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Posted by Satisfied customer on 11/25/2007
I love this Chinese restaurant since it is a nice, non-prententious place that serves great food for the money. I am vegetarian so I usually order their tofu dishes which taste great. I recommend the Gernal Tzo's tofu or the tofu and mixed vegetables with brown sauce. The portions, which cost about $8 for dinner, are huge and I usually have leftovers! Where else in the city can you find such great tasting food for your money?!
Posted by Culinary Specialist on 10/25/2007
The waiters wisked me in on a golden thrown and sat me at my table. The candles, the flowers, the potery, the silk napkins, the harp players, the grape-feeders, the sterling silver knives and forks sparkled with a sense of cleaness that I have never seen before. The food was served, course, after course, after course. After the 9th course I decided that this was the greatest food I had ever tried. The whole meal only cost $5. Incredible dining experience. Just Kidding: In Reality: good chinese food. Good price. Nothing too special. Recomended.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/25/2007
The only thing that is worth eating is the appetizers if you can get past the attitudes of the staff
Posted by Anonymous on 09/13/2007
The restaurant is a joke, I'm never going there again. Food is way too bland, and lacking flavor. The portions are pretty small considering how much i paid for them, take for example their egg rolls. Shredded chicken and chicken and broccoli seem tasteless compared even to my queens take-out joint. Flavor, the food needs.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/27/2007
Better than a lot of Chinese restaurants in C-town rated by Zagat. Good food, friendly staff & clean restaurant.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/14/2007
If you are chinese, I don't think you will like the food here. Not only is this place expensive for the type of food they serve, the quality of it is so poor that it's downright laughable. The wonton noodle soup did not come with authentic cantonese wonton noodles. Instead, they used some unappetizing americanized yellow egg noodle that had been boiled way too long. The wontons were supposed to be shrimp, but I could not for the life of me see or taste any shrimp. As far as a chinese meatball goes, the wonton fared pretty well. But as a wonton? Hell no. The BBQ ribs were not tender enough, the beef chow fun was way too soft and chopped up. The singapore show mei fun was O-K, but when only one dish out of everything you order comes out barely passable, you know the place is not good.
Posted by Upper Eazy Foodie on 04/14/2007
I love their Kung Pao Chicken and Pad That (I know it's not even a thai place) they also have pretty good sushi (though it is expensive.) The bottom line is that it's a clean, fast, good quality chinese restaurant that has been in business forever and doesn't seem to be going anywhere, anytime soon. To me, that's not a bad thing.