Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, United States. Albrightsville is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Kidder and Penn Forest townships, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 202. It is drained by Mud Run (which forms the township boundary) westward into the Lehigh River. Pennsylvania Routes 534 and 903 intersect at the eastern corner of the village. Although it has its own post office with the ZIP code of 18210, areas just to the north and west use the Lake Harmony ZIP code of 18624. The Holiday Pocono community is directly to the north, across PA 534, and Towamensing Trails is directly across PA 903 to the southeast. The community is just east of Hickory Run State Park.
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We have been patronizing the Hunan House approximately once or twice a month since they opened several years ago. We only do "take-out" even though they do have three tables for "dine-in" - I would recommend that you take your food home and not use their facilities if possible. If you live in or you are visiting the Albrightsville area, Hunan House does offer you a good alternative to the four pizza places. Their food is OK and is the typical "Americanized Chinese" menu - do not expect anything more. We would recommend that you consider one or more of their "Our Chef's Special" items.
4 based on 87 reviews
Being from the New York metro area we have some of the best Chinese food spots so I'm picky. This place lived up to those standards. They have all the traditional dishes and everything was tasty. Prices are also very reasonable. Just check your bag because they did forget to pack one of our orders.
3 based on 12 reviews
went today to try it out. I spent 70 dollars and tried a variety of the menu. waited half hour. butterfly shrimp-dough was still in batter shape when opened. egg foo yung no taste. dumpings are nasty potstickers. any broccoli that accompinies any meal is cold, added later and bitter. Beef sticks were dry and bland. the tso and sesame beef were congeled, no sauce whatsoever and tasted like you were biting into fat. How does a chicken get so much fat on it? I only gave it one dot because i couldnt give it none.
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