Two Chinese restaurants in town and I went to the one that has a name similar to one that might be a chain that is in shopping malls around the US. This restaurant is not a chain and like many Chinese restaurants outside of any major hub of Asian immigrants, it's a mix of Chinese food plus sushi. I didn't bother with the sushi or the Japanese side of the menu. Menu is standard Americanized style of Chinese cuisine, mostly Cantonese with a couple of Szechuan or faux Szechuan spicy dishes like General Tso's Chicken. With a dinner item, for an extra $2.50, you can get soup, an egg roll and some crab rangoon. I opted for the Beef and Broccoli with white rice (option of fried rice, I believe at no extra cost), the egg drop soup, and two egg rolls as I didn't want the crab rangoon. Food was hot, service was good. There was a lot of beef in the dish. Overall, very good.
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