As Chinese restaurants go, this one is like many of the better ones: nice decor, friendly staff, large menu, small bar, etc. The food was carefully prepared. We went for the unfamiliar items, Mao's favorite pork belly, bright green stir fried A Choy cabbage, and a fairly ordinary chicken dish which we ordered to have something familiar at hand. Next time we may venture into the tripe or the spicy rabbit. Great place for a bit of adventure cuisine.
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