Tried this place a second time, as the first I had gotten items that were not my usuals. The egg drop soup was decent, but that was the only thing. The previous time I had gotten orange chicken, which was not remotely crispy and tasted like it had just been doused in orange juice with no other spices. The lo mein noodles it came with were plain noodles with nothing else except the orange juice that had seeped down from the chicken. This time I got the General Tso's chicken in the dinner combo, and again not crispy, more soggy than anything, and hardly any flavor at all. The fried rice was equally bland, and had indeterminate bits of something that might have been crusted edges of chicken or tofu. My husband got the Moo Shu beef and declared it 'edible.' I'm disappointed, because my favorite Chinese take-out place closed and I've been hoping for something better than running the tables for take-out at the buffet place.