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Any "Real" Chinese Restaurants (take-out or dine-in) Naples, FL?

Phil L | Dec 28, 201809:48 AM     1

Recently relocated to Naples in SW Florida and still trying to find a decent Chinese Restaurant. So far, even though in search of typical Americanized Chinese offerings, every place goes from worse to worser. It appears that all Chinese Restaurants here use Yellow Rice and Hard Frozen Peas in their Fried Rice? Whats that all about? I've traveled throughout the US extensively and this phenomenon appears to be a Naples, FL thing. Perhaps because of the large Mexican/Latino Community, Yellow Rice with Hard Green Peas are the norm! I'm acustomed that Fried Chinese Rice starts with the White Jasmine Long Grain variety. Virtually no Chinese Restaurants here know what Bean Sprouts are no less use them in any Dish? If anyone can suggest a decent Chop Suey House / Restaurant in Naples, please help!

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