Pick Up Stix Coupons
The restaurant concept came from the innovation and ideas of Charlie Zhang – a Chinese immigrant, who arrived to the United States in 1982. His idea was to take traditional Asian food and adapt it somehow to the American customers and he did it by adding vinegar, wine, soy sauce and reducing the amount of oil. The first restaurant was opened in 1989 and nowadays there are more than 70 locations across the US. The company was acquired by the Carlson Restaurants Worldwide (CRW) in 2001 and now it is headquartered in California, it operates and owns its own food-processing facilities. Nine years later, in 2010, CRW sold the company to Lorne Goldberg Mandarin Holdings.
Pick Up Stix: The restaurant and its menu
So, did Charlie’s idea work? The answer is definitely Yes! The Pick Up Stix chain is the leader in the quick-dining segment and it has many locations across the US. The major part of Charlie’s success was developing sauces and recipes using the finest Asian traditional food and adapting them to American cuisine. As a result, these recipes and flavors became the company trademark. The company is still true to this tradition and even today the food in restaurants is prepared in open-style kitchens, so you can see how your meal is cooked before your eyes. The restaurant menu consists of shrimp, beef and chicken with brown or white rice; fried rice, chow mein and other noodle dishes. The restaurant's famous dish is called “House special chicken” – dark meat chicken with sweet brown sauce (which contains brown sugar and soy sauce). The rest of the menu consists of: Orange peel chicken; Cream cheese chicken; Beef and broccoli; Mongolian beef; Egg rolls; Shrimp with vegetables; Asian lettuce wraps.
Pick Up Stix Coupons
As it was mentioned before, the company releases their Pick Up Stix coupons that are released each month. By using a Pick Up Stix coupon you’ll always save some cash and try out some special offers, such as $2,50 delivery charge per order, free Cream Cheese coupons, $7 off Red Thai noodles and vegetables or $15 Visa card for any $150 order. Everyone can find these coupons in some magazines and on certain web-sites. For example, if you’d like to find them, just type “Pick Up Stix printable coupons 2013” or “Pizza Hut coupon codes 2013” in Google or any other search engine.