The food at this place is very good. They have a lot to choose from and their chop suey is very good. Their egg rolls have a strong ginger taste. Very good food all in all.
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Stopped in after jury duty for a little lunch and was very impressed with the flavors of everything I tried! Even brought my husband home some Mongolian Beef for dinner and the rest of my potstickers that I couldn't finish. Not super fancy, definitely a...More
I ordered a lunch special of fried rice, chicken chow mein, and egg foo yong. Service was fast. Chow mein was made with all dark meat chicken and wasn't good quality of meat. Egg foo yong had a sauce on it that wasn't good.
my dish was fine - the mu-shu. the rest of the family's food looked very unappetizing - deep fried and very greasy. Very old-school restaurant, and I'm guessing the clientele are die-hards who've been going there for years. You either love it or hate it,...More
We went on a Sunday for lunch, they were quite busy, it looks like there are many regular patrons. Much of the food is fried. I had the chicken chow mein, it had only about 5 tiny pieces of chicken. Mostly bean sprouts and celery...More
Come here for the food. This is an old-fashioned restaurant with vinyl booths, plain formica tables and outdated décor. There is plenty of seating and the service is friendly and fast. The recipes are traditional, tried and true. I ordered one of the lunch specials...More
Stopped for lunch here yesterday with some fellow jurors. The decor is a bit dated but service was excellent as well as the food. I choose the potstickers and the egg flower soup. The soup was one of the best I have tasted and the...More