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  • Restaurants-Asian
    • Bo Ling Chop Suey Palace
        • The old man originally thought he was getting a bowling alley for his grand prize. Ralphie and his family end up at a Chinese restaurant called "Bo Ling". The restaurant's sign is from a bowling alley with the 'W' removed.
    • Canal's Treat Vietnamese
        • Restaurant where Danny runs into a wounded Golden Tiger gang member. (Season 2 episode The City's Not for Burning)
    • China Garden
        • Paul tells Rachel he made a reservation. 
(Season 6 episode The One With the Ring)
    • China Panda
        • Chinese restaurant that won't deliver the flounder she wants to Elaine's apartment, so Elaine pretends she lives in a janitor's closet across the street. (Season 8 episode The Pothole)
    • Chinese Food
        • Generic Chinese fast food restaurant in the food court in Springfield Mall. Abe mentions that he sits near the trash in the food court at the mall so that people have to come up to them. (Season 17 episode Homer's Paternity Coot)
    • Chinese Restaurant
        • Generic Chinese restaurant where Allegra and Pikul eat lunch when working at the Trout Farm while playing the eXistenZ video game. "Be sure to ask for 'the Special'... and don't take no for an answer."
    • Chinese Room
        • Chinese restaurant next door to laundromat where Colin and Heidi have dinner. (Episode Toys)
    • Chinese Smorgasbord
        • Chinese restaurant in the background when Marge suggests the town spend Mr. Burns' money on fixing up Main Street. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Comidas Chinas Y Criollas
        • The Soft Master's Cuban-Chinese restaurant in Spanish Harlem, New York City (first seen in Issue #26 Snake-Eyes: The Origin) Ninja Force finally takes down the Soft Master's old sign when they're cleaning up the place, opening a new dojo to teach martial arts. (Issue #145 Threads and Resolutions)
    • Crouching Dragon
        • The family eats out at a Chinese restaurant. When the waiter asks, "What can I get for you sonny boy," the son says, "I guess I'll have an egg roll and some rice. My dad says that's the closest thing you have to a hot dog and french fries."
    • Dave's
        • Two different Mandarin restaurants. Jerry's ex-girlfriend Courtney recommends the Dave's in Shanghai, which is not the same as the Hong Kong Dave's. (Season 3 episode Jerry Robinson Crusoe)
    • Dragon of the Black Pool
        • Chinese restaurant where Marshall's family eats, reference tp Big Trouble in Little China. (episode No Brain, No Pain)
    • Duffy's Cantonese Kitchen
        • Local restaurant. The family eats Cantonese take-out in their new house.
    • Empire Wok
        • Asian restaurant. (Season 2 episode Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker)
    • Fists of Curry
        • Asian restaurant mentioned by the Dwarf Star Technologies scientist Eric's co-workers (Season 2 Episode 9 Going Out Fighting)
    • General Shu's Gemini Dragon
        • Chinese restaurant where Max used to work, where his friend Randall still works. Max visits Randall to see if he wants to go camping. (Part One) Max visits Randall 39 at work. (Part Two)
    • Genghis Connie's Chinese Restaurant
        • Connie is also Luke's landlord. (Season 1 episode Moment of Truth)
    • The Golden MSG
        • A restaurant in Chinatown seen during the sequence when Jay takes a girl on a tour of New York City (Season 2 episode Lady Hawke)
    • Golden Sands
        • Chinese restaurant in New York City, front for the criminal syndicate Yangshi Gongsi / the Yang Clan Company. (Season 1 episode Eight Diagram Dragon Palm)
    • Hong Kong Chinese Food
        • Wade, Arturo, D.E.R.I.C. and E.R.I.C.A. walk past a Chinese restaurant called Hong Kong Chinese Food on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • The House of Blue Leaves
        • Japanese restaurant, and the headquarters of O-Ren Ishii and the Crazy 88.
    • House of Frying Daggers
        • Asian restaurant mentioned by the Dwarf Star Technologies scientist Eric's co-workers (Season 2 Episode 9 Going Out Fighting)
    • Hunan balcony
        • Chinese restaurant where Jerry meets Donna Chang. (Season 6 episode The Chinese Woman)
    • Hunan Palace
        • Chinese restaurant Frasier endorses (Season 1 episode Selling Out)
        • Mentioned by Eric in school parking lot when they're talking about biodiesel fuel smelling like eggrolls, runs on leftover fry oil from Hunan Palace.
