I've been visiting Confucius on and off for a few years, and they just keep getting better. This is a restaurant that should be on everyone's short list for a visit.
Very pleasant ambience - low noise level, pleasant music, and friendly service.
I finally figured out that ordering an entree in a Chinese restaurant is the wrong strategy - it's just too much of one thing. Instead, I order a soup and a couple of starters. If I'm still hungry, I just get another starter. At Confucius, this is the winning approach!
Had a wonderful seafood sweet and sour soup, just the ticket for a chilly October evening. I followed that up with some pork dumplings, probably the best I've ever had anywhere. Then came the smoked salmon and scallion pancakes, an unusual delight not to be missed. Still had a bit of room after that, so I plunged into a plate of flounder, ginger scallions, and black beans - delicious!
It's difficult to describe how much better than the typical Chinese restaurant this is. You really need to experience it to "get it."
Not cheap compared to your run-of-the-mill strip mall Chinese joint, but not pricey by Rehoboth fine dining standards, and the quality is up there with the best of them.
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