I stopped at Leeann Chin for lunch yesterday and got the Imperial Plate - that consists of 1/2 appetizer (I picked my favorite - Oyster Wings), 1/2 entree (House Chicken), and a half order of a rice or noodles (fried rice was my choice). I like that Leeann Chin is always consistent - the Oyster Wings always and fried rice taste great and the same as every other location. But I was disappointed in the House Chicken. This is chicken with a breading, in a glaze of soy sauce, garlic and green onions. It was way too salty, and the smaller pieces of chicken were simply too hard and consisted mostly of breading - hardly worth eating those. The larger pieces of chicken were tasty when I could stop shuddering from the amount of sodium I was taking in. I know that soy sauce is the base of the glaze - but maybe they can cut the soy sauce.
I'd always recommend Leeann Chin - but order something other than this House Chicken dish.
And a positive shout out for the Blaine store (on 109th) - the guy who waited on me was very pleasant and efficient.