The following information was recently updated on March 20, 2018
This Chinese restaurant in Taylorsville Utah offers a menu of much loved Chinese-American / Cantonese cuisine. You’ll find everything from egg foo young and moo goo gai pan through combination dinners for the indecisive. The chef’s special menu also offers a selection of dishes for the more adventuresome too.
Pearl Express menu
The following Pearl Express menu is dated March 2018:
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The above Pearl Express menu was provided by local Yelper Misty D.
What else should I know about Pearl Express
Cuisine: Chinese Don’t miss: Reservations: No Parking: Own lot Alcohol: No Service and atmosphere: Casual, table or counter service
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