MenuLizard is going away soon!

We had a good run but we never figured out how to convince restaurant owners to send us their menus en masse.

We started this site in 2005. Back then, most restaurants did not have their own websites, so a central repository for menus was a very useful idea.

But now, everyone has their own website. And nobody ever sends us their menus anymore. The average menu age on MenuLizard is almost 14 years old! We will keep the site up for a little while longer, but at some point soon, we are going to pull the plug.

Thanks for using the site! It was fun making it, and we really wish it had become successful and popular. But alas, it was not meant to be!

Super Specials
Served All Day - No Substitution Please
Lunch & Dinner Specials
Served All Day - No Substitution Please
Appetizer Combinations
Pu Pu Platter
7 Varieties Served in Native Style with Flaming Hibachi Consists of Fried Shrimp, Chicken Wings, Egg Roll, Barbecued Boneless Ribs, Chicken Fingers, Teriyaki Beef, Crab Rangoon; Only One Substitution Within the Pu Pu for 2 at $1 Additional Charge
Chop Suey
Chow Mein
Fried Rice
Pad Thai
A Popular Thai Noodle Dish, Rice Noodles Stir Fried with Egg, Been Sprouts, Scallion & Ground Peanuts
Lo Mein
Soft Yellow Noodles
Egg Foo Yong
Sweet and Sour
Meatless Dishes
Hunan Style
Moo Shi Dishes
Moo shi is a classic Mandarin cooking that has been well accepted by American Chinese food lovers. It is prepared with egg, meat, mushrooms & vegetables. Served with 4 pancakes to roll up the Moo Shi. Extra pancakes are .30 each.
Kung Pao Style
This is the most famous style of Szechuan cooking invented by a teacher of a Manchu prince. It has peppers, garlic, scallions, soy sauce, sugar, peanuts & vinegar.
Szechuan Dishes
Rice Sticks (Soft White Noodles)