Treat yourself to a meal at Warwick’s own China Sea
How do you spell "tropical getaway" when you can't really "get away"? You spell it Z-O-M-B-I-E. The "Zombie" is a refreshing combination of rums, brandy and fresh tropical fruit juices ~ and it is the wildly popular drink of choice at Warwick's very own China Sea. Sip down a feisty drink on a cold and blustery winter's day and you will feel like you have taken a mini-vacation. And if the idea of cooking after a long day of work makes you feel exhausted, how about taking a vacation from cooking? Treat yourself to a meal at China Sea, Warwick's best kept secret, found in plain sight on Post Road.
China Sea, home of flavorful and tempting Polynesian and Cantonese style food, has an inviting dining area and full-service bar which are cozy, clean and comfortable. This family-run restaurant, which opened nearly 35 years ago, gives you a memorable culinary experience with its friendly and efficient service, flavor-packed food and a welcoming ambiance. Whether you just need a cook-free night out for your family or a break from the stress of the day, China Sea is your perfect destination.
The selection of food at China Sea is diverse and abundant. Start your meal with one of their specialty Polynesian Drinks, such as the thirst-quenching "Zombie" or the equally popular Mai Tai. If you are with that special someone, then pull out your straw and share the "Lotus Blossom.”
When you are ready for some warmer fare, China Sea has an extensive menu of tasty options to choose from. The list of appetizers is lengthy, including boneless Spare Ribs, Crispy fried wontons, chicken dumplings, beef teriyaki sticks, and egg or spring rolls! Don't forget the crab rangoon, fried shrimp and buffalo wings - and this is just the beginning! Enjoy main dishes such as Moo Goo Gai Pan (mushrooms sautéed with slivers of temder chicken meat, water chestnuts and vegetables) or even the Lobster Kew, full of chunks of lobster meat.
This list goes on with over 60 combination plates, including every variation of chicken, seafood, beef, and pork. 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 options is seemingly endless. China Sea also accommodates their health-conscious diners, offering a variety of vegetable dishes which can be prepared without added salt or MSG.
China Sea is located at 1278 Post Road in Warwick, on the corner of Post and Bucklin Ave. Hours are Monday through Sunday from 12 pm to 10 pm daily. Take-out hours end at 9:30 pm. For more information or to order take-out, call 467-7440.