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Port Royal, SC

mizu japanese restaurant-- top 100 asian restaurants

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that Mizu Japanese Restaurant located in Port Royal, SC, was named as one of the Top 100 Asian Restaurants (Dining Excellence). The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Asian cuisine. An unpretentious eatery nestled in suburban Port Royal, South Carolina, Mizu Japanese Restaurant has been wowing the neighborhood with its extensive collection of delicious offerings since opening in 2009. Diners are invited to share a bounty of delectable sushi and sashimi which channel the chef’s passion and inspiration from the kitchen to each table. Featuring a large selection of sushi and sashimi creations, the restaurant also provides hibachi, and some Chinese and Thai dishes for good measure. Making full use of various ingredients, Mr. Chen has an almost endless amount of tricks up his sleeve which culminate in amazing creations, such as Lobster Cha Cha, Pink Panda, and Filet Mignon Teriyaki. Aside from those wonderful choices, a bevy of Japanese sake is provided to go with the delicate dishes. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 Award Competition has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. Mizu Japanese Restaurant is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 22, 2012 | post #1)

Hyde-Park, MA

talk & wok cafÉ---top 100 takeouts

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that Talk & Wok Café located in Hyde Park, MA was named as one of the Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the category of Top 100 Takeouts. The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Asian cuisine. A takeout eatery featuring American style Chinese cuisine, Talk & Wok Café has been catering to local residents and travelers for years. It now boasts an even larger legion of fans who have come to prefer the restaurant over its competitors due to its speedy service and clean dining environment. Talk & Wok dazzles with its far ranging menu, and the dexterous chef has the knack to turn the ordinary dishes into flavorful culinary renditions that delight even the most demanding foodies. Owner Yun Chuen Wang is dedicated to providing traditional Chinese cooking, using the freshest ingredients while maintaining the highest standard of quality and service. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 Awards Competition has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. Talk & Wok Café is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture. To qualify for an award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 22, 2012 | post #1)

Kenosha, WI

chen’s bistro--top 100 overall excellence

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that Chen’s Bistro located in Kenosha, WI, was named as one of the Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the category of Overall Excellence. The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Chinese cuisine. Located near the ocean, Chen’s Bistro is as impressive as its surroundings. Featuring Chinese paintings on the wall and a fish tank near the counter, the interior emanates a cool vibe starting from the captivating table tops that introduce customers to Chinese art. A place for smiles and great food, Chen’s Bistro draws customers in with its delicious culinary creations and keeps them with its friendly service. Excelling in both dine-in and take-out, Chen’s has accumulated a legion of loyal customers. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 Awards Competition has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. Chen’s Bistro is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 22, 2012 | post #1)

Abilene, TX

china star--top 100 buffet

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that China Star located in Abilene, TX, was named as one of the Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the category of Overall Excellence. The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Chinese cuisine. China Star offers a mouthwatering buffet with a take-out option. The buffet bars are well-stocked with anything from General Tso's Chicken to seafood, sushi, and desserts. The dishes cover Szechuan, Hunan, Shanghai, Zhejiang and Cantonese cuisine, ensuring diners can choose from a huge variety of options. Almost 100 delicious items are served on the buffet bars every day. To better satisfy the needs of vegetarians, vegetarian fare is also offered, such as Green Bean, Vegetable Delight, and Lo Mein. It is no exaggeration to say that the dishes served at China Star are healthy and nutritious. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 Awards Competition has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. China Star is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 22, 2012 | post #1)

Bowie, MD

EAST MOON ASIAN BISTRO--Top 100 Overall Excellence

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that East Moon Asian Bistro located in Bowie, MD, was named as one of the Top 100 Chinese restaurants in the category of Top 100 Overall Excellence. The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Asian cuisine. Nestled in Bowie, Maryland, East Moon Asian Bistro has enhanced the dining options for local diners. Here, people can enjoy a variety of palatable Asian fusion dishes from Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Vietnamese cuisine. This restaurant is a popular venue among residents of Bowie and other Maryland areas. Besides a large selection of tasty food, the modern and polished décor helps create a quiet and cozy environment, which completes the wonderful dining experience. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 Award Competition has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. East Moon Asian Bistro is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Asian culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 22, 2012 | post #1)

