Pittsburgh has a lot of Asian-style restaurants located throughout the city.
It is a delicious and popular cuisine amongst the locals. With fresh vegetables, all kinds of meat-- or lack thereof-- and perfectly cooked noodles as some of the main ingredients-- it’s easy to see why. While there are are many fantastic Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Korean restaurants in the city as well-- for this list, we decided to do a run down of Chinese food restaurants. Stop into any of these the next time you’re craving a dish bursting with all kinds of flavors.
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520 Third Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Chinatown Inn is consistently listed as a favorite Chinese restaurant amongst Pittsburghers. They have an amazing lunch menu-- and they place can get pretty packed during the work week. Make sure to stop in early!
Located right in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh, the Chinatown Inn offers all your favorite Chinese food choices-- all served with a friendly smile.
“Idk why it has taken me so long to get here... but it's my new fave old school American Chinese spot. The food is reminiscent of Chinese food the old way” -Yelp Review
5888 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Known for their Szechuan selections, How Lee also carries all of your favorite Chinese dishes as well-- including some delicious lo mein and shrimp fried rice. They’re open late on the weekends, so stop in after a night out.
“Favorite Chinese place in Pgh. It has a variety of selections on their menu and a lot of authentic Szechuan food to choose from.” -Yelp Review
715 Washington Rd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15228
Serving the South Hills for years, the Sesame Inn is a staple in the Mt. Lebanon business district. This popular spot is always crowded for lunch and dinner-- but also does a good deal of take out service as well.
The chef’s signature selection is always a good bet for a delicious meal. Make sure you stop in and try their shrimp and scallops or General Tso’s chicken-- don’t forget to try one of their signature cocktails as well!
“Always great food and never fails it's been that way for many many years been going there never had a bad meal once.” -Yelp Review
Image courtesy of Everyday Noodles. If you’re in the mood for a variety of Chinese dishes, make sure you try the dim sum option.
5875 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Mon-Thurs 11:30am-2:30pm, 4pm-9:30pm
Fri-Sat 11:30am-2:30pm, 4pm-10pm
Squirrel Hill is home to some pretty amazing Chinese restaurants, and Everyday Noodles is no exception. This spot offers a variety of dishes-- but specializes in their fresh noodle options. You can even watch the cooks as they prepare your noodles right in front of you-- it doesn’t get any fresher than that!
They also offer a dim sum option-- so you can try a variety of authentic Chinese dishes at one meal.
“Absolutely incredible noodle and dumpling restaurant located in the heart of Squirrel Hill. I don't know why it took me so long to write a review for one of my favorite restaurants in Pittsburgh.” -Yelp Review
5301 Grove Rd., #1
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
Silk Road Restaurant is located in the Caste Village Shopping Center and is a popular restaurant with the locals. Everything is freshly prepared daily-- ensuring customers are getting the best possible meal.
In addition to traditional favorites, this spot also offers a hibachi dining experience as well. Food is prepared and cooked at the table, and offers quite a show to customers!
“The food was just as delicious as I remembered. Can't wait to go back soon!” -Yelp Review
2910 W. Liberty Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
Their menu is full of your favorite appetizers, noodles, and fried rice dishes-- but make sure you try their famous Chinese dumplings!
“Best Chinese around! My favorite is the sesame shrimp or sweet and sour chicken. Always friendly staff and good prices.” -Yelp Review
5840 Forward Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Chengdu Gourmet is home to authentic Chinese cuisine-- they offer a Szechuan menu as well as an American-Chinese menu. That way-- if you’re feeling adventurous-- you can try a little of both.
Most customers like to do a mix off of both menus-- that way you can get your favorite dishes like Hunan chicken, but also try it with an authentic Chinese appetizer, such as boiled peanuts and edamame.
“Hole in the wall restaurant with tasty authentic Chinese food. Tucked away past Squirrel Hill, hidden gem for sure.” -Yelp Review
304 Wood St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Mandarin Gourmet is a great place to get a delicious-- and quick-- Chinese food lunch in downtown Pittsburgh. Lots of professionals and students appreciate the ordering online and going in to pick it up-- it makes for a quick and hassle free order.
They have a full bar available as well, so if you want to check out the inside of the restaurant, make sure to order one of their cocktails. When you do go in for a sit down meal, make sure you try and go early-- this place fills up quickly with hungry customers!
“Mandarin Gourmet is one of my go-to restaurants when I want to treat myself to lunch downtown.” -Yelp Review
4060 Brownsville Rd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15227
China Wok is a family run business that is always striving to make their customers happy-- and works hard at giving them some delicious menu options to choose from. Make sure you try their wonton soup-- it is one of the best in the ‘Burgh!
Great place to go in Brentwood Town Square. The menu has lots of options and the prices are great. The food comes out of the kitchen fast and the employee service is wonderful.” -Yelp Review
There are a lot of options to choose from in Pittsburgh when you’ve got a craving for Chinese food. Whether you like traditional dishes-- or prefer something a little more adventurous-- there is a delicious Chinese restaurant for you. Did we list your favorite Pittsburgh Chinese restaurant? Let us know in the comments!