Family dining specializing in Chinese cuisine; featuring lunch and dinner.
We used to eat there frequently before COVID. Since then prices have increased only slightly but quality has dropped dramatically. We had BBQ Pork appetizer and pork chow main with pan fried noodles. BBQ Pork was very tough and very little seasoning. Pork Chow Mien was also flavorless with warm spaghetti noodles. On top of that don’t use the restrooms, not sure when they were cleaned last
Very disappointing overpriced .. needs improvement
Mistake all over it, had really high hopes for this, but felt off walking in where it was warm and muggy inside restaurant. granted it was their last hour but they still had fair amount of customers though i don't know why, which made me think well food must be ok. Nice fish tank and odd small room in from with 4-5 slot machines with a few locals playing while we ate in main room. Chair covering feel a bit odd as well. Food was way over priced, and just ok at best. Soups were good, so was hopeful but a chinese restaurant giving saltine crackers for their soups seemed odd as well. And 3.50 for iced tea with no one refilling was a bit much.
Good. Would return
Lee’s is located just across the bridge from Comfort Inn where we stayed. We came in for dinner and the delivery person was coming and going pretty regular. We sat and ordered Coconut shrimp app ($18 I think for 12 pieces). It was fried and tasted pretty good. Decent sizes. Ate as my entrée as I was not too hungry. Wife ordered a combo platter (a bit more money but it was good size and she enjoyed it). Waitress kept our water filled and to go orders kept going out the door. Overall decent restaurant at Lincoln City prices. Would eat here again.
Interesting orange chicken
Three of us had orange chicken, Mongolian beef, and chicken lo mein. The portion size was generous for lunch portions. The food was good. The orange chicken was unlike any we'd had before. The family member who ordered it didn't like it, but I did. It didn't have thick batter on it like orange chicken often has in the U.S. I never order orange chicken, but I would order it at Lee's.
We always went here for years when we lived there the food is still very good but when we got our bill we were paying with credit card, as always, this time they said they were adding a 4 percent charge to use our card, the amount had nothing to do with it but not posting anywhere that they charge to use credit was really annoying and illegal they post they take credit cards but nowhere on the outside or inside did it say there was a charge to use credit. My husband questioned it just out of principle and they didn't care at all. Just make sure you know that if you pay by credit you will be charged a fee. That being said the food still was really good