The Food Express II is a restaurant inside Palace Station Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Food Express II

It is pretty good, but I have had better.
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Food Express II

Great go to Chinese restaurant. Been coming here for years and the food never disappoints. Best dishes are the wor wonton soup and the Mongolian beef. The vegetable fried rice is always my favorite.
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Food Express II

They must of hired a new cook. Been going there years my Fav. Last few times was not happy. The egg drop soup was the Best no more. Left out the mushrooms and added peas and carrots. The salt and pepper shrimp skin off the very best. No more the coating is thick and hard not thin and crispy. No longer will go back looking for a good place to go any ideas?
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Food Express II

I never eat inside the restaurant because I always do take out but this place has some great food and they don't take long to prepare it. They also have a large variety of options to choose from their menu but do try the orange chicken! Definitely recommend this restaurant. It's become my go to for Chinese food.
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Food Express II

Best Chinese food in town. The orange chicken is so good and crunchy love that it has even pieces of orange in it. wet noodles are the best as well !!! spring rolls, chicken wings, yum yum yum. I always crave this place on my cheat days :S. very simple inside and humble but food is to die for.
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Food Express II

I came here because it had good reviews and I was tired of the pandas. Our lunches seemed to be a mix of fresh food and putrid food. The Cashews in the cashew chicken looked weird and tasted awful. The celery was fresh and delicious. Fried rice looked much darker than I've had before, and it was bland, dry, and greasy. All our food was greasy, which I wouldn't have cared about if it tasted good. Chow mein had more of the putrid flavor. Egg rolls looked dark and crispy, but were actually very soggy. The gentleman who helped us was very nice and polite. I'm not sure how I ended up with the exact opposite experience of the other reviewers, but that's how it went. I'll just eat pandas when I'm on this side of town.
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