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Revisiting The Rahway Situation - Chinese?

Elora | Dec 21, 200811:01 AM     13

Ok, so I've been living here a few weeks now and slowly delving into the food scene here. Sadly I'm mostly cooking at home due to the weather but suddenly got a craving for Chinese and realized I need to start finding out about this.

I'd posted on the NJ.com site asking about restaurants in town also and got a few suggestions for Chinese with the warning that nothing in the immediate vicinity was "great".

Happened to pass Panda China (is that the correct name?) on St. Georges near Westfield Avenue on the way home from a day out last night and decided to try it. Was passable, nothing fantastic but was definately edible - your basic take-out.

I'd use them again but am hoping for something better. Somewhere that does delivery would be a coup. I'm even willing to drive a bit further out for something less "generic" even if they don't deliver, since now and then I like going and having a sit down too. Not as far as Scotch Plains and Hungs (my old haunt) or Edison. Maybe Clark?

Ideas?

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