First time in town, found this little gem after walking around N. Lewiston and treated myself to a lunch special. That is exactly what it turned out to be, "special." Good ambience, clean surroundings and diligent service, not to mention very tasty food (that which I tried). Started out with an egg-drop the likes of which I have never had; beef & celery joined in on this liquid delight to create a culinary ambrosia I readily quaffed. The chow mein proved to be notable and the rice, light & fluffy, just like you would expect, with each grain asserting its own individuality, followed by a sweet & sour concoction that certainly tantalized the palate. Will definitely return for an encore if ever again in this neck of the woods.
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The food is hot, not bad, it's clean and the staff is friendly. You can tell their first language is not English, but they try -- and did I say they are friendly? They have pizza and some other 'American' entrees for the person in your group who doesn't like the other food. Wide range to choose from -- soups, salads, hot vegies, meats of all kinds in different sauces and they change the pans often. (meaning the food doesn't sit there and get overcooked or dried out). If you have a hungry mob who likes 'American-Chinese' food, then you will certainly get your money's worth.
VERY good. Some of the meat is frozen/breaded, but not all. The owner is awesome, friendly, and will remember your name if you come in more than once. Family oriented, banquet room available, clean. If there is something wrong with your meal, they will fix it. They aim to please.