02/10/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I often eat in ""hole in the wall"" restaurants when we travel and we like local color, but this restaurant takes the prize for being filthy, with poor service. On a Saturday afternoon, at lunch, we were seated at a table with others- who no manners- spitting chicken bones on the table- eating rice with their hands instead of chopsticks- disgusting habits. Not only that, the bathroom lacked soap so how do the employees even wash their hands? The walls and floors were filthy- nothing looked like it had been cleaned in years. I have traveled around the world and this is one of the more nauseating restaurants I have eaten in and I was relieved I dd not get sick from the food. The atmosphere is enough to make you sick anyway. If you want down and dirty, cheap food- go to this place. Otherwise, save your money for the dim sum splurge at Yank Sing or if you want a Chinatown dim sum traditional inexpensive lunch go to Lichee Garden.