Fort Collins, CO

EAST MOON ASIAN BISTRO--Top 100 Asian Restaurant

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that East Moon Asian Bistro & Hibachi located in Fort Collins, CO, was named as one of the Top 100 Chinese restaurants in the category of Top 100 Asian Restaurants (Dining Excellence). The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Asian cuisine. Opened in 2008, East Moon Asian Bistro & Hibachi instantly became one of the most popular restaurants in Fort Collins, Colorado. The spacious 6,000 square feet dining area is able to seat up to 225 customers. At East Moon, a fusion of authentic Asian cuisines is served, including Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Thai cuisines. On the menu, you can see many familiar dishes, but when they are served, you may find the dish is different from the versions you are familiar with. To make their dining experience a more enjoyable one, customers are encouraged to watch the hibachi show. Besides, the beverage selection with its wide variety of drinks has something for everyone. You will never know how tasty the food is unless you come and have a taste. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 Award Competition has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. East Moon Asian Bistro & Hibachi is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Asian culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 22, 2012 | post #1)

Valdosta, GA

beijing cafe--top 100 overall excellence winner

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that Beijing Cafe located in Valdosta, GA, was named as one of the Top 100 Chinese restaurants in the category of Overall Excellence. The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Chinese cuisine. Opened in a bustling area of Valdosta, Virginia, Beijing Café has been serving the community for around five years, with its tasty food and considerable service. Owner John Lin tries to cater to customers’ needs while maintaining his own viewpoints on Chinese style cooking. The dishes finely embody his takes on creative Chinese cuisine. Fusing Asian elements as Japanese and Thai, and American culture together, Mr. Lin always comes up with exciting inspirations and has the knack to turn the ordinary dishes into extraordinary creations. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. Beijing Cafe is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net  (Mar 22, 2012 | post #1)

Lubbock, TX

hayashi japanese restaurant --a must try for foodies

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that Hayashi Japanese Restaurant located in Lubbock, TX, was named as one of the Top 100 Asian Restaurants (Dining Excellence). The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Asian cuisine. The establishment of Hayashi Japanese Restaurant in 2009 was an event in and of itself. The tasty Japanese dishes and exquisite sushi have become a must-try for both residents and those visiting alike. Owner Andy Liu tries to deliver an exciting dining experience for their valued customers by providing a plethora of tasty sushi, hibachi dishes in the relaxing atmosphere. The West Texas Roll, is quite a novelty for many customers, and even hardcore fans of Japanese cuisine and sushi. The wrap is specially made from soybean, instead of the normal purple seaweed wrap. Apart from the ever popular sushi, the hibachi and teriyaki are also well-received. One of the dishes is called Sea & Land which is made of shrimp, chicken, and filet, which together are a perfect combo, resulting in the distinctive flavor of this particular dish. If you are seeking healthy food, look no further than Hayashi Japanese Restaurant. They offer gluten-free food, which caters to current dining trends. But even then, the prices on the menu are quite reasonable. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 Award Competition has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. Hayashi Japanese Restaurant is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 21, 2012 | post #1)

Portland, OR

sushi sakura--seafood beats everything

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that Sushi Sakura located in Portland, OR, was named as one of the Top 100 Asian Restaurants (Dining Excellence). The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Asian cuisine. Located in downtown Portland, Oregon, Sushi Sakura welcomes an endless stream of people every day. The restaurant is decorated in a way that deftly showcases Japanese culture. Going the extra mile with its service, the eatery’s kimono wearing wait staff always make sure to greet everyone who stops by for a meal. Boasting a sushi conveyer belt like many restaurants in Japan, the restaurant is appealing to passers-by who often see people sitting at the sushi counter mesmerized at the exquisite sushi creations chugging by. Keeping the idea of “seafood beats everything” in mind, owner Xujian Lu devotes a lot of energy into the seafood items on the menu believing that superior quality in this domain will take the restaurant far in terms of accolades and increased business. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 Award Competition has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. Sushi Sakura is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 21, 2012 | post #1)

Fair Oaks, CA

szechuan garden named top 100 overall excellence winner

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that Szechuan Garden located in Fair Oaks, California was named as one of the Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the category of Top 100 Overall Excellence. The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Asian cuisine. A typical Chinese restaurant Szechuan Garden mainly serves Americanized Chinese food with influences from Szechuan and Hunan origins, and has created a menu that is tempting to the casual diners and satisfies even the most demanding foodies. The encyclopedia-like menu lists more than one hundred menu items. Out of all these delicacies, General Tso’s Chicken, Orange Chicken and Beef w. Broccoli receive the loudest applause. The special homemade sauces make these typical Chinese dishes quite amazing. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 Awards Competition has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. Szechuan Garden is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 21, 2012 | post #1)

