Reviewing Feng Ling Restaurant in Houston, Texas

Feng Ling is a Chinese restaurant in the Galleria area which opened recently and therefore has a lot of competition around it but the good quality of their foods and the prices plus the service makes it a good competitor that will stay in business for a while and they also deliver with an order of $12. The restaurant is located at 6437 Westheimer Road and the hours of operation are from Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 a.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

For appetizers you can order ten fried wontons for $3.50, or eight fried cheese puffs for $4.95, or ten either steamed or fried pork dumplings for $5.50 or even the pickle cabbage for $1, and for $1 you can also get small soups like the hot and sour, wonton, egg drop or the corn chicken soup.

While for their combo lunch specials, which are served every day you can go with the spicy dishes such as the beef with hot pepper sauce, or the hot shredded Szechuan pork or the spicy beef with vegetables for $5.95, or the curry shrimp with onion for $6.75 or the orange chicken for $6.50. But you can also order non spicy items such as the almond chicken with your choice of either white or dark meat for $5.50, or the shrimp with lobster sauce or the shrimp with broccoli for $6.50, or even the cashew nuts chicken for $5.95.

Then they have a section of original Chinese dishes such as the orange chicken which comes with a spicy crispy taste on the outside and tender on the inside for $8.50, or the general Tso’s chicken which is marinated chunks of chicken with red and green pepper in a wine sauce for $7.95, or the shrimp and scallops with vegetables served with a brown sauce for $9.95, or even the spicy chicken and shrimp with peanuts for $9.50.

And if you choose to get a family dinner dish which is $11.95 it includes a small soup, an egg roll, two shrimp toasts, one fried wonton, one cheese puff and an entrée of your choice, or for the same price you can try the steamed fish filet with ginger, or the fried fish with sweet and sour sauce or even the slightly pan fried fish filet served with an hot and spicy sauce on top of noodles.

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