the fried rice I could make at home, and the wonton soup has barely any wontons in it, more vegetanles than anything. The singapore noodles are great though, and the service is wonderful. Even the bussers pamper you and so does the take out. Nice prices too!
Finally some good chinese food!!!.
I am not really a huge chinese food fan, but mostly because i don't think i've ever had good chinese in tucson........finally my boyfriend took me to Panda village and for the first time since living in Tucson (9 years!) i liked my food and didn't feel sick afterwards. I can't remember the name of the dish i got, but it was served in a bowl made of baked noodles, with beef, chicken, shrimp, crab, vegetables and i don't know what else inside it. It was delicious and i actually even ate the leftovers the next day. I have never even considered doing that with any other chinese food. They had the most amazing eggrolls and fried wontons that i have had, and they claim that all of their appetizers are homeade. I definitely believe it. Great prices and a fair selection of wine and beer. I will definitely go back when i am in the mood for chinese. Only thing i will do next time is bring a baseball cap to wear, this may sound weird, but the lighting is horrible. there are booths in the restaurant with one hanging lamp in the middle, hanging down to where the lightbulb shines right in your face when you try to look across at the person sitting next to you. It was really annoying and not just for me, a 5'4" girl, but it was also shining in my 6'2" boyfriend's eyes. So, we both ended up shielding our eyes the whole time.........