2381 E Windmill Ln # 19, Las Vegas, NV, 89123 

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Mon. - Fri. : 10:30am - 10:00pm
Sat. & Sun.: 11:00am - 10:00pm
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Reviewed by: Veronica K. on: 10/28/2013 8:23:38 AM
I will keep this review simple. My husband got food poisoning from this restaurant. I do not recommend it unless you want to take that chance,
Reviewed by: David W. on: 8/19/2013 4:19:22 AM
Cream cheese & crab wontons - pretty goodPork fried rice - full of goodiesSweet & sour pork - crispy but not over cookedChopstix is a great little place for your Chinese food fix. The prices are great for a family. I usually spend about $50 and I'm able to feed a family of six. There are no leftovers but everyone is satisfied.Not a restaurant I would ever eat in because of the lack of atmosphere. They do have a plant in the front window but other than that, pretty plain.Overall, I really enjoy this place.
Reviewed by: Junior V. on: 8/17/2013 11:22:39 AM
Came here last Sunday and fell in love with the Mongolian Beef that I had to come back again before I head back home to California . Highly recommend this place.
Reviewed by: Vicky Y. on: 7/25/2013 8:24:30 AM
LOVE this place!!! Tho we may not understand what they are talking to each other they are usually very nice to us :) Its a small place with a few tables. We usually get our food to go and have had them deliver to us to.This time we ordered the lunch specials of orange chicken spicey with pork fried rice and egg roll. My husband got the cashew chicken with pork fried rice and egg roll. No complaints freshly made, very tasteful with flavors and filling. The cashew chicken has some vegies cooked with it (zucchini, carrots and celery)By the way they do have restrooms for customers and they are clean..We will be back!!!
Reviewed by: Nikki V. on: 7/23/2013 10:42:29 AM
Foods great! Just a little pricy I would say. I ordered delivery here once for 3 items and it cost me about $50 it was good but I wouldn't do that again.
Reviewed by: Joe S. on: 7/15/2013 4:33:37 AM
Really good chinses food is so hard to find . ILike it better than chinatown.i had orange chicken and house lo mein .it is amazing.and the AC Is cooler than other chinese restaurant i have been before .i love it .
Reviewed by: Jodie F. on: 7/15/2013 10:16:15 AM
Very Good Phad Thai with Chicken. Huge portion for really cheap. Awesome Fried Rice with Chicken as well. Really fast delivery to our room. Very nice over the phone. Would highly recommend for cheap and good and fast delivery!
Reviewed by: Chris T. on: 7/15/2013 1:11:24 AM
I went to this place and had my lunch there. I would definitely go back. The service was great and the food was even better. It is the best food in town I love the food I ordered the house fried rice and Kung pao beef. It was fabulous I will for sure back. Thank you at Chopstix for great service and great. Luvd it.
Reviewed by: Lonely D. on: 6/18/2013 5:12:53 AM
I apologize for my lack of activity over the past two years. Once I found a few salvageable places, I exhausted my limits for self-deprecation. I've been to many new establishments over the hiatus, but most of them weren't worth reporting (kind of like this one).So I received a flyer from Chopstix several weeks ago. Their $5.75 lunch specials caught my eye -- entree, rice and drink (or eggroll) included. The picture of the sesame chicken looked good (as the pictures always do), so I decided to oblige. First impressions: the lobby area was small and dirty. I found the table with the least amount of discord and waited for my order. When I used the soda fountain, I found the soda was completely flat, so I asked for a can (which is fine, except I can't get a refill on the way out). Also, I noticed a distinct lack of air conditioning, despite the fact that I was under a vent, so I felt sweltry and sweaty the whole time.When I finally received my order, it looked good (probably because I hadn't eaten all day). The few pieces of sesame chicken on top were delicious; crispy on the outside, tender on the inside. However, once I got down to the "meat" of the meal, the chicken pieces became soggy and tasteless, doused in a syrupy mess. I imagine this is what it must be like for anyone who orders to go. I didn't even bother finishing. At the end of my meal, I was even more depressed than when I came in. YOU SHOULD NOT BE DEPRESSED WHEN EATING AT A RESTAURANT.Based on this single experience, I won't go again.I gave two stars because they seemed like nice people, and I don't want any business to fail. They just need to step up their game a bit.
