This is a huge Chinese restaurant with two huge dining rooms connected by a hallway. Along the hallway are individual rooms that can host smaller parties or the partitions between the rooms can be removed to host a bigger party. We ordered 4 dishes for the 4 of us. The Peking duck was very tasty and meaty. The beef with XO sauce was very tender and tasty too. Price however was a little on the high side. The place was nicely decorated. However, it was located inside a dying mall. Most of the big name tenants have moved out. So parking is not a problem since there are so few shops open. We were there on a Wednesday evening and the place was almost deserted. Service was very good since there were hardly any patrons. It is unclear how long the mall would last given the tenant situation which indirectly affects the future of this restaurant.
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