John Zhao and Tommy Tang are the dynamic duo of Chinese cuisine and authentic Cantonese cooking in Tampa Bay. Yummy is becoming itâ€™s own name brand in all respects.
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The Yummy Noodle House is just a few blocks down from the original Yummy House and offers a diversified menu with plenty of noodle creations that aren't available at the original. If that's not your style, you can still order off their 3 for $22 menu and have some Yummy House favorites, such as Salt and Pepper Calamari (yes!) and Sweet and Sour Pork (amazing!). The best thing about this location is lots of people are unaware it exists so you don't have the same crazy crowds at this restaurant. Service is better here, but the restaurant is small and cramped so as far as aesthetics go - it certainly goes for the whole in the wall feel. The parking lot is a little bit creepy at night, but worth it since this location is open til midnight for all you late-night Chinese food craving people. Solid restaurant.
Pros: Great food, 3 for $22 deal, Salt and Pepper Calamari, Good service, Open until midnight
Cons: A little bit creepy at night outside