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New China Restaurant: Hole in the Wall in Manteca, CA

We were in Manteca to fetch some water. Then we decided to check out a local restaurant for late lunch. One restaurant had really good reviews on both Google and Yelp. So we decided to check it out.

New China Restaurant is located at the Marketplace shopping complex along Yosemite Avenue. The restaurant is a Chinese restaurant. But people were raving about their sushi. Sushi of course is Japanese. I'm a sucker for Japanese food and you can imagine my excitement.

We ordered some combination plates and prawn tempura. I had a combination plate with fried rice, deep fried shrimps, and sweet and sour pork. My brother had one with chow mien, fried rice and deep fried shrimp.

Combination plate from New China Restaurant
Sweet and sour pork, fried rice, and deep fried shrimps: $6.75


The fried rice was good. The sweet and sour pork dish is a gem. It's really good. And I'd definitely go back for it. The chow mien had lots of vegetables on it. My brother didn't love it as much as I did though.

Combination plate from New China Restaurant
Deep fried shrimps, fried rice, and chow mien: $6.50

The prawn tempura was below expectations. The same goes with the deep fried shrimp. Both were too oily. They did give it the right crunch. But we could taste more flour than prawns or shrimps. It felt like eating those shrimp-flavored junk foods.

Prawn tempura from New China Restaurant
Prawn tempura: $7.95


On hindsight, we should have ordered sushi. After all, it was what people were writing good reviews about. But I guess we were just true lovers of tempura. We always order tempura when we see it on the menu.

Location and Contact Information

Address: 1457 West Yosemite Avenue, Manteca, California 95337
Telephone Number: 209 825 1517
Website: New China Restaurant
Facebook Page: New China Restaurant

Have you tried the oriental dishes at New China Restaurant in Manteca? Which ones are your favorites? YOu may tell us in the comments below.
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Brothers Janus and Thadz document their travels around the United States and occasionally around the world.

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