01/18/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Hole in the wall restaurant in a tiny shopping center offers a wide variety (like over 250) choices that are mostly tasty and well worth it. Good bets include the chicken with asparagus, mongolian beef, and korean fired bananas. Also decent was the hunan sea bass. The decor is standard run-of-the-mill, and the service is fine. The menu is expansive, perhaps too much so. The choices are endless, and unfortunately there are no descriptions for the menu items, so who knows what the difference between hunan chicken, thai chicken, this chicