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Posted by Love Chinese Food on 03/11/2006
Two bowls of pork soup w/noodels enough for four people, eight pork buns, twice cooked pork/rice, and a slushie and tea, $21.00 Priceless!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/05/2005
Plain and simple, the food here is bursting with flavor and very inexpensive. $3.75 for 8 of the best pork dumplings in town? $2.75 for tasty wonton soup that serves four? The fried rices also excell in value and flavor, and the sesame chicken is reason enough to keep coming back. My friends and I can't stay away from this place. Bring your friends and share to get the best value and variety. It's atmosphere is just like all the other places in chinatown, but I have never had a problem with service or quality, and I've been there about ten times.
Posted by cs on 08/24/2005
I happen to like this place. Their rice dishes are delicious and for 3.50 how can one complain? I usually order my shanghai over rice with a lychee slush for a bill total of $5.00. Give me a break, one knows if they want service they will have to pay more for their entrees.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/28/2004
Actually I didn't forget... I simply forgot that I was in a restaurant for a moment there. Restaurants usually have something called "service." This place doesn't have said amenity. The food is, admittedly, par for the course, but . . . employees eating and clammering on like a pack of drunken construction workers (no offense to construction workers) at the table to our back; having to ask for beer glasses two times; and being followed out of the restaurant by a shameless, begging waitress--this doesn't add up to a remarkable experience.