Spent the day at the zoo found it on TA. Walked down for a late lunch. I had the pad thai it was very good.
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We visited for the first time and took advantage of the lunch specials. We ordered the Almond Fried Chicken and the House Chow Mein. Included with the meals was a cup of soup, egg roll, steamed rice, tea and a fortune cookie. Believe me, the...More
I like this place. This restaurant is always full of customers, so it is a bit busy. But all the menu are so tasty. I recommend Mongolian beef for sure!
We ordered take-out for four and had enough food for more than 2 complete meals. Mu shu pork was terrific, as was the sweet and sour pork, Mongolian beef, chicken, and rice dishes. Will definitely be coming back for more!
We walked here from my fiends...which is great because street parking is slim. First let me say that I have traveled in China so my bar is QUITE HIGH. There is no Chinese place I have eaten that compares to food in China...but we have...More
We were in Seattle vacationing and decided to try this small restaurant for dinner. The soups and spring rolls were so amazing that night we went for a second visit a few nights later. We ordered different entries, I had a spicy rice noodle/beef dish,...More
Mu shu pork plentiful but with little flavor; veggies carelessly cut, large chunks. Accompanying pancakes were cold, brittle. Singapore noodles also little flavor, with tough pork slices, little egg, little flavor; spicing wildly uneven. Service was friendly. With dozens of other similar restaurants around, I'd...More
I hesitate to review Chef Liao because they are so good that I don't want it to get overly popular! We stumbled across this one day when we were looking for some good Hot & Sour Soup. They have the friendliest staff (family owned), large...More
It's in my neighborhood and a substantial number of us eat here. The food is good, the family that runs it are very nice people. So, at our house when no one feels like cooking we walk up the street and eat here since we...More