Based on reviews, I decided to make the 1 mile walk to Yan's Kitchen, hoping to get some Chinese food that was tasty and hopefully, a notch above the take out slop that too many Chinese restaurants settle for. The best I can say is that when I arrived back at my hotel, the food was still hot. It was the oiliest, gummiest Chinese food I've eaten in years. It was monotonal in flavor without any real nuances. I really wanted to like it, as it is obviously a family business run by an aging husband and wife. It's one meal I'll never get back. If you are looking, I recommend that you keep looking.
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