The food harkened back to the early 20th century recipes of Cantonese Chinese foods that emigrated to the U.S. from Canada and from China itself. The egg foo young dishes were incredibly authentic, together with a tasty gravy that held even a persnickety eater like myself in awe. All of the other dishes, chicken wings, chop suey, chow mein, lo mein, and the elaborate Dragon meets Phoenix steamy dish held up under lots of scrutiny. The restaurant itself had quite an El Paso history, dating to the 1960s when the Chinese Blossom was originally at the corner of Trowbridge and Montana, then moved to its present location, and the kids then took it over and turned it into Lo's Blossom. Sadly, 2010 opens with the restaurant forever closed, two owners have since taken the location, but have not really done much with it.
Stopped by on my way home and got a takeout order of enchalada's. They were still warm when I got home and tasted delicious. They also deliver, and the food is still hot, they deliver within 30 minutes, and have a delivery charge of only $2.00, which includes the tip! I am in a wheel-chair, so all this helps a great deal, and the staff has always been courteous, professional, and very friendly. I have recommended this restaurant to many of my friends, and will continue to do so.
Best lunch ever. I went to pick up a plate to go for myself and my coworkers. I ordered the El Paso Combo. The food was awesome. My coworkers got the menudo and they loved it. I honestly recommend this place. First time going and for sure won't be the last.