After a long day of travel, the clerk at our hotel recommended this restaurant for a good Chinese dinner. There was a large selection of entrees and we ate our fill. Since we do not eat sushi or seafood , I was initially reticent about finding enough selections. I did not think that the facility was clean enough and the dining room temperature was too warm.
Since our chances of ever returning to this restaurant are remote, All I can say is that two weary travelers had a satisfactory meal.
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