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.
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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

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

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06/03/2021

Tofu is a common ingredient within Chinese cuisine. It has been around for over 2000 years as it was first developed in China around 200 BC. It is thought that Buddhist monks ate tofu as part of their strict vegetarian diets.

06/01/2021

Did you know that Beef Noodle Soup, Nu-Rou Man, is Taiwan’s national dish? Full of fresh vegetables, braised beef and delicious noodles, this soup is both nutritious, delicious and will fill you up perfectly.

05/27/2021

If you eat with a Chinese friend for the first time, don’t be too surprised if they put food on your plate. This is a gesture of respect and friendliness, not because they don’t like what they’re eating.

05/25/2021

Our unique way of presenting food allows you and your guests to sample a wide range of Chinese offerings without worrying if you like a dish or not. It provides an opportunity to step outside a comfort zone and try something new. Just take a little – if you like it, great, have some more; if not, try something else.

05/20/2021

Many of the vegetables used in Americanized Chinese food aren't consumed much in China. They include colorful and tasty favorites like: carrots, squash, white onions, broccoli, tomatoes and baby corn.

05/18/2021

In both Chinese and Chinese American cuisines, noodles are prepared in a variety of ways. They can be boiled, steamed, stir-fried, and deep-fried, and can be either eaten hot or cold.

05/13/2021

Did you know that "Chow Mein" is the Cantonese pronunciation of the Chinese characters that represent "stir fried noodles”? Chow mein noodles are cooked in boiling water, cooled, and then stir fried with onions, celery, and pork, beef, chicken, or shrimp.

05/11/2021

What’s in a name? That which we call a burger by any other word would be a Salisbury steak, chopped steak, Swiss steak, or a humble hamburger. Yet burger would, were it not burger called, retain that dear perfection without its title.

05/06/2021

Do you have a “go to” sandwich almost every time you order? Is it because you cannot imagine having something else, or is it simply a safe choice? Next time you visit, step outside your comfort zone and try a different item from our menu. You may find a new favorite.

05/04/2021

As it comes from the section directly beneath the tenderloin, top sirloin steaks are very close to the filet mignon in tenderness. Unlike the filet, however, the top sirloin has more marbling, which many say gives it a better flavor.

04/29/2021

Did you know in the earlier times, the pizza was dry bread meant for just poor people? The "Pizza Margherita" with toppings was invented in honor of the Queen of Italy, Margherita of Savoy.

04/27/2021

If you are piggybacking with a group of friends on a road trip, use our restaurant as a place to rendezvous. Sit, relax, enjoy a cup of joe, a bite, a bit of dessert, and wait for all to gather, catch the collective breath, and head back out on the highway.

04/22/2021

If you are a vegetarian, or during Lent if you abstain from meat, chiles rellenos make a great meal. They can be stuffed with beans, cheese (or beans and cheese), or a number of different seasoned grains.

04/20/2021

Despite all the hype and the concentrated efforts of the PR departments of various flavors, chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry are the three most-ordered flavors of ice cream year in and year out.

04/15/2021

Did you know that the chocolate chip cookie is another American invention? Originally called the Toll House cookie, it was the signature dessert created at the Toll House Inn in Massachusetts. Contrary to public opinion, its invention was not an accident.

04/13/2021

How do you like your waffles? Golden or dark brown, round, square, or rectangular, large wells or little dents? While we may not be able to match your shape preference, we can promise that you will love how our waffles hold all the deliciousness of what you put on it.

04/08/2021

Remember when preparing your hot dog that you're dressing the dog, not the bun. The National Hot Dog Etiquette council dictates that condiments go on the dog, not between it and the bun. Just between you and us, though, you can dress it in any manner you choose.

04/06/2021

Top a hamburger on a bun with grilled onions and cheese, and you have a hamburger with extras. Change the bun to rye bread, though, and how you have patty melt. Funny how one adjustment changes folks’ perceptions.

04/01/2021

Why are red wines paired with meat? The tannins in red wines are a better complement to the iron content of red meats. However, that should not stop you from ordering any type of wine you prefer.

03/30/2021

In 1956, the Reuben sandwich won The National Sandwich Idea Contest. Since then, it has become an iconic sandwich and staple in restaurants throughout the country.

03/25/2021

To encourage your children to become eclectic eaters, allow them to make their own selections from the menu, but suggest they try small bites of what you are having. This way they get to eat what they like best, but have the opportunity to explore other foods.

03/23/2021

The Cobb salad draws its name from its inventor – Bob Cobb. In his restaurant in the late 1920s, he was looking for a tasty way to use up leftovers, so he tossed together some watercress, avocado, eggs, bacon, tomato, Roquefort cheese, and a few other ingredients and a star was born.

03/18/2021

If you are on a diet with restricted salt intake, there is no better food than fish. Salmon, flounder, scrod, orange roughy and others are so low in salt that they are recommended by doctors world-wide as part of a low sodium diet.

03/16/2021

What is your favorite side to have with your burger? Almost two-thirds of all burger lovers enjoy fries. The next favorite is onion rings, with about 15 percent preferring this item.

03/11/2021

While food trucks may be all the rage these days, there is still something to be said for dropping into a restaurant and being waited on by people who know you by name as well as your food preferences.

03/09/2021

Salisbury steak is actually named after the dietician J.H. Salisbury, who promoted it because he believed vegetables were detrimental to human health. He was one of the first food faddists and he introduced this miracle food during the early 20th century.

03/04/2021

Are you looking for a place to have an organizational meeting for a group, cause, or even a family gathering? Planning a project while enjoying a nice meal with us sets a relaxing tone and puts everyone on the same page.

03/02/2021

During the late 1800s, drinking soda water on Sunday was against the law. To circumvent this, an enterprising fellow covered a dish of ice cream with flavored syrup, and named the dish a “sundae” to indicate when it was available.

02/25/2021

There is a minimalist purity to the dishes we offer and serve: ingredients are familiar, and preparation is basic and true to traditions, yet crafted with a personal signature that distinguishes us from our worthy adversaries.

02/23/2021

The word “salad” is a derivation of salata, which means salted, and refers to a dish from Ancient Rome, herba salata, a platter of vegetables that had been soaked in brine.

02/18/2021

How do you eat your wings? Are you a nibbler, taking several bites out of the appendage, relishing each morsel? Or are you slurper, popping the part in your mouth and stripping it clean in one pull?

02/16/2021

Dining with us is a leisurely affair in the classic tradition. Take the time to enjoy the meal and your friends, reveling in the camaraderie and fellowship. End it all with one of our delightful desserts.

02/11/2021

The word “restaurant” is from a French word that means “to restore,” and that is one of the great benefits of our establishment – an opportunity to relax and restore a sense of calm and the general enjoyment of life that is often lost amid the cares and worries of the day.

02/09/2021

If you have at least one meal a day that consists solely of coffee in a foam cup and nothing more, you need to set aside some time for yourself, your friends, your family, and your health and visit us for an exquisite dinner.

Address

2409 Simpson Ave,
Aberdeen, WA
98520

Opening Hours

Tuesday 12pm - 9pm
Wednesday 12pm - 9pm
Thursday 12pm - 9pm
Friday 12pm - 9pm
Saturday 12pm - 9pm
Sunday 12pm - 9pm

Telephone

(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.