Reviewed by: Debbie S. on: 6/14/2013 8:42:29 AM
OMG how vile...where to begin! Bit into an egg roll only to have some sort of a gelatinous ooze and drip grease on my pajamas. If you can't have sugar RUN! Ordered shrimp and cashew chicken only to open plastic containers of meats and mystery pieces covered in a brown sugary substance. No recognizable vegetables to be found. I also ordered soup...do I dare taste it? I am a VERY angry blue collar worker who wanted a relaxing evening and a treat of having dinner delivered. If you don't hear from me this weekend, check the local hospitals just in case I'm admitted for food poisoning.
Reviewed by: Steven G. on: 2/23/2013 6:09:00 AM
My favorite place to pick up Chinese food anywhere in Vegas, they know how to do it right
Reviewed by: Kat B. on: 2/19/2013 2:08:00 AM
There is a limited selection of decent Chinese food in my area so I decided to go a little farther away to try Chopstix based on the reviews. Unfortunately the card reader wasn't working so the man behind the counter asked if I could go get cash. The nearest ATM is in the Smiths across the way. I went and got cash (paying an extra $3 since it wasn't my bank) and went back. There was no one else in the place at the time and the same man behind the counter saw me come in. I had my cash out and my food was bagged and sitting on the counter but instead of helping me he decided to take a personal phone call on his cell while I stood there and stared at him. I continued to wait for several minutes and another man was at the counter doing something and also ignoring me. Finally he looked up and asked if he could help me. I said I'd like to pay for my food. At which time the other man finally got off his phone and took my money. No apology, no offer to give me a discount for my inconvenience, or even just throw in extra fortune cookies or something.The food was decent (wor wonton soup, house fried rice, and orange chicken) but it is definitely not worth going all the way over there for terrible service. Will not be returning.
Reviewed by: Radika L. on: 1/21/2013 5:03:00 PM
I have gone here when I was going to Massage School next door and I found that they are really great. I love the cream cheese-crab wontons.
Reviewed by: Carmine M. on: 1/13/2013 6:58:00 AM
Where to start...I am from the east coast, been in Vegas for 3 years. We have a seriously different view of what Chinese food is. This place is really true to east coast style of chinese.Like when you order an egg roll, you actually get an egg roll, not a spring roll like everywhere else around here.Also the pad thai is better than at any thai place I've tried. The only downside is they charge like $5 for delivery.
Reviewed by: J M. on: 1/5/2013 9:23:00 PM
Not good I won't be back
Reviewed by: Ray L. on: 9/1/2012 2:32:00 AM
This place is a better option for take-out rather than dining in. The girl who took my order was on a personal phone call trying to pay a bill. While I was waiting, she was yelling at the cooks in the back in a different language. Awkward!I have tried three dishes from this place.....1. Cashew chicken -This dish was pretty good actually, with celery the predominant flavor.2. General tsao's chicken- Not bad, but terrible the next day when you are trying to eat leftovers.3. Orange chicken -- Good but not great.Overall, this satisfied my craving for fast Chinese food. I would recommend calling your order in ahead of time and avoid eating there.
Reviewed by: LJ R. on: 7/24/2012 12:56:00 AM
I like driving around and trying some random place. This is what happened when I came here. I knew there were fast food chair restaurants in this center but drove around a little till I saw something I might want to try. Chopstix was my 2nd choice just because the first place I went to was a veggie bar next door which I didn't feel at the time, maybe later.Chopstix was clean, quiet, and had a nice view of all the beautiful people that were going in and out of that veggie bar at least when I was there.What makes me a fan are their lunch specials for only $5.55. I went with the House Special Chicken with rice and a soda, which if you don't want the soda you can get the egg roll instead. It was good, can't beat a $5.55 meal. I love mushrooms there were plenty inside of this dish. The rice that came with the dish was different it was yellowish but I still liked it. If you get the House Special Chicken don't add extra soy sauce, it already has enough salt and sauce just mix in the rice. Unless you like it salty.Service was friendly and they do deliver. I would come back cause $5.55 is a great deal for lunch and the foods wasn't that bad.
Reviewed by: David W. on: 7/16/2012 10:37:00 AM
2nd time here. Taking dinner home. Again, decent prices and good food. Terrible dining facility. It would be nicer to eat in a school cafeteria. It is difficult to understand the girl behind the counter. She has a very heavy accent. Check out then menu online and know what you want before you come in.
Reviewed by: Chrissy A. on: 6/17/2012 10:00:00 AM
Finally a place that actually has "Egg Rolls" not spring rolls. Their food is really good. Lots of flavor and their shrimp lomein is awesome. Defiantly try the egg rolls with duck sauce. I would say this place has the best Chinese food in Henderson so far bases on the other places I have tried for Chinese food. You won't be disappointed here.
