Dimsum and a show Jan 25 2020 at 12:30

Holidays @ Chopstix

All Chopstix Gourmet locations are open on Wednesday Jan 1. Our Rosedale location will be serving Dim Sum.

Come celebrate the New Year with us.

Chopstix @ Rosedale Location

Chopstix Gourmet Reviews




Specialized Banquet Services

Chopstix at Rosedale Location only

Contact us for Specialized Banquet Services


Multi-Purpose Party Room
1.Main Dining Room Capacity 280
2. Private Room 1. Capacity 70
3. Private Room 2. Capacity 140

Private Karaoke Rooms
1. Private KTV Room 3. Capacity 30
2. Private KTV Room 4. Capacity 20


Make your special occasions more memorable by choosing to host a big
bash in one of our spacious party room at Chopstix Gourmet Rosedale.
Featuring a center stage and podium with state of the art audio and lighting.
This elegant setting is capable of hosting up to 280 guests.

We also have private rooms that ideal for smaller groups, perfect for meetings or a private parties.

We have a variety of space that is perfect for
*Private parties and Karaoke rooms
*and other special events


Chopstix at the Rosedale Location features
*Elegant setting for up to 280 guests in the main dining room.
*Private rooms available for smaller groups, meetings or private parties
*Private KTV Karaoke rooms with singing and lighting equipment
*Indoor and outdoor parking

Reserve Our Party Room For Your Special Event
Please call (410)866-2903 or
email us chopstix389@yahoo.com


Indoor parking available at Chopstix of Rosedale


Dimsum at Chopstix Rosedale Location

Harford Magazine’s pick for Best Asian Restaurant of 2017

Chopstix Gourmet is Harford Magazine’s pick for Best Asian Restaurant of 2017
Thank you for your support.

Chopstix Gourmet wins Taste of Harford

Taste of HarfordCongratulations for being one of the “Taste of Harford Best of Dining 2013 Winners.” This distinguished honor is certainly well deserved and I am sure you are proud of this outstanding achievement. To be recognized as one of the best is quite simply ….the best!

The journey to this level of success undoubtedly was a challenging one, as anything worth pursuing usually is. I am well aware of the tireless efforts, long hours and dedication it takes to lead a successful restaurant. It has been said that the “proof is in the pudding” well in this case the proof is the Asian food. Best Asian Food is a very prestigious honor.

In the words of Theodore Roosevelt “Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard and work worth doing.”

Best wishes for the continued success in all your future endeavors


Harford County Executive

David R. Craig




Chopstix Gourmet is so much nicer and prettier than the typical strip-mall Chinese restaurant, it’s partly because the three-year-old Honeygo Village Center where it’s located is not a traditional strip mall, or even a shopping center. It’s more of a trees-and-sidewalks lifestyle center. It looks a lot like a mini version of the nearby Avenue at White Marsh, not quite suburban but not really a small town, more a place in between. There sometimes seems like there’s no in-between with Chinese restaurants – they’re either dumps or discotheques – but Chopstix is comfortable and cheerful without being slick and loud.

Inside, there are traditional elements like shoji screens but contemporary influences like a subdued lighting scheme that doesn’t make you feel as if you’re eating dinner in an ice cream parlor. Chopstix is just pretty enough to make you feel like you’re going to get an efficiently served, well-prepared meal that won’t break your dining-out budget. This turned out to be exactly the case.

The menu is extensive. Chopstix features Chinese and Japanese cuisines and offers plentiful choices in both. This is something that’s probably rougher on a restaurant reviewer (who’s trying to order a representative meal) than a regular customer, who might be happy to have so much to choose from: teriyaki and tempura dishes; sushi rolls, regular and specialty; sushi bar entrees; and dozens of Chinese entrees, themselves divided up into sizzling specialties, healthy entrees (lower in sodium, and served with brown rice), fried rice and noodle dishes, and sauteed entrees sorted by chicken, pork and fish. And then, a list of chef’s favorites.

The good news is that you can’t really go wrong. The only thing that might disappoint you at Chopstix Gourmet is its version of the most familiar Chinese menu items; at least that’s what I thought about the kung pao shrimp. My theory is that this is the kind of thing that tastes best the worse it is for you. A kung pao dish prepared with lighter oils, and tricked out with fresh vegetables, like the version at Chopstix, can never be as guiltily satisfying as the bad-news glop you get in that hole in the wall.

Go instead for something a little more elaborate, such as the basil seafood combo. More or less a typical stir-fry dish, what made it nicer was the abundance of vivid green, from the basil, of course, and from string beans, snow peas and green peppers. Chopstix does a great job with presentation, particularly in delightful garnishes like a flower formed from a radish. The basil had a hard time competing with the dish’s salty tendencies, but it did come through.

It’s hard to resist a sizzling dish, especially if one gets carried by your table on its way somewhere else. The one we ordered, a seafood combination over pan-fried noodles, delivered, with a sensuous mix of crunchy and velvety textures, hot and warm temperatures, mild and strong flavors. The seafood we saw on these dishes looked good to us.

The balance of our meal was pleasurable, too, everything just a little better than ordinary because of the extra time the kitchen or sushi bar took in preparing it. Sunomono is a very simple Japanese vinegared salad, often made with slivered vegetables, but here made with fish. This one was lovely, a fan shape of glistening fish, flecked with sesame seeds. Simple appetizers, such as fried shrimp-filled shumai and a jellyfish salad, are nicely turned out, too. Jellyfish salad is not as scary as it sounds – it’s just a spicy seaweed salad, flavored with dried fish.

Chopstix Gourmet was crowded on the weeknight when we visited. This made it seem lively, even a little hip. More people I mentioned it to seemed to know about it than I would have thought. But White Marsh isn’t the remote location it used to be. This region is still growing quickly, and more decent restaurants like Chopstix are sure to follow.

By Richard Gorelick | Special to The Baltimore Sun