    • Imperial Panda
        • Restaurant in the Starcourt Mall that's involved with the Russians, which Robin figures out after cracking part of the Russian code: A trip to China sounds nice if you tread lightly. (Season 3 episode Chapter Three: The Case of the Missing Lifeguard)
    • The Karachi Hibachi
        • Homer and Marge visit the Springfield Squidport food court. When Marge orders chicken tandoori from The Karachi Hibachi and Homer orders beef wellington from The London Broil, it is revealed that all of the restaurants are connected to a single chef preparing "all purpose meat". Participating restaurants include Have it Uruguay, What They Eat in Iceland, The Karachi Hibachi, The London Broil, A Taste of Serbia, Mussolini and Frank's, and Iraq E. Cheese's. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Kiyoshi's
        • Restaurant where Homer meets his date, Yassi. (Season 2 episode SYZYGY)
    • Little Saigon Diner
        • Kelly tracks down her birth father at his restaurant. She eats dinner, but does not reveal herself. "Vietnamese Chinese & French Cuisine" (Season 2 episode And Here's to You)
    • Madame Chang's
        • Chinese restaurant where Jerry and Elaine and supposed to meet George. (Season 8 episode The Little Jerry)
    • Madame Chao's
        • Restaurant where Homer and Mindy are sent for dinner after being crowned king and queen of the National Energy Convention. "Sexiest Chinese restaurant in Capital City" (Season 5 The Last Temptation of Homer)
    • Mama Lee's
        • The Commission employees transporting The Handler's body to the incinerator discuss getting fried wontons at Mama Lee's, shortly before The Handler wakes up. (Season 2 episode The Frankel Footage)
    • Mandarin Oriental
        • Restaurant that Beck's friend Peach mentions. (Season 1 episode The Captain)
    • Mickey Mao's
        • Chinese restaurant from Itchy and Scratchy cartoon. "All you can eat cat special" (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • Ming Gardens
        • Asian restaurant that Matt is expecting delivery from when Jenna first shows up, suddenly 30 years old.
    • Mister Wong's Happy Mu Shu Palace
        • The world's greatest ping-pong instructor Mister Wong's restaurant. "If Mu Shu fits, wear it."
    • Mr. Choo's
        • Chinese restaurant where Michael eats lunch after Jim leaves him at the gas station. (Season 7 episode The Search)
    • Mr. Lee's Chinese Cuisine
        • Chinese restaurant that serves interesting fortune cookies. "If you love your Pekingese don't ask for a doggie bag." (episode The Misfortune Cookie)
    • Nakatomi Sushi
        • Abed: So this is Christmas. Just this. I was hoping we could do a Die Hard in a restaurant. There's a place called Nakatomi Sushi. I hear the Hans Grouper is to die for. (Season 4 episode Intro to Knots)
    • Nguyen Noodle Bar
        • Charge on Joe and Love's Madre Linda Trust Bank statement. (Season 3 episode Into the Woods)
    • The Noodle Palace
        • Asian restaurant near where A-Train got his Compound V. (Season 1 episode Good for the Soul)
    • Noolong
        • The name of the restaurant on the box of noodles in Jerry's refrigerator.
    • Oasis Cocktail Lounge
        • Bob and Emily double date with Carol and Howard at a bad Chinese restaurant. (Season 1 episode Bob and Emily and Howard and Carol and Jerry)
    • Paper Lantern
        • Chinese restaurant Maxville where Warren Peace works as a busboy.
    • Ping's
        • Take-out Ponch brings Jon at L.A. hospital, where Jon is taken after being hit by Ray's Hummer.
    • Pu Ping Chinese Food
        • Asian take-out container at Druggie's house, full of cigarette butts. Pu Ping: It sounds like "pooping".
    • Royal Dragon
        • Chinese Restaurant where the Defenders eat dinner and get to know each other. (Episode Royal Dragon)
    • San Tung Chinese Restaurant
        • Chinese restaurant (Season 1 episode The Female of the Species)
    • Satay Day Night Fever
        • Asian restaurant in the new neighborhood. (Season 3 episode The Worst Possible Use of Freewill)
    • Shi Shan China Restaurant
        • All you can eat buffet restaurant Jerry asks Fiona to go out to dinner with him. She stands him up to sing karaoke.
    • Silver Lotus Restaurant
        • Restaurant where Colleen goes looking for furniture shop owner Frank Choi, hoping he may have answers regarding the box she found with her family crest. (Season 2 episode The Fury of Iron Fist)
    • Sushi by Ernie
        • Harry takes the former nun out for sushi where she orders a Harvey Wallbanger, sings and passes out. (Season 2 episode The Nun)
    • The Szechuan Dragon
        • Chinese restaurant where Monica was found standing outside staring at a parking meter, depressed about breaking up with Richard. (Season 3 episode The One With the Princess Leia Fantasy)
    • Tasty Orders
        • Chinese restaurant where Donna gets a job as a delivery person. Phone 555-014.
    • Toe Fung
        • Asian fast food restaurant in the Merpal's Mall food court where Beth and Summer eat lunch. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Tokyo Roe's Sushi Bar
        • When Homer convinces Moe the end of the world is coming, he sells the bar to some Japanese business men and has to work as a sushi chef. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • Udon
        • Asian fast food restaurant in the Merpal's Mall food court where Beth and Summer eat lunch. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Wong Boys
        • Chinese restaurant where Mitch orders Chinese food after receiving the offer from Bendini, Lambert & Locke.
    • Wu's Diamond Garden Sea Food Restaurant
        • Cantonese restaurant decorated with lacquered woodwork, red wallpaper, 3-D plaster dragons, paper lanterns, and rows of crispy Peking duck hanging by their necks in the front window.
    • Zhu's Authentic Hong Kong Food
        • Restarant beneath the Ghostbusters headquarters.

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