We got there rather late and were glad the restaurant was still open and could serve us dinner. The wait time was not long. The hot and sour soup was as excellent as it was welcome, and the main dishes, when they came, were so large that we could not finish them all but had to doggy bag what we had not been able to finish. My Gen. Tso's chicken was well flavored and crunchy and the pieces were of the right size. Nor were they lathered in sauce, as is sometimes the case. Our waitress was pleasant and well spoken and served us with a smile. On the whole, a good place that is willing to compromise enough with the traditions of Chinese cuisine to appeal to mainstream American tastes but not to the point where it loses its unique Chinese quality. And the dishes are very reasonably priced.
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