It is true there is limited ambience in this place. It’s simply a solid restaurant that serves no nonsense, delicious food. The menu is vast and reasonably priced. It’s difficult to imagine how they are able to serve such an array of dishes. I recently ate here for the second time and found the experience to be as good as the first time.
On this occasion I ordered lo mein noodles with two meat items, roast duck and barbequed pork. There was nothing fancy about the presentation. It was a heaping pile of thin noodles, 4 halves of baby bok choi, and a very generous serving of the two meats. Straightforward and satisfying. I found the bok choi difficult to eat with chop sticks and imagined that the rest of the clientele was gaining a good laugh at my struggle, but pride kept me from asking for a fork. I was the only Caucasian customer and didn’t want to appear inept, though I admit to cheating at times by using my fingers. I wonder if anyone even noticed…
I wish I lived closer to this restaurant, as I would dine here weekly.
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