Tang's Kitchen

Cuisine: Chinese, American, Cafe

Tang's Kitchen is a Chinese, American, and Cafe restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends, paid between $10 and $25, and tipped less than 15%.

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"Food is terrific!"
"Amazing food good people"
"Taste of the food "
"Great food and service, very friendly. Homemade fried rice delicious, all the food is very flavorful, the waiters are so attentive you will never have an empty water glass! Oh and the tea pot on the table is a nice touch"
"The food is great"
"Good food good service will repeat "
"the food is always good."
"Best Chinese food in the area."
"Great service. Nice atmosphere. "
"Excellent food"
"Great food great service good pricing"
"Delicious. Friendly "
"Great price and portions for lunch "
"Great food"
"Lunch special: broccoli with shrimp "
"Best roast pork fried rice in the universe!"
"The food is amazing there steamed dumplings, chicken and broccoli and everything else is delicious. I would reccomed it"
"Great Chinese food especially compared to all the other Chinese restaurant. Their veg fried rice was sooo tasty compared to all the other restaurants. The waiter was amazing and comical, very funny and polite. Even my husband said he has not had a waiter "
"Could use updating but more important that food is delicious."
"Nothing at all love tangs"
"Didn't have a coaster for our drinks, asked for napkins cause we had a spill, the waiter didnt give me any, asked for high chair he wanted to push my bench up some which made the space tighter. My friend's food was too spicy the waiter said can I wash it "
"they just need to update the atmosphere and it would be 5 stars"
"Need to renovate. , like a dump inside"
"Ordered something to be made gluten free but got very sick :( disappointed because it was so good and I can't go there again "
"No cons. Screw the people that put cons on tangs!!!!"
"Not good service, they spelled water and laughed, "
"Try the drinks!"
"Coasters would be nice."
"Love their chicken fried rice. Best around. "
"They need to renovate inside, would not bring any one to eat in dumpy"
"They have great food! But there ambiance was not so great."
  • 3/29/2017

    A dining patron from Brooklyn, NY tried it and liked it.

  • 3/16/2017

    A Chinese chowhound from West Babylon, NY tried it.

  • 1/21/2017

    A dining patron from Deer Park, NY tried it.

  • 1/10/2017

    A Chinese chowhound from US tried it, liked it, and rated it . They liked the food, liked the service, and liked the ambiance.

    Food is terrific!
    Could use updating but more important that food is delicious.
  • 12/31/2016

    A dining patron from Lindenhurst, NY tried it.

  • 12/30/2016

    A Chinese chowhound from Lindenhurst, NY tried it.

  • 12/30/2016

    A Chinese food lover from Brooklyn, NY tried it.

  • 12/21/2016

    A Chinese chowhound from West Babylon, NY tried it, liked it, and rated it . They liked the food, liked the service, and liked the ambiance.

    Amazing food good people
    Nothing at all love tangs
    Try the drinks!
  • 12/12/2016

    A Chinese chowhound from Houston, TX tried it, liked it, and rated it . They liked the food, didn't like the service, and liked the ambiance.

    Taste of the food
    Didn't have a coaster for our drinks, asked for napkins cause we had a spill, the waiter didnt give me any, asked for high chair he wanted to push my bench up some which made the space tighter. My friend's food was too spicy the waiter said can I wash it
    Coasters would be nice.
  • 12/10/2016

    A diner from Lindenhurst, NY tried it, liked it, and rated it . They liked the food, liked the service, and liked the ambiance.

4Daniel photo


 Waukegan, IL

Whole family unhappy

My wife took the kids there Friday night for a special treat. What a mistake we will NEVER eat there again! The food mediocre at best and way over priced. My 8 year old daughters bowl of noodles cost $10.99. My wife ordered beef,broccoli and tomato. She got charged $11.29 plus an extra $2.75 for tomatoes. What she got for $15 bucks was beef, very few tomatoes and a bunch of vegetables she hates.

I asked to speak to the manager or owner to have her order corrected and was told they wont be back until Monday! So I guess she will just have to wait until Monday to eat her Friday dinner. I always wondered why Tangs was no longer busy and now I know. Unless you like over priced mediocre food and lousy customer service do yourself a favor and go somewhere else!!! Maybe you will get lucky and catch them on a good day…LOL


Was supposed to be BEEF,BROCCOLI and TOMATO! What she got was almost NO tomatoes that she was charged an extra 2.75 for and a bunch of vegetables she hates and did not order.

