I wasd surprised to find in the small village of Bath in western NY state, there is a small chinese food establishment, owned and operated by a weondrously industrious and pleasant family! Stepping into the unassuming interior from the bright, old-town American flavored village main street, one is pleasantly rewarded, in an olefactory way, as he or she heads down the aisle, past a comfortably arranged main dining area, to the register. "Yep! One for the lunch buffet." Noting the cost was an additional pleasant surprise, past the steaming hot, stainless steel food station, I was seated by a demure young woman, and encouraged to partake. Plenty to eat, another food station beyond the first one, there must have been 30-50 food offerings, then yet another area for drinks, hot and cold, and the dessert station. I made a mental note of the soft ice cream machine as I filled up on some pink lemonaide. Impossible to not eat too much, I enjoyed lunchtime with a friend, in a cool, pleasant atmosphere, and before getting too much of a belly ache, eating very small portions of a variety of foods, decided I'd have to forgo dessert this time. I thought to myself, next time I'll tour Bath Presbyterian Church's sanctuary interior, designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, then stop here again for lunch.
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When one of us says,"How about Ling Ling's" for dinner, we all get excited. The food is so delicious, it's a treat for our family. Pricing is fair & portions are large. The building itself is run-down & unappealing; we always do take-out & never dine-in. But it's clean, affordable & the food's phenomenal so that's what counts!
You can't beat the Chinese food here! One of our family's favs. I'd recommend take-out rather than dine-in, only because the building is a little dated. It's not a gorgeous place to dine but it's still clean & friendly. And the food is great!