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Sunday, February 8, 2009

How About Some Chinese-Joy Luck

I think it had been about a year or two since i'd had some sit-down Chinese food. What a way to make my resurgence! A couple cream cheese wontons, some General T'sao and Sweet n' Sour chicken later and i remember why Bountiful was such a great place to live.  Joy Luck in Woods Cross is my all-time favorite Chinese restaurant.  The food and the service are always fantastic! This is consistent with their mission: 

"Joy Luck believes the ultimate goal is to make you and your stomach tickling, dancing and delighted with JOY.  Therefore, we choose only the freshest ingredients along with our superb customer service to make your dining pleasure the best dining experience.  To complete your meal, draw your LUCK with a complimentary fortune cookie."

Ha ha, i love how it's worded! Those aren't really the words i'd use to describe how my stomach felt, but i was joyful to be eating those cream cheese wontons as we waited for one of our guests to show up.  

Anyway, i would recommend those wontons for an appetizer along with some Hot & Sour Soup. General T'sao Chicken and Strawberry Chicken are two of my favorite dishes to order along with the Ham Fried Rice! Mmm, my mouth is watering just thinking about it all!  

The "cherry on top" is that most dishes are under $8 and can feed up to two people!! And Chinese left-overs are delicious so don't be afraid to order an extra dish for some variety!

For hours of operation and a full menu with prices along with the address and phone number log on to www.joyluckwc.joyluckfoods.com


Jocee Bergeson said...

I can't believe I've never been there or had it recommended to me! You like it better than Mandarin?! We most definitely will give it a try. Thanks for the tip.

Taylor said...

Ya, I love it! I really like Mandarin too, I usually feel better after I eat at Joy Luck. I don't know what it is with Mandarin, but I usually feel a little sick after I eat there. You should try out Joy Luck for sure and let me know how you think it compares to Mandarin!


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