Ordering at Mr. Chen’s is like preparing your tax return.
It can be overwhelming and the results are a bit of a mystery. You might have a vague idea of what is coming, but without prior knowledge it’s like a crap shoot.
For this reason I am posting more photos of dishes from Mr. Chen’s.
It’s helpful to know when you are getting into when selecting something like Chen’s Crizy Spicy Chicken (view it here or here). I’d love to see a photo of the Sauteed Sliced Conch or Tossed Jelly Fish in Sesame Oil before shelling out $13.
I’ve been back for another lunch with friends, but have yet to visit for dinner. The following entrees are from the Lunch Specials section of the menu, except for the Boiled Beef in Hot Oil. Everyone enjoyed their food and next time I’ll get the Cashew Shrimp. We had:
- Steamed Dumplings
- Taiwaness Style Wonton Soup (for two), which actually is enough to feed five people one small bowl
- Cashew Shrimp
- Mongolian Chicken
- Beef with Broccoli
- Sesame Chicken
- Boiled Beef in Hot Oil
Read about my first visit to the Oriental Supermarket and Mr. Chen’s Restaurant.
Oriental Supermarket and Mr. Chen’s Restaurant
5465 I-55 N
Jackson, MS 39206