Here in Ft. Wayne, we have a plethora of Asian-inspired eateries. But if you're in the mood for some good sweet-and-sour pork, you have to try out some of our Chinese food places. So, whet your appetite and get your chopsticks ready - here are three of the best in town!

Top 3 Chinese Take-Out Restaurants in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Double Dragon Food
  1. Hop Sing's Chinese Food
    6214 Stellhorn Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46815

    No bias here - it's just the best place for sweet and sour pork and crab Rangoon anywhere in town. This little shop is strictly drive-thru, and the owners really put their hearts into their cooking. The sweet and sour pork and chicken have a good amount of tender-crisp veggies and not too much sauce tossed in with the golden-fried meat. A small cup of rice accompanies each dish. The crab Rangoon is large, tangy and not sweet - perfect. And, if you'd rather have something besides sweet and sour pork, check out the menu, there is a lot to choose from, including kung pao, cashew chicken, almond chicken, and many more entrees. Soups, egg rolls, and wontons are also on the menu.
  2. Peking Restaurant
    6512 E State Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46815

    Want hot food and plenty of it? Check out the Peking restaurant. This is a place that doesn't skimp on the meat or rice, and they include a lidded container of sauce when you order sweet and sour pork or chicken so you can season to your own taste. Designed like a little café, you walk up to the counter and order from the big light-up board behind the cashier. Orders are recorded on squares of cut cardboard, then transmitted to the kitchen. You can watch and listen as ingredients are poured into hot kettles; the sizzle gets your taste buds working. You can either carry out your order or sit down at one of the tables and enjoy your meal immediately.
  3. The Double Dragon
    117 W Wayne St, Fort Wayne, IN 46802

    Right in the middle of downtown Ft. Wayne, the Double Dragon has been doing business for a number of years right from a small storefront. Office workers like to stop by and sit at any one of the tables inside, during lunch break. There is also a delivery car that speedily zooms in and out of the tight parallel parking spaces in front. This is a café counter where you walk up, order, and carry out or eat in. Listen to the clatter of cooking and anticipate the meal that is to be - it's always a busy scene with lively chatter amongst the staff. In the dining area, big windows give you a bright view of the street.