Chinese restaurants in the U.S. command a market size of $16.4 billion as of 2021. The growth of Chinese restaurants stands is 6.9% per year, although the global pandemic did stymie growth. As of 2014, there were 41,000 Chinese restaurants scattered across the U.S., run mostly by independent owner operators.  That’s about three times the number of McDonald’s franchise units in the country.

Whether you’re a Chinese food or looking for the right advertising slogan for your restaurant, we’ve got you covered.? This is our compilation of the best Chinese food slogans, quotes, and taglines that will make you hungry for some General Tso’s Chicken takeout.

Chinese Food Slogans

  • Time For A Chinese Food.
  • Dimsum Galore!
  • Chinese Food’s Finest
  • We Know How To Make Deliciousness Taste Great.
  • Award-Winning Chinese Food.
  • Driven By Chinese Food.
  • Many Countries, One Chinese Food.
  • Get That Chinese Food Habit.
  • Tradition And Taste.
  • The Best In Asia.
  • There’s Nothing Better than Chinese Leftovers.
  • Peking Duck go Cluck, Cluck, Cluck.
  • More Than Just Delicious.
  • Let’s Grab Chinese Food!
  • Don’t Just Do It, Chinese Food It.
  • We Make It Right!
  • I Found My Chinese Food!
  • Enjoy our Delicious Chinese Egg Rolls.
  • Sweet and Sour Everything.
  • Our Chinese Dumplings are the Best.
  • Everything You Want In Chinese Food.
  • Chinese Food Evolution.
  • We Eat It Every Day.
  • Probably The Best Chinese Food In The World.
  • The Future Of Chinese Food.
  • It’s Your Chinese Food!
  • Sweet and Sour Hour of Power.

Chinese Food Quotes

“Chinese food tries to engage the mind, not just the palate. To provoke the intellect.” – Nicole Mones

“I’m obsessed with Chinese food and culture. It’s food that I adore above all others.” – Andrew Zimmern

Beef and broccoli.

“As long as there’s pasta and Chinese food in the world, I’m okay.” – Michael Chang

“I love Chinese food, like steamed dim sum, and I can have noodles morning, noon, and night, hot or cold. I like food that’s very simple on the digestive system – I tend to keep it light.” – Shilpa Shetty

“I can’t stay away from Chinese food. I really love that stuff.” – Shaun White

“In the States, you can buy Chinese food. In Beijing, you can buy a hamburger. It’s very close. Now I feel the world become a big family, like a really big family. You have many neighbors. Not like before, two countries are far away.” – Jet Li

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“One good thing about being brought up with Chinese food from another country means that you’re not a purist and you will accept deviation.” – Alvin Leung

“On Christmas, my family and I see a movie and go out for Chinese food. We don’t celebrate Christmas in the traditional sense, in that we do not actually celebrate Christmas.” – Eden Sher

“We might be shifting away from a Eurocentric view of the United States into something that’s much more multicultural, multinational, and Chinese food is just one slice of that.” – Jennifer Lee

“My food demons are Chinese food, sugar, butter.” – Kirstie Alley

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“My favourite thing in the world is going out to get Chinese food, then coming home and renting a movie.” – Bindi Irwin

“A ritual or tradition can be as simple as something you do every night, like read a story to a small child, or something you do weekly, such as go out for Chinese food.” – Elizabeth Berg

“I’m something of a foodie, I guess, and I’m a big Chinese food fan.” – H. Jon Benjamin

“There’s a camaraderie that comes with this sport, but fighting Anderson Silva is a lot like eating Chinese food: twenty minutes after I do it, I’m going to want to do it again.” Chael Sonnen

“Not like Chinese food, where you eat it and then you feel hungry an hour later.” – Ray Liotta

“The urge for Chinese food is always unpredictable: famous for no occasion, standard fare for no holiday, and the constant as to demand is either whim, the needy plebiscite of instantly famished drunks, or pregnancy.” – Alexander Theroux

“I may have ruined my life, but at least I got to eat some really good Chinese food.” – Louis Sachar

“I was eating in a Chinese restaurant downtown. There was a dish called Mother and Child Reunion. It’s chicken and eggs. And I said I gotta use that one.” – Paul Simon

“Alcohol is the devil and I need Chinese food.” – Rihanna

Chinese Takeout.

“I just love Chinese food. My favorite dish is number 27.” – Clement Attlee

“I’m a big fish eater. Salmon – I love salmon. My sister loves Chinese food and sushi and all that. I’m not as big of a fan, but she likes it so we eat it a lot. So I’m beginning to like it more. I don’t like raw sushi. I liked the cooked crab and lobster and everything.” – Elle Fanning

“”When it comes to Chinese food I have always operated under the policy that the less known about the preparation the better. A wise diner who is invited to visit the kitchen replies by saying, as politely as possible, that he has a pressing engagement elsewhere.” – Calvin Trillin

Taglines for Chinese Restaurants

  • Chinese Food You’ll Love.
  • Nothing Is Real Without It.
  • It’s Rare To Find A Better One With Exquisite Service.
  • Every Bite Is Special.
  • It’s Like Nothing Else You’ve Ever Tasted Before.
  • From Our Kitchen To Your Plate.
  • The Science Of Chinese Cuisine.
  • Your Satisfaction Is Our Inspiration.
  • Every Bite Tastes Better.
  • We Serve Them Up.
  • Simply The Best Chinese Restaurant.
  • Today’s Chinese Restaurant, Since (Year).
  • More Than Just Chinese Food.
  • You Can Always Have It Here.
  • Served In Excellent Style.
  • The Chinese Restaurant For Everybody.
  • Fine Chinese Food.

Chinese immigrants have developed communities across many parts of the world. Chinese mass emigration started around the 19th century to 1949 brought about by starvation, corruption, and war in mainland China. These migration patterns have resulted in the expansion of this dynamic cuisine across the world as well.

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These immigrants lived together in groups we now know as “Chinatown” and operated restaurants initially patronized exclusively by the immigrants themselves. Most of these small-town restaurant owners were self-taught and cooked with what ingredients available to them at the time. These small restaurants adapted their recipes and menus to better suit the American palate. We look forward to the continued flavor innovation of this cuisine in the future.

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