If you don’t want Chinese food now, just read this post and you will! Here are seven great Chinese food restaurants in Pittsburgh.

1. Sesame Inn

Chinese Food in Pittsburgh

Sesame Inn serves up authentic Chinese cuisine including Sichaun, Hunan, Shanghai, Peking and Cantonese style. There’s also a full sushi bar and Thai dishes too. Sesame Inn’s menu includes 100+ entrees, many unique to the city. Enjoy favorites like sweet and sour chicken, lo mein, kung pao chicken and more.  They have locations in Mt. Lebanon, the North Hills, and McMurray.  For more information on Sesame Inn, click here.

2. Chinatown Inn

Chinese Food in Pittsburgh

This upscale eatery serves up traditional fare like a tasty fried rice, savory egg foo young and lots of Cantonese pan fried noodles. Chinatown Inn is open Monday through Sunday and located in downtown PittsburghFor more information on Chinatown Inn, click here.

3. Sichuan Gourmet

Chinese Food in Pittsburgh

This casual Chinese food joint serves up Sichuan cuisine in both Squirrel Hill and Oakland. The restaurant offers a student lunch campus delivery Monday through Friday with a lunch box that includes a meat or fish dish, veggie dish and soda. For more information on Sichuan Gourmet, click here.

4. Everyday Noodles

Chinese Food in Pittsburgh

This Chinese restaurant is best known for allowing guests to take a peek at what’s going on in the kitchen with a giant viewing window. The Squirrel Hill location allows for perfect after-dinner strolls. Delicious entrees include various noodle soups, steamed dumplings, dim sum and dry noodle options. For more information on Everyday Noodles, click here.

5. China Palace

Chinese Food in Pittsburgh

China Palace’s Sewickley location is a no-frills, clean restaurant with lots of traditional options. You can’t go wrong with their chicken and broccoli, as well as their sweet and sour chicken. Their portions are big and easily shareable too. For more information on China Palace, click here.

6. Ting’s Kitchen

Chinese Food in Pittsburgh

Called “A Hidden Gem Worth Visiting” by Pittsburgh Magazine, Ting’s Kitchen’s McCandless strip mall location makes it slightly off the beaten path. Its incredible food like sizzling beef and scallops or salt and pepper pork chops are just a few of the reasons to visit. For more information on Ting’s Kitchen, click here.

7. China House Chinese Food in Pittsburgh

Your typical Chinese food restaurant, China House’s consistency is what makes it special. Its order-up counter has deals like combination platters (the General Tso’s is delicious) and amazing soups (all the usual favorites like wonton and hot and sour). China House is located in Bloomfield.  For more information on China House, click here.

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