6 Best Chinese Restaurants in Tucson, AZ

While not every Chinese restaurant in the States has actual cuisine brought here from Chinese cultures, there are plenty that do have that taste of authenticity. But whatever you call Chinese food, be it real or orange chicken, we have created a list of the best Chinese restaurants to attend in Tucson, Arizona.

Jun Dynasty

2933 E Grant Rd, Tucson, AZ 85716

While authentic Chinese food isn’t the thing that crosses everyone’s mind when they think of Chinese restaurants, there’s one place in Tucson that boasts the flavors of true Szechuan-style cooking. Jun Dynasty’s signature dishes scream “authenticity”, like their ribs in dry hot pot!

Ba-Dar Chinese Restaurant

7321 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85710

A celebrated Chinese food establishment is great — and one that’s been serving Tucson for almost 20 years is amazing! But what’s better than that? A crowd-pleasing hot and sour soup you can get delivered or eat in-house at Ba-Dar Chinese Restaurant!

Pot Whale Hotpot

3620 N 1st Ave #154, Tucson, AZ 85719

Spicy soups, Chinese style ribs, and other authentic delicacies can be found at Pot Whale. Come share a hotpot meal at this Chinese restaurant in Tucson and feel the genuine closeness between you and yours over some comfort food.

Fatman’s Restaurant

2610 N 1st Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719 

Did you know that Chinese cuisine includes cold dishes, like sliced beef in chili sauce? Ever tried zian oil splashing noodles, like those found in Fatman Noodle? You even get the choice to order dishes like General Tso’s chicken if you want to still hold onto your old definition of Chinese food, too!

Fish Wok

2601 E Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85716

Spicy pork noodles, a grilled fish pot, house-made dumplings, and fruit tea all sound good to you? This Chinese restaurant in Tucson, AZ offers an extensive range in dishes from the familiar, like beef lo mein, to the authentic flavors of actual Chinese family recipes. Anything is on the table!


243 E Speedway Blvd Suite 141, Tucson, AZ 85705

Here it is, folks: at eHotPot, Taiwanese classics combine the Chinese food they know and love and put them into specific recipes with Taiwan-style meat dishes and bento boxes alike. Get full-on some Taiwan sausage or a squid with Chinese barbecue sauce to understand the tastes of the island nation that’s closest to China proper.

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