Food was American Chinese- OK but nothing to write home about. Fried shitake mushrooms were very good. Four seaon chicken special and kung pap shrimp were just ok . It was very good value
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We ate here a year ago and returned last night. Just like last year the food is good, well prepared. Maybe it is guaged for American tastes. Most American's don't want their food too spicy, but still want flavor, delivered to the table hot and...More
It's a nice little restaurant and has unique and exquisite dining furniture to with it. The food is so so - nothing spectacular. Price is very reasonable. The crisp Shitake mushroom was very good but the rest didn't blow me away
I had the cashew chicken and found it to be average--nothing to write home about. I ordered the ice tea and it was very dilute and did not have much flavor. I added sugar without tasting it first and found out that it had been...More
I was so excited to find Harmony Cafe because they have so many vegetarian and vegan options on their menu. The restaurant itself is beautiful, and the service is wonderful, but unfortunately the food is just average.
The outside gives you no idea of what you would expect. The restaurant is downstairs and is a museum of carved wood furnishings. We found the food and service excellent.
A neat subterranean restaurant in the heart of Georgetown provides a surprisingly excellent menu of Chinese food. Good for everyone - but especially excellent for vegetarians and vegans as they will make any dish on the menu with vegan proteins. Very tasty, good value. This...More
Did take out last night, and while the food was ok, it was not completely what ordered. The mistakes were mostly little, but annoying. No brown rice, sent a pork appetizer in place of spare ribs, etc. I will say the eight treasure eggplant was...More
Great food! The of the best Lo mein I've ever had (and I don't like Lloyd mein) light and fresh. We also had spring rolls which were very good. Portions are large.Restaurant is in the basement, entrance is easy to miss. My kid (7years old)...More
Dropped in for dinner. The wonton soup broth was ok, but the wontons were extremely stale. Tasted like cardboard. Also had Moo Shi Pork which was ok, but not much taste. The pancakes were so old they crumbled when trying to fill and roll them...More