This week's North Shore Nibbles is perfect for the weather we've been experiencing lately: when it's too hot to cook. So, here are our suggestions for Chinese takeout:
- The most popular dish at is the combination appetizer platter said Ben Ng, manager. It comes with Chicken Fingers, Beef Teriyaki, Chicken Wings and Crab Rangoons. People usually choose that with an order of fried rice, Ng said. Hong Kong has been in business for almost 10 years and their ingredients are local, according to Ng.
- The General Gao chicken is a favorite at Fortune Palace II in Essex, where customers can choose to make it hot or not. Another dish that many people like is the triple nut delight, manager Fang Lau said. It includes chicken, beef and shrimp served with cashew nuts, honey walnuts and peanuts. For appetizers, people usually order chicken wings and Crab Rangoons, said Lau. Open for 17 years, they also serve sushi. If you're feeling adventurous, order the spicy Tuna Maki or if you want to stick to a classic, try out their traditional california roll.
Looking for other spots? Here is a list of the Chinese food and Sushi restaurants in Danvers:
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- Have you seen the line at Woodman’s Lately? It’s definitely their prime time of year. Earlier this week, Woodmans advertised a link on their Facebook page to a radio interview all about the business.
- This week Hamilton Wenham Green asked over Facebook: How much interest is there in a Community Garden?
- Child ID day is being held at Cherry Hill Farm Creamery, Danvers this Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More information and updates are included on their Facebook page.