Reviews on Asian food in Lake Orion, Michigan, United States. Lake Orion (/ˈɒriən/ ORR-ee-ən) is a village in the north side outskirts of Metro Detroit in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 2,973 at the 2010 census. "Lake Orion" is often used to describe both the village and the much larger Orion Township, of which the village is a part.
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4 based on 28 reviews
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We ordered carryout from here last weekend and the food was excellent. Had a variety of Philadelphia roll, Rainbow Roll, and Ruby and Jade Roll. All of it was very tasty. The fried salmon in the Ruby and Jade roll had a satisfying crunch and the flavors in the Rainbow roll were well balanced. Not too spicy for my taste and I generally prefer mild to medium spice. Total cost for these three items was about $30. A bit steep, especially compared to similar entrees at Saganos a few miles away. But it was delicious!
4 based on 19 reviews
been here for carryout a lot over the last several years. it is still good, but just a little different than it used to be. last time the spring rolls were way overcooked. but that happens, will still go back. usually get pad cashew or pad ped. chicken or tofu. dining area is small and tends to be cold in winter time. limited hours on sunday and holidays. still a nice place to get good thai. about $9 pp.
3 based on 45 reviews
The food here is just okay. I got the sweet and sour pork. It was okay. I was with 3 friends. We were given two bowls of white rice and told to share. I share my main course, but couldn't believe this place didn't give us our own rice. Only two choices for soup egg drop or wonton, hot and sour is $3.00 more. The service was not good. The wait staff never returned to check if things were okay, or to refill water or pop, finally brought the bill.
Wow, ok, nobody was eating there which should have been a dead give-away to me, but I figured the construction on Lapeer Rd was keeping them away. I was wrong, it was the "food". I'm not a food snob, and I would love to have a decent Chinese place in Lake Orion, but this is not it by a long shot. Spring rolls were awful. Pork fried rice smelled and tasted off. General Tso's chicken was over-cooked, pre-frozen chicken with mushy broccoli. Shrimp lo mien featured bay shrimp and flavorless noodles. Even their fortune cookies were inedible. I'm just praying I don't come down with food poisoning tonight. Do yourself a favor, just buy some of the styrofoam containers, douse it with soy sauce and eat that.
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