5700 Centre Ave, Pittsburgh, PA | Directions 1520640.457282 -79.933689
Sun 4pm-9pm; Mon 11:30am-10pm; Tue 11:30am-10pm; Wed 11:30am-10pm; Thu 11:30am-10pm; Fri 11:30am-10pm; Sat 4pm-10pm
Great Meal! – Egg rolls and General Tsos Chicken were both great! But the highlight of the meal was the wonton soup that was packed with veggies, several wontons, and a delicious broth!
best food ever – this restraunt has the best echow chicken. i've bin eating it since i was a child and love it.now my children love it. if you like general tso's you have to try Echow chicken.it also comes in shrimp,beef,and pork.
empty depressing cavern – if you like dining in a empty nursing home dining room after most of the last seating has left, this is the place for you.
Good Food and Best Chinese Menu in Pittsburgh – This place is good food and cheap prices. Not really dirty like most of the other asian places in the Burgh. Fairly good Korean menu selections along with your traditional Chinese and American dinners.
I liked it. – If you've never been here, you'll be surprised when you come in. This place is huge, and
it's not busy at any time, from what I've seen. It has a very large menu, maybge the largest that
I've seen, actually, and the wait staff is always very pleasant. Everyone in Pittsburgh likes
General Tso's chicken, and theirs is fantastic. When you order Korean dishes, kimchi and other
pickled sides come with your food, and tea is always served with your meal. The seafood udon
soup is very good as well. Order it with some spicey chili sauce for some kick.
AWESOME SHRIMP FRIED RICE – I usually order to go. Ate there once, wasn't very impressed. However, I always order the shrimp fried rice to go which is incredibly delicious and the shrimp are jumbo sized! I love it. I agree with a previous reviewer that the atmosphere at the bar leaves something to be desired. I actually stopped getting take out there for quite a while because I found one of the bartenders to be utterly obnoxious, like he'd rather be anywhere else but there. He should've been because he certainly didn't belong in the service industry. But that shrimp fried rice kept calling me back! Take out is definitely the way to go. Enjoy!
Avoid the Bar – Dinner in the dining room is generally a pleasurable experience. The tables near the bar area are unpleasant. The bartenders have crude discussions with some of their regular patrons, gossip, curse, and talk about how much they party too much. Foul language is frequent, and cigarette smoke emanates from a back area where they frequently congregate. Bartenders disappear frequently, and the service just seems to break down in those areas. The food is good, but confine your visit to the main dining room, where the experience is much better.
The Far East meets East Pittsburgh. – In Short
With real-deal Oriental lamps, dragon wood prints, beautiful tiled ceilings and even a mountainscape wall mural, you'll feel like you've just stepped into a little piece of China. The only thing more authentic than the decor at Tsang's is the food. The first page of the menu features definitions for different cooking styles, including Mandarin, Szechwan and Cantonese. Also, there's an instructional paragraph labeled "How to Order," so that you might have the full experience of dining "family style," Chinese style.
EH! – I haven't tried the Chinese there but their Korean food is not that great. The prices are very high for small portions and the service was insulting.
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