Monday, December 31, 2012
An essential get-me-going daily morning column from Hamilton-Wenham Patch.
Today is Monday, Dec. 31. Here are five things you need to know in Hamilton and Wenham: 1. Clouds: The sky will be mostly cloudy on Monday, with no precipitation forecasted, and high temperatures into the mid-30s. The wind will also continue to blow. 2. New Year’s Eve: The Kid’s Countdown event at Wenham Museum on New Year’s Eve is already sold out. But there’s plenty of other things going on, including Beverly’s New Year and the oldest and biggest First Night celebration in the county – First Night Boston. 3. Chinese Food: For some people, eating Chinese food in a tradition on New Year’s Eve. At some restaurants, the orders stack up so get your order in early. Here in the two towns, we have the Jumbo House, but we have assembled a list of…
For many families, ordering Chinese food is a New Year's Eve tradition. There are plenty of places to get Chinese food near Hamilton and Wenham.
It's New Year's Eve, and that means many people might be looking for Chinese food, either to schedule ahead a delivery or plan a pick-up. So, instead of flipping through the phone book and launching into a Web search, here are the Chinese restaurants in Hamilton and neighboring communities. Click on the links to get the full directory listing for restaurants in Patch towns, with phone numbers and other details. There's one Chinese food restaurant, Jumbo House, here in the two towns, so we have added other options in neighboring Essex, Ipswich and North Beverly. If you have any additions or corrections, add them in the comments section. If you are getting some Chinese on New Year's, share your experiences with us in the comments.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
This week's North Shore Nibbles take a look around the area at some Chinese food options.
Each Thursday, Hamilton-Wenham Patch brings you North Shore Nibbles, with a look at dining options in the region. This week, we take a look at Chinese food. The General Gao chicken is a favorite at Fortune Palace II, which sits along the causeway in Essex. Customers can choose to make it hot or not. Another dish that many people like is the triple nut delight, manager Fang Lau said. It includes chicken, beef and shrimp served with cashew nuts, honey walnuts and peanuts. For appetizers, people usually order chicken wings and Crab Rangoons, said Lau. Open for 17 years, they also serve sushi. Order the spicy Tuna Maki or if you aren't as adventurous a California roll with suffice. Danvers The most popular dish at Hong Kong Cafe is the …