Reviewed by: Ron F. on: 6/9/2012 9:03:00 AM
Very good. No surprises in the recipes like so many Vegas chinese restaurants that I've tried. The sesame chicken, kung poa chicken and even the chicken lo mein were all delicious. I loved that you could get rice or lo mein as side dishes to your entrée without having to order them at full price by themselves. A box of rice was included and lo mein had a $2 charge. The bottom line was very fair. The portions were good and we had leftovers the next day.The $3.50 charge for delivery was a charge I don't usually see on Chinese take-out. With tip, it ads a lot to a $25 check. Understandable I guess with the price of gas. We live close, so maybe we'll just start picking it up.They have a decent website for ordering, but they should add roll-over pictures so you can see what the dishes look like. I saw in the reviews that this is "New York style." I'm not sure what that is, but some dishes are prepared differently than what I'm used to from California; not bad, just different. I know one example is that what I'm used to ordering as chow mein is lo mein here. I've run into that alot in Las Vegas. Photos would help alot and also encourage us to try new menu items.In light of what we've read, I think we'll keep looking for a good sit-down place, but for take-out Chopstix has hit a home run with us.
Reviewed by: Brian F. on: 6/5/2012 10:56:00 PM
Easy online ordering. On time and accurate delivery. .for the price sizes are great and quality is good. If you complain you are too picky...
Reviewed by: Daniel S. on: 2/11/2012 4:06:00 AM
The past few days I have been taking advantage of Chinese restaurant lunch specials in my area. Yesterday, I hit up Chop Stix (in the Eastern at Windmill Smith's shopping center).I've been going to Chop Stix for approximately five years. I expected a three to four star experience.I sat down before 4 pm, when the lunch special was still available. At Chop Stix, the lunch special is served with the crunchy noodles, a can of soda, and the entree with fried rice. Deviating from the norm of a good number of Las Vegas Chinese restaurants, chow mein noodles are not included.Chop Stix has a few things that the Chinese restaurants that I've dined in lately don't. Lo mein is offered as a lunch special entree. That was my entree! Instead of forcing won ton soup lovers to fork over $6 for a quart of won ton soup, Chop Stix also serves a pint of it for $2.65. Minus the chow mein, a larger portion of the meal features the entree.The service is average. Sure, I would of enjoyed the won ton soup ahead of the entree, and not to have had to get up to ask for duck sauce, then for a straw. In life nothings perfect.Before the tip, a lunch special plus a pint of won ton soup costed approximately $8.50. Wow! All this freshly cooked Chinese food runs for around the exact price of Panda Express.
Reviewed by: Jarred P. on: 2/3/2012 5:09:00 PM
This place gets 4 stars based on its value alone. We work around the corner and order takeout 2-3 times a month. They are always very friendly and for the $5-6 lunch menu, you really get a lot of food. My particular favorites are the General Tso chicken, sweet and sour chicken, and orange chicken. I probably would not get the kung pao or hot and sour soup again though. They were not bad, just not one of their better items. For basic Chinese food, this place is quite good.
Reviewed by: Kris J. on: 1/26/2012 5:05:00 AM
This place is so delicious! The girls from work and I eat from here often. Their lunch specials are perfect, the price is low, the portions are huge and there is always leftovers..all for only 6.00!
Reviewed by: Larry K. on: 1/15/2012 10:40:00 AM
Placed an order for delivery on phone at 6:45 pm. They said it would arrive in approx 45 min. 1 hour later i called them. They stated that it was on the way. Called them again at 8pm, they said so sorry, give you 50% off. Waited untill 8:30, still no food. Called them back again and told them to stuff it. VERY POOR! Would not recommend this joint to anyone. Very, very poor!
Reviewed by: Lisa L. on: 1/14/2012 8:49:00 AM
My roommate and I were craving chinese take out, and we had no idea where to go! We found chopstix on yelp, and decided to try it. Wow!! You get so much food for such a cheap price! The value is great, and the food is excellent! I will definitely be going back!
Reviewed by: robinlu on: 2/2/2013 5:02:44 PM
Their spacialties are Mongolian flavor and Orange Chicken, m a big fan of them.
Reviewed by: greytphoenix on: 2006-03-10
Excellent food, and you can drive through too. Food is fresh and tasty. They have excellent General Tao Chicken and fried rice. Highly recommended, especially for the lunch bargains. Can't make it for lunch, they have late lunch-early dinner ...?