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Posted by Rickie on 06/13/2009
Um This Is A Good Resturant But A Lil More Speed Needed
Posted by Anonymous on 01/26/2005
I stumbled into this place with 2 friends as all the other more elaborate seafood palaces had weddings going on. It seemed that none of the ladies waiting on tables spoke any English at all. However the menu was pretty clearly translated and quite extensive. The squid with black bean sauce was perfectly done, as was the Singapore chow mei fon, and watercress. I also ordered the oysters with egg which was a delicious pancake. No atmosphere at all but someone in the kitchen knew what they were doing.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/12/2004
While walking down E. Broadway, my adventurous wife persuaded me to try a restaurant that we didn't know anything about. Actually, I liked it a little better than she did. The fish soup had an unusual spice that I enjoyed, but the smell bothered her. The duck didn't taste fresh and the pre-cut pieces were full of bones. The seasoning on the braised fish was pleasant, but it was actually breaded, fried and soggy from the sauce. The pre-cut pieces were full of bones. We recommend skipping this one.