Description: During the '50s when dining out meant Chinese food or steak and lobster, these culinary cultures were cleverly combined in one kitchen. House of Chan is one of a kind and has maintained its popularity all these years.
A large bar greets the diner, and comfortable red leather booths line the wall. The center of the room has long tables that can accommodate up to 10. Another room with round tables is available for private parties of up to 45. Decor in both rooms is Chinese, with interesting lantern fixtures. All steaks are USDA Prime and the finest lobster, from our live tank, is from the East coast of Canada.
The high quality Cantonese and Szechuan food leads many of our customers to mix, match and share. Back ribs and Butterfly shrimp for starters, while chicken Chow Mein and fried rice with steak or lobster are popular examples.
Pick-up and delivery is available. Gift certificates are available and our raw steaks, ribs and chops can be purchased for your cottage and B.B.Q. needs. Dining is on a first come, first served basis, but accommodation will be made on reservations for parties of over 8. Dinner only, 7 days a week.During the '50s when dining out meant Chinese food or steak and lobster, these culinary cultures were cleverly combined in one kitchen. House of Chan is...
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