LinCava photo


 Farmingdale, NY

Tang's, Lindenhurst NY - Chinese 11-15-13

Should be 2.5 stars. Our visit to Tang’s was disappointing but also rewarding. We were pleased with Crispy Rice with Chicken and Shrimp soup, a lunch-portion, priced accordingly at $8.97. It was a white-based soup, flavorful and filling. It should be shared if a meal is to follow. An appetizer from the day’s Special, Crispy Beef Dumplings were larger than expected, there was plenty of flavorful filling – not mostly deep fried dough. From the Special menu, the Asparagus, Mushrooms, Chicken and Shrimp, at $19.95, would have been fine had I received what I ordered. What I received did not have shrimp. There was a language problem, as when I asked for green tea, I was told the pot brought to the table was green tea, whereas it was traditional, black oolong tea. I watched, well before my meal came out, as my server, the host and a kitchen worker reviewed the item I ordered – as the server pointed to the Special Menu board for that item. When the meal came out, I was surprised that it was so dark. I had expected a white sauce with white meats like chicken and shrimp. The sauce was exceptionally dark to the point it obscured most of the ingredients except the chicken. There was no shrimp in the meal. I absolutely never send anything back unless I am ending the meal. If I have to send something back, remove it from the bill, I’m done. This time I ate a bit of the meal, which was tasty, but not what I ordered, and not deserving of the price-tag for which I expected shrimp as well. The Emerald Chicken, an attractive dish with a bit of a white sauce, almonds and vegetables tasted as good as it looked. The portions were a little less than expected, but there were no cheap fillers that grossly affect the flavor and value of the dish. So in this case, less truly is more. There were more of the best ingredients without piles of onions and less costly vegetables; which has become standard in so many American-Chinese food take-outs and restaurants. I’d rather pay the fitting price for the proper and flavorful preparation than get twice as much; where the flavor comes from broth bases, onions and soy sauce. So pricing, preparation and portions are all in-line with what they should be.
Once, Tang’s was at the top of their respective game. Now there are communications problems and kitchen problems. The size of Tang’s is fairly intimate, and this is not a buffet. The service was good. The management runs the place restaurant style, with the staff watching your table to take care of your needs. The language barrier is an issue; though our server made great effort, too many things came out wrong. The desserts came out mostly right, but my order, which I clarified with the server, was not what I ordered. What I received was fried vanilla ice cream. I accepted it without registering a complaint. It was doughy and with too much powdered sugar on it. I didn’t like it at all, and only took in enough to taste it. Take out needs to be ordered from the take-out menu. The regular menu doesn’t have portions like pints and quarts, and the pricing is for sit-down service. We ordered standards, and again there was a surprise with the chicken fried rice being exceptionally dark, and the rice was overcooked – not the usual case for American-Chinese cuisine. The pan fried dumplings were large, and very full, but the dough was very thick and sticky, making them too heavy for an appetizer, and distracting from the excellent filling. The egg drop-wonton soup was standard, but enjoyable. Lo Mein was tasty, and again, not filled with the inexpensive filler veggies. There was enough of the meat, just barely, but the Lo Mein noodles were slightly overcooked.
Tang’s has strengths in service and flavor – so important to an enjoyable meal. They’re serving a better cuisine by avoiding the use of cheaper ingredients. For a Friday evening, it was not crowded, and I believe this review reveals why. My suggestions would be to get the language problem cured. This can be done by giving their menu items a number. If there’s a question, the kitchen will know, by the number, what they are preparing. I think that our order problems were not just the server’s. He also had to relay the information to the kitchen. The chef should have known that the special contained shrimp; and that was the most disappointing part of my meal. . Other reviews I’ve seen rave about certain meals and their service – and I agree – these things make a big difference in the experience. My hope is that Tang’s improves by remediating their problems. Their strengths can carry them to the next level, but not until they get all their weaknesses addressed and cured. I will not go back for sit-down, and when ordering take-out, will be very selective. But I will certainly watch the reviews, hoping to see that there is an effort being made and problems being cured. And then, I will go back, and review again.

MichU photo


 Lindenhurst, NY




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Seated quickly, service and atmosphere Great! Going there this evening for dinner with the family it is my daughters birthday and we let her pick the restaurant. The server always comes over to check if we need anything throughout our stay.
There are none. It is a very pleasant dining experience!
Some times we ourselves in our kitchen don't always turn out perfect meals. Imagine the cook's in the restaurant they have to cater to many meals that will be served and servers running around table to table trying to please everyone . Keep an open mind .

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Tang's Kitchen is located near the cities of Captree Island, Copiague, North Lindenhurst, North Amityville, and Amity Harbor.
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