October 24, 2014

CHINA SEA

Let someone else do the cooking this fall, visit

Visit this familiar site on Post Road for authentic Polynesian and Cantonese fare - China Sea.
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If you have ever driven down Post Road in Warwick, there is a good chance that you have cruised right past one of the city’s the best kept culinary secrets ~ China Sea. China Sea is a cozy, family run restaurant where hungry diners will always find an abundant menu of authentic Polynesian and Cantonese cuisine. Owner Edward Chu has spent nearly 35 years devoted to making this familiar destination a place where his loyal customers can depend on excellent and affordable food, attentive and courtreous service, and a welcoming ambiance. The cooks and wait staff at China Sea are committed to giving you a memorable culinary experience every time you visit, so the next time you find yourself driving down Post Road, stop in and treat yourself to a wholesome, filling meal – and a refreshing tropical drink from their full-service bar.

Whether you are dining in or calling for a take-out order at China Sea, your list of meal options is lengthy, varied and always palate-pleasing. If you need a break from the busy rush of school, work and play, start your meal with one of China Sea’s specialty Polynesian Drinks, including the ever-popular Mai-Tai or the refreshing “Zombie”, a combination of rum, brandy and fresh tropical fruit juices. If you are with that special someone, then pull out your straw and share the sparkling “Lotus Blossom” for two.

Enjoy one of the many entrees at China Sea, such as one of these combination platters: Beef Teriyaki with an Egg Roll ; Sweet and Sour Shrimp with some glazed Boneless Ribs, Sticky Chicken wings with Egg Foo Yong or Moo Goo Gai Pan with Boneless Chicken. Included on the long list of delicious entrees are over 60 additional combination plates, including every variation of chicken, seafood, beef, duck and pork you can imagine.

There are also Moo Shi Style offerings, dishes that are cooked with tender shredded meat, lily flowers, mushrooms, cabbage and eggs and served with four “pancakes.” The list of fried rice, soups, lo mein, egg foo yong and chow mein choices is seemingly endless. China Sea also accommodates their health-conscious diners, offering a variety of vegetarian dishes which can be prepared without added salt or MSG. With so much to choose from here at China Sea, there is something for everyone!

This fall, gather the family together and head on over to this intimate, clean and comfortable retreat on Post Road. Visit China Sea today at 1278 Post Road in Warwick, on the corner of Post and Bucklin Ave.

Hours are Monday through Sunday, 12 pm to 10 pm daily. Take-out hours end at 9:50 pm. For more information or to order take-out, call 467-7440.


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