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Posted by braidius on 03/22/2010
the wonton roast chicken soup is a great hangover cure. try the fried pork dumplings and the peking porkchop.
Posted by kb on 03/14/2010
Only the dishes that were battered and fried were good, and what wouldn't be when treated like that? This place is not cheap and is for takeout only, so not really worth it.
Posted by Vivian on 02/20/2010
I went to this restaurant last weekend ordered the shrimp with salted pepper and sesame beef. They were both delicious. Especially the sesame beef, very crunchy and just the right amount of sweetness. Will definitely go there again.
Posted by FoodLover on 02/17/2010
My first time here and the staff was really friendly. My friend recommended trying the sesame beef. Frankly, I am not a big fan of sweet dishes, but this was one of the best beef dishes I ever had. It was crunchy, swet (but not too sweet) and topped with toasted sesame.It was delicious! We were all fighting over the last piece.
Posted by connie on 02/12/2010
the christal shrimp dumplings were soggy. the noodle dish i had was ok. a nbit greasy but good portion. overal i would say this place was average.
Posted by justwantagoodmeal on 01/24/2010
this food was so subpar that i didn't even finish eating what i had ordered. i ended up eating leftovers in the fridge. how do you mess up pepper steak and dumplings?
Posted by roslyn on 01/03/2010
its all good but try the sesame beef. the vegetable in it is zucchini which is unusual and its spicy and dellicious. also the turnip cakes with oyster sauce. delivery comes in big portions unlilke some other take outs.