Friday, November 7, 2008

Review: Happy Dragon Chinese Bistro in Round Rock, Texas

I have eaten twice at the Happy Dragon Chinese Bistro on Louis Henna and have enjoyed each meal. The lunch specials are very well priced and the quantity and quality of the food is great. For an inexpensive meal, you can't go wrong.
The one thing that I enjoy is the spice of the meal. The cook in the kitchen isn't afraid to make things spicy. In short, he has hot spices and isn't afraid to use them. My friend, Kim Pierson, introduced me to the place and I have enjoyed my meals there.
The wait staff is very friendly and very attentive to the needs of the patrons. That's refreshing. My tea glass didn't get to empty. Nothing upsets me more than an empty glass at a restaurant.
I had the Mongolian Beef today and the Kung Pao the time before. Both spicy. Just the way I like it! The meal was served quickly.
The lunch specials include egg roll, soup, and rice. Not bad at all.
The only things that annoyed me was the music. I didn't care for the choice or volume of the music. Oh, well. I guess when you get older, your taste in music changes to softer and slower.
So, if you are looking for an inexpensive place to eat that is fast and has good Chinese food, I would head to the Happy Dragon Chinese Bistro.

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