Not sure why the good reviews...... The food is pricy for what it is. Most malls have better Chinese food than Lulu's. the food is pretty much tasteless. If you like good rice this is not the place either, the rice had an off odor sort of like wet dog. About $10 each for entree and $2 for a drink, I found it a total waste of money and time eating here. My food was mushy and was so hot it appeared like it it was straight out of a microwave.
THE BEST FOOD for such a small price!!.
I am from Chicago - but everytime I am in Cincinnati - I make sure I stop for Lu-Lu's. The food is GREAT!! Cashew Chicken, Mongolian Beef, Hunan Beef, LoMein, LardNar -- you name it - is GREAT! The soups are WONDERFUL - so inexpensive and SO filling!!
The staff is FANTASTIC!! Julie is the best!! She'll call you by name & even know what you want to eat. Bonnie's smile makes you want to come back!!
Everything is wonderful. You have to try it!! Gyoza's - yum! The spring rolls are GREAT -- and the egg rolls are my FAVORITE!!
If you haven't gone - GO!! What are you waiting for? Even get some to go.... it's the best!!
Not worth it, Bland. I had the Pad Thai and it was very bland, not nearly enough spice or peanut flavor. Also, there are a lot of "extra charges". $1.25 to use credit cards, 0.15 for fortune cookies and .25 for fountain drink refills! I know they aren't much but kind of silly when you consider how much they make on fountain drinks! I guess my review would not have taken the extra charges into account if the food had been more flavorful. Even the crab rangoons that got rave reviews from others were mediocre to me. They had little to no crab in them. I will stick with Teak in Mt. Adams for my PadThai fixes. My friends that went with me had General Tso's chicken and said it tasted like Barbecue instead of spicy.
Tasty Asian rice and noodle dishes make this a Tri-County favorite..
Tucked away in a shopping center near the bustling Tri-County mall, Lu Lu's might escape most people's notice if it weren't for the long lines of people waiting for a table. The popular menu is a combination Chinese and Thai influence. Soups, especially the tangy Tom Yum with shrimp, are not to be passed up. Main course options include pad thai, Thai-style ramen and rice-noodle soup, prepared with chicken, pork, beef, shrimp or tofu.
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