Chinese Village

Chinese Village For almost 30 years Dean and Won Lock have been serving their neighbors and friends of Grays Harbor a delicious combination of Chinese and American dishes.

Chinese Village is a favorite stopping place as well for those traveling from out of town but who are looking for excellent cuisine priced right and at a convenient location. We offer a full menu of both Chinese and American dishes to please young and old alike! Bring the family or come alone. You'll enjoy excellent menu choices including: • Cashew Din & Kung-Pao • Pan fried noodles • Almond or lemon chicken. • Cold or hot beef sandwiches • Hamburgers • Steaks & Seafood • Daily lunch specials You can also order from our family-style and combination menu. Soft drinks, beer and wine are available. Stop in today! You'll love the quick and friendly service at the Chinese Village. We are conveniently located in Aberdeen, on the main drag between Aberdeen and Hoquiam, at 2409 Simpson Ave. Call today for information or take-out orders.

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Children’s menus begin to appear in restaurants in the 1930s and were copied from dining cars on trains. Even though they listed foods geared toward children, their primary purpose was to entertain and keep them occupied.


Can you list a few other names of Americans’ favorite submarine sandwich? Well, they are also known as a sub, hero, spukie, wedge, hoagie, and grinder, depending on the region.


Have you ever wondered why shrimp are sometimes called prawns, and vice-versa? Well, there actually is a difference, even though they are from the same family. The difference is in their gill configuration and the way they brood their eggs.


Restaurant dining need not be a diet buster. If you order a la carte, set a limit on how much you will eat, and stop when you are full (take what is left over home for another meal).


Choices for condiments that accompany French fries vary around the world. In France, mayo is preferred. In England, malt vinegar reigns, while the U.S. prefers catsup. In Belgium (the nation that consumes the most fries), the preference is for an egg placed on top of a hot pile of fries. The egg is cooked, but the yolk remains soft for dipping.


What was your favorite thing that your grandmother used to make for you? We thought so. You will find items on our menu that, while maybe not quite as good as grandma’s, are the next best thing.


Sadly, the great American dessert, apple pie, did not originate in the USA, like baseball and hot dogs did (maybe). There are extant recipes for apple pie dating all the way back to the 1300s.


Delia Smith, an English cook, once said, “Food is for eating, and good food is to be enjoyed… I think food is, actually, very beautiful in itself.”


According to records, lobster was once so abundant it was considered food for the poor. Children who were given lobster to take to school for lunch were often made fun of by their classmates who were better off. Times have certainly changed,haven't they.


It has been found that the average American spends $2505 eating out. In fact, almost 50% of Americans admit that they hate to cook. If you also don’t like cooking, just come to our restaurant to enjoy appetizing meals.


Do you know that around 2000 varieties of cheese are available all over the world? Mozzarella cheese, however, is the most preferred one, followed by cheddar.


Balancing lunch and work can be difficult, and many are tempted to stay at their desks to partake of their noonday fare. However, multiple studies have shown that taking the time to leave your workspace and head to an eatery for lunch not only improves productivity, it makes for a more enjoyable workday.


The popular mac & cheese is truly loved by all! Do you know that July 14 has been branded as "National Macaroni and Cheese Day in the United States?


Anthony Bourdain once said: “I’ve long believed that good food, good eating is all about risk. Whether we’re talking about unpasteurized Stilton, raw oysters or working for organized crime “associates,” food, for me, has always been an adventure.”


The Americans’ favorite peanut butter and jelly sandwiches had a very wealthy reputation in the earlier times - they were originally considered elite delicacies, only enjoyed by the upper classes.


Want to know how much Americans love sandwiches? Well, statistics have revealed that Americans eat approximately 300 million sandwiches every day. On average, this estimate comes to about one sandwich a day for every American.


Well, who can imagine burgers and pizzas without cheese! Do you know that cheese is known to have originated as early as 3000 BC? During that period, it was prepared using milk from only goats and cows.


Next time you order the roast beef in a restaurant, remember the history behind this classic. Roast beef was served in British homes as the main meal, generally on Sundays after church and shared by all generations.


Fine dining was invented when Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette lost their monarchy during the French Revolution. The jobless chefs, once employed by noble households, decided to open up their own establishments and offer fixed price meals to the masses.


A beautiful quote by Alan D. Wolfelt, a musical artist: “Food is symbolic of love when words are inadequate.” Want to rekindle your relationship with your partner? Plan a romantic dinner at our restaurant.


A nice quote by Guy Fieri: “Cooking is all about people. Food is maybe the only universal thing that really has the power to bring everyone together. No matter what culture, everywhere around the world, people get together to eat.”


Have you ever wondered about the history of hamburger? This most-loved sandwich is believed to be created in New Haven, Connecticut by Louis Lassen in 1900. Louis Lassen was a blacksmith who immigrated to New Haven from Denmark in 1886.


If you're ordering a traditional British roast beef dinner, be sure to request Yorkshire pudding, an English dish with batter consisting of eggs, flour and milk or water. This versatile dish can be enjoyed in numerous ways, including as leftovers.


M.F.K. Fisher, an American writer, has rightly said, “Wine and cheese are ageless companions, like aspirin and aches, or June and moon, or good people and noble ventures.”


Want to celebrate a close-knit family occasion at our restaurant? It’s good to reserve the tables as far in advance as you can. This is especially helpful if you are planning weekend celebrations.


A nice quote by Luciano Pavarotti: “One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating.”


Do you know that the average American eats 23 pounds of pizza per year? In fact, stats have revealed that 350 slices of pizza are ordered every second in the United States.


The ever popular Mac and Cheese has been around for centuries. In fact, in the 14th century, a cheese and pasta casserole known as makerouns was recorded in the Forme of Cury, a famous medieval English cookbook.


Have you ever wondered how beef came to America? Although Christopher Columbus is credited with bringing cattle with him to the New World in 1493, it was Hernando Cortez who first brought cattle to North America in 1519.


Whether it is a birthday, anniversary, holiday or any other joyful family event, good food is always an important part of the occasion. This time, step out of your home and capture your beautiful family moments with us!


Do you know that according to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulatory definitions, a sandwich must contain at least 35% cooked meat and no more than 50% bread?


Sharing food is the most basic way of bringing a family together. So, if you want to savor the good times with your family, just step in to our restaurant and enjoy our appetizing meals served with love.


Do you have special requests? For example, if you need a specific location or a certain table layout, let us know about that at the time of booking. We will definitely try our best to accommodate your special requests.


Have you heard about the world’s longest sandwich that measured 2,411 feet 5 inches? Well, it was created by members of three teams - Municipality of Hazmieh (Lebanon), Groupe Notre Dame Hazmieh-Scouts de L’Independence (Lebanon), and Mini-B chain restaurants (Lebanon).


Did you knowthat up until the early 1900s, fried chicken was a dish only meant to be served on special occasions and holidays? This is because of the relative shortage of spring chickens and the need for such a high volume of fat.


2409 Simpson Ave,
Aberdeen, WA

Opening Hours

Tuesday 11:00 - 21:00
Wednesday 11:00 - 21:00
Thursday 11:00 - 21:00
Friday 11:00 - 21:00
Saturday 12:00 - 21:00
Sunday 12:00 - 21:00


(360) 533-1485


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Starting Tuesday Chinese Village will be open for take-out only. 12pm-8pm. Please give us a call to place your orders at 360-533-1485
Starting Tuesday Chinese Village will be open for take-out only. 12pm-8pm. Please give us a call to place your orders at 360-533-1485.