The Weekly Feed – Chinese New Year Edition!

By on January 25, 2017

We may have already welcomed our new year here in the United States, but the Chinese New Year doesn’t begin until Saturday, January 28. This Saturday, fireworks will light the skies and families will gather to usher in the Year of the Rooster with their traditional “Spring Festival.” We may not be able to hop on a plane to partake of the beautiful festivities, but we can celebrate the occasion by dining at one of the fantastic restaurants that serve Chinese cuisine in Tulsa.

Recently, Yours Truly, (“Best of Tulsa” Editor, Angela Evans), conducted a (somewhat) scientific poll among a group of her favorite foodies. The question: where to go for the best Chinese food in Tulsa? Spirited debates about egg rolls were had and strangers with penchants for wantons became friends in the process. There was one overall winner, taking over 35% of recommendations. But the most important thing the results indicated was that we have a lot of restaurants putting out great-tasting Chinese food – from the more Americanized classics to the more traditional, regional specific dishes.

We here at TulsaFood wish you “jínián jíxiáng” – which means good luck for this Rooster year!

Below are the top five restaurants recommended by a discriminating group of Facebook Foodies.

4203 S Peoria Ave, Tulsa, OK 74105

7107 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK

4003 E 11th St Tulsa, OK
*Dim Sum served on weekends only

6125 S Sheridan Rd, Tulsa, OK

Drum roll, please…

2620 S Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK

Honorable Mention – CHINA GARDEN
9720 E 31st St, Tulsa, OK

Honorable Mention for Chinese Delivery – ASIAN CHEF DELIVERY
5020 S Sheridan Rd, Tulsa, OK  (918) 610-3333

Angela Evans

About Angela Evans

Angela Evans has been digging deep into the booming restaurant scene of Tulsa since 2010. Her foray into food journalism began with The Urban Tulsa Weekly, but soon expanded to write for TulsaPeople and The Tulsa Voice. Her quirky but informative take on cuisine earned her a Tulsa Press Club Newsie for “Best Critic” in 2014. Finding those hidden gems around town is her passion, as she searches high and low for the best fried chicken or the newest spot to woo your beloved. She also loves shining the spotlight on the chefs, farmers and restauranteurs who keep Tulsa’s cuisine scene vibrant and diverse. After a brief stint out West, she has returned to Oklahoma and has brought her appetite with her. So join Tulsa's own bon vivant on her epicurean adventures.