Portland, OR

frank’s noodle house named top 100 overall excellence winner

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that Frank’s Noodle House located in Portland, OR was named as one of the Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the category of Top 100 Overall Excellence. The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Asian cuisine. Established in August, 2010, Frank’s Noodle House has become one of locals’ favorite dining destinations, with its wheat-based food, including handmade dumplings and noodles in particular. Owner and chef Frank Fang insists using the freshest ingredients and treating the dishes in traditional Chinese style while with a special twist. The restaurant easily attracts diner with cravings for exotic flavors. Although it takes more than delicious offerings to gain returned customers, Frank’s Noodle House is well on its way. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 Awards Competition has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. Frank’s Noodle House is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 21, 2012 | post #1)

Manteca, CA

hong kong restaurant named top 100 overall excellence winner

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that Hong Kong Restaurant located in Manteca, CA, was named as one of the Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the category of Overall Excellence. The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Chinese cuisine. Since its opening in 1991, Hong Kong Restaurant has been spreading the knowledge of traditional Chinese culture to Manteca residents and tourists. The restaurant serves a combination of Cantonese, Hunan and Szechuan cuisine and provides a relaxing atmosphere for anyone walking through the doors. The 3,000 square foot restaurant can seat up to 80 people. The dining room is always kept impeccably spotless to further emphasize a comfortable atmosphere. The menu offers an array of options with more than 100 dishes available. The most popular dishes are the Beef with Broccoli, and Sweet & Sour Chicken. No matter whether raw or cooked, the food at Hong Kong Restaurant is always fresh. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. Hong Kong Restaurant is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 21, 2012 | post #1)

Middletown, RI

ming moon chinese restaurant

Newark, Calif. (January 10, 2012)– Chinese Restaurant News announced that Ming Moon Chinese Restaurant, located in Middletown,RI, was named as one of the Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the category of Healthy Menus. The announcement was made at the 8th Annual Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA Awards Show held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Organized by Chinese Restaurant News and Chinese Restaurant Foundation, this national event aspires to set the standard for excellence, aiming to present the very best of Chinese cuisine. Ming Moon Chinese Restaurant, as a restaurant that handles both dine-in and take-out services, was established in 1992 in Middletown, Rhode Island. Various branches of Chinese cuisines are embraced in Ming Moon’s kitchen, namely Szechuan, Cantonese, Hunan and Peking cuisine. Always looking out for the health of their customers, the chefs prepare healthy and nutritious dishes such as Vegetarian Delight, Cloud around the Moon, American Buddhist Delight, and more. As a supplement to the amazing dishes, the service makes the dining experience of customers a more enjoyable one. The intimate ambience, together with the excellent food and service will never disappoint customers. Celebrating its 8th year, Top 100 has made great strides in helping to raise standards around the industry so that restaurants can better help spread Chinese culinary culture around plate. Ming Moon Chinese Restaurant is an extraordinary example of one restaurant that has been quite successful at providing a great dining experience to those curious about Chinese culture. To qualify for an Award, restaurants must receive positive industry or customer recognition and must be in business a minimum of two years, except for those qualifying in the Top Rising Star category. Restaurant menus also must consist of at least 50 percent Chinese cuisine, except for those qualifying in the Asian Restaurants category. The final results are tabulated with Mystery Diner's scores from an independent third party and direct votes from the public at large. The Top100 competition is open to all Chinese restaurants in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and U.K. Participating restaurants include newly established restaurants, seasoned restaurants, chain restaurants and past award-winners. A comprehensive list of all the winners can be found at http://www.top100c hineserestaurants. com. About Chinese Restaurant News Chinese Restaurant News (www.c-r-n.com) was founded in 1995 to inform the Chinese speaking owners and operators of over 46,756 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. of industry news and trends. CRN is published by parent company, Smart Business Services, Inc., a global media company that represents the Chinese-American community and business people involved with U.S.-China trade. (www.s-b-s.net).  (Mar 21, 2012 | post #1)