Sterling Heights, MI

Where to get the best authentic Chinese cuisine in Sterling Heights

Honey Reitenberger

STERLING HEIGHTS, MI - Sterling Heights is a wonderful place to be for those who love Chinese food. We’ve compiled the best restaurants in Sterling Heights that serve a wide variety of Chinese cuisine - mainly traditional ones - to make it easier for you to choose where to get lunch or dinner from.

  • Wing Lee Chinese Restaurant

Originally established in 1980 then bought by the current owners in 2000, Wing Lee Chinese Restaurant serves some of the best classic Chinese cuisines in Sterling Heights. Throughout the city, it is well-known for its creative interpretations of classic meals as well as its emphasis on utilizing only high-quality fresh ingredients. Lunch offerings at Wing Lee Chinese Restaurant are relatively affordable, with most being around $6 for a combo dish. You’ll find chicken chop suey, Hunan chicken, moo goo gai pan, house unique duck delicacy, wild peppered duck, and beef with broccoli.

  • Trizest Restaurant

Trizest offers a diverse range of traditional cuisine, including vegetarian options. All their dishes are made with fresh ingredients, not to mention its generous portions and the courteous service by the staff. Among the must-try items are spicy eggplant, crispy squid, and cold noodles. Located at the end of a strip mall, plenty of free parking spots are usually available. If you’re planning to come here, they are open every day but Monday.

  • House of Chan

This is the locals’ go-to place for General Tso's chicken as it is served with a unique and tasty sauce. Their Shrimp in Lobster Sauce, as well as their Cashew Chicken or Shrimp, are all worth trying for. They are quick in providing the customers so you won’t have to worry about spending much to wait for food. You should also try the cream cheese wontons, chicken lettuce wraps, fried prawns, pot stickers (dumplings), cha shui pork, grilled spareribs, and teriyaki beef skewers.

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