Lee Garden offers the classic Chinese food experience -- tea is on the table before you've finished pulling in your chair. You order by writing the number of the dish you want, and the waiter reads it back to you with the dish's name. Food is speedily delivered and there's lots of it. Perhaps the vegetables were bathed a bit too relentlessly in oil, and the sweet and sour chicken might have suffered from a surfeit of color and corn syrup, but these are not necessarily negatives when searching for the taste of memory.
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