Located next to a bowling alley, China Palace is easy to miss with its unassuming facade. With a small, intimate interior, China Palace offers both traditional Chinese fare and some Taiwanese specialties. On a menu written in both Chinese and English, a diner will find offerings such as spicy ginger pork intestines (薑絲大場, 辣), Chang's dan-dan noodles (老張擔擔麵), and five flavored baby-back ribs noodle soup (五香小排骨湯) as well as more familiar broccoli and beef and General Tso's chicken. Although relatively small, several large tables equipped with lazy Susans are available for bigger parties. A glassed in area attached to the main restaurant is perfect for dinner with a view. There is a cocktail lounge, and the restaurant serves alcohol.