Best chow mein I have ever eaten! I am still dreaming about it. And the sweet and sour pork was fabulous, too. Service was slow because they were short-staffed, but the waitress/cashier apologized many times.
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Nice place and the food was pretty good. We enjoyed ourselves and will likely go back. Service was good but we had to wait a bit for the check.
Food is wonderful, service a bit slow, but overall, a great place to eat. Large selection of foods to choose from, they also have lounge drinks to offer,and their tea is wonderful too!
We frequently come here as a family but today wanted a to go order. Fast and Friendly as always as Frank and Carol really are the best hosts and waiter staff and have been for years. Ordered My favorite combo potstickers, steam rice, sweet and...More
This restaurant is very nicely decorated, clean and well maintained - and the food was wonderful! The staff were very professional, efficient, friendly and helpful. There was a very good selection of dishes on the menu, and everything we had was delicious. Coconut shrimp for...More
This place has it all The best soups in the world hands down. Every dish you get is fresh, hot and the best ingredients are used. You can truly taste the difference. If you want Chinese food there is this place and all the others.
Two of us arrived upon opening on a weekday. I immediately noticed the cleanliness, even the back/head rest area of each booth had been freshly vacuumed with perfectly parallel lines. This is an OCD dream come true. The menu is very extensive (view their website...More
After reading the glowing reviews of this place here on TripAdvisor, I decided to pay the place a visit. Boy, was I disappointed! The rice was undercooked and the Chow Mein was sour. The texture of the meat was rough and unpleasant. The best dish...More
than what is listed here. The service was excellent. The facility is a little old but the ENORMOUS stargazer Lilly bouquet and tons of koi more than make up for it. The won ton soup, although good, was a little bland. So was the Szechuan...More