Maybe it's just too busy on the weekend? I trust the one in the city more.
My SO and I came here for my birthday because it was the only restaurant in the Graton Casino that we hadn't tried yet. We had heard from friends that the food was good, but the portions were small and expensive. Since the birthdays are our only yearly splurge, we went all out and ordered something from practically every section to insure that we would have enough to eat. We were expecting "dim sum" sized portions and were shocked at the huge amount of food that started coming to the table! It was all delicious; not conventional, but exciting flavor combinations and very artistic presentations. We ended up taking *at least* half of every dish home and decided that we could have ordered about a quarter of the number of dishes, been satisfied and spent a reasonable amount of money. Our server (Chris?) was great; very attentive without being intrusive and prompt responses to requests. We ate early on a weekday, so the restaurant was quiet with amazingly little noise from the casino. There are still dishes that we want to try so we will definitely be back soon!
The food and ambience were great, but the service definitely needs improvement. Although our server was very nice, she nor anyone ever came around to check on us after our food arrived. Our drinks were empty, and even though the food was good, I was a server for 5 years and always expect someone to at least come around once to see how everything is, especially for drinks where they have the opportunity to increase their sales, but no one came around to check on anything once after the meal was delivered. We waited a long time for our plates to be cleared as well, and we never saw our server but saw all the other workers hanging around the host stand talking the whole time. All in all, the food was good and I loved the ambience and decor, but you should never have to get up out of your seat more than once to ask someone for service.
I have been here many times.This time was a disaster.My friend could not get a bloody mary because there was no tomato juice.Then I noticed the things I order were not on the menu.I asked the server if they could make them anyway and he said no.I ordered fish with black bean sauce.I am not sure it was fish.It was like pieces of lard..Could not eat it.The har gow was great..Not sure i'll go again.The bill was $90. It should have been perfect.Before this, I ate there once a week.
Feels like pretty basic Chinese food to me. I went there a couple of times when it was still called M.Y. China and now that it's M.Y. Noodles, I think it has taken a step down. It used to be a little more upscale, but now feels pretty ordinary.
My biggest complaint is that everything seems so unhealthy. Most of the main entrees are just meat and maybe some onions. Almost no vegetables to be had anywhere on the menu. And everything is fried or sauteed in heavy amounts of oil. I realize that might be traditional Chinese cooking, but I wish they would offer some lighter/healthier dishes that modern people sometimes want.
I also don't care for the fact that dishes are "family style." When will restaurants realize that a lot of people don't like that. Sharing makes ordering complicated and then there's always that tension around who ate too much of one dish, who hogged all the food, etc. Makes for a stressful meal. I much prefer each person order their own entree. Are you listening, restaurants? People don't like family style -- this is a fad that needs to go away!