Yang’s Chinese Restaurant

420 Leacock Dr, Barrie
44.391014,44.391014
About Yang’s Chinese Restaurant:

A Chinese restaurant that does deliveries and packs takeaway meals, Yang’s Chinese Restaurant can be found on 420 Leacock Drive, in Barrie, Ontario. This restaurant serves lunch and dinner and delivers via the Skip the Dishes and Door Dash apps.

There is a large parking lot in front of the restaurant, as it is located in a strip mall on Leacock Drive. The place is large enough to accommodate a large group of people and is welcoming to kids. It is wheelchair accessible; there is no TV, and only wine and beer are served here.

This place is closed on Monday, and from Tuesday to Saturday, it works from 11 AM to 10 PM, while on Sunday it is opened from 12 PM to 9 PM. From the reviews, I found online on Google Reviews and Trip Advisor, I bring you the pros and cons of this place.

Pros:

  • Tasty menu
  • Large portions
  • Affordable prices
  • Takeout and delivery
  • Wine and beer served here

Cons:

  • Notes about plenty of vegetables in the order
  • People complained about the burnt taste of rice

Yang’s Chinese Restaurant has been in business for three years now, in place of a previous establishment called Daddy’s Kitchen. The interior is “loud”, with red vinyl seating booths on the sides and by the front wall, and round tables for six people in the middle. There are framed paintings on the walls semi-covered with satin curtains, and with crystal chandeliers hanging from the ceilings. All the tables have white tablecloths on them.

The menu is nicely put together. There are plenty of appetisers like fried wontons, crab Rangoon, BBQ spare ribs, Szechuan wontons, edamame, and items like assorted hot appetisers. The soup offers include wor wonton soup, hot and sour soup, sizzling corn soup, seafood soup and more.

They have a great selection of chicken dishes. Yang’s Chinese restaurant has at least seventeen different chicken recipes like: Kung Pao chicken, sweet & sour chicken, orange chicken teriyaki chicken, sesame chicken, and General Tao’s chicken.

There are also plenty of beef and pork dishes, egg foo Young, Moo Shu, and Chow Mein dishes. The menu has a selection called Weight Watchers, and this offers meals that have mostly vegetarian items, with some chicken or tofu ingredients prepared by steaming, and no oil or salt is added.

Their seafood offer is plentiful, with several shrimp items, scallops, and fish dishes. No Chinese restaurant would be authentic without the noodle selection: Lo Mein, Pan-Fried, Chow Fun, and Szechuan Noodles. The vegetarian offer is abundant and prepared with fresh local ingredients. There is also the fried rice section of the menu and Yang’s specialities.

For the people that can’t decide on separate items, there is always the combination dinners: dinner for two, three, four, five and six people with a pre-set menu. There are lunch specials served daily from 11 AM to 3 PM that come at a discounted price and include soup, egg roll, fried wonton, and steamed/fried rice.

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