- Aug 24, 2004
- Long Island, New York, USA
I have at home the ones from Benihana, and we use them with asian food. There is a difference in chopsticks!
I'll have to ask. Maybe our Chinese places have them and I just don't know about it. Absolutely no Chinese people eat at them though (other than the people who run them--the only Chinese people around here appear to run restaurants), so I guess they figure no one will want to use chopsticks. None of the Chinese restaurants in the area are very good. The Japanese restaurant near us is WONDERFUL!Psiguyy said:Barbara, I feel for you. One thing I've learned about eating in Chinese restaurants all over the country is that the best food is found at restaurants where the table is set with chopsticks and the only way you can get a fork is if you beg for one.
-DEADLY SUSHI- said:Thanks for the illustration Chopstix! Youre the perfect person for this topic.
I love Kung Pao, and General Tso's chicken!!!!.. I love spring rolls, and eggrolls made with pork or shrimp..I also love wonton soup.. I could go on forever too.. I also love Moo Goo Gai Pan.SierraCook said:I use chopsticks at one of my favorite Korean restaurants, but I hardly ever use them at home. I love all kinds of Asian food. My favorites are bulgogi, kung pao chicken, general's chicken, wonton soup, spring rolls, etc. I could go on for forever!!
yummay! I like pepper steak with onions too... ummm.. jumbo shrimp with lobster sauce.. Szechuan chicken/beef... Szechuan shredded beef with curry sauce... etc.. etc .. etcSierraCook said:I forgot Mu Shu Pork with plum sauce. I love the light pancakes. YUM!!