Looking to satisfy your appetite for Chinese fare?
Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the best affordable Chinese restaurants around Tulsa, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to satisfy your cravings.
1. Asian Fusion
Topping the list is Asian Fusion. Located at 6565 E. 71st St. in Park Plaza South, the Chinese spot is the highest-rated low-priced restaurant of its kind in Tulsa, boasting 4.5 stars out of 77 reviews on Yelp.
Score one of Asian Fusion's many lunch specials, including sthe esame chicken combo lunch served with rice and an egg roll, the spicy orange chicken combo or the gluten-free shrimp chow main meal.
Dinner soups, stir fry, chef specialties and dinner platters are also available later in the evening.
Lafortune Park Plaza - Key's Chopsticks, located at 6193 E. 61st St., is another top choice, with Yelpers giving the cheap Chinese and Korean spot four stars out of 75 reviews.
Start off with some egg rolls, cheese wontons, crispy tofu or boiled dumplings as an appetizer before opting for heartier entrees such as sweet and sour pork, broccoli shrimp or sesame chicken. Lunch specials, seafood dishes and rice plates are also available on the extensive menu.
3. Golden Gate Restaurant
Golden Gate Restaurant, a Chinese spot, is another low-priced go-to, with four stars out of 63 Yelp reviews. Head over to 2620 S. Harvard Ave. to see for yourself.
Treat yourself to an appetizer such as onion rings, fried shrimp, potstickers or spring rolls before zeroing in on fried rice entrees or lunch specials. Notable menu options include sweet and sour chicken, pepper shrimp, pork with bean sprouts, veggie lo mein and more.
4. New Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant
And then there's New Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant, a Kendall - Tennants favorite with four stars out of 46 reviews. Stop by 2623 E. 11th St. to hit up the Chinese spot next time you're looking to satisfy your cravings on a budget.
Visitors can expect affordable fried rice dishes (egg, mushroom, veggie, chicken, pork, beef, ham or shrimp) and five different types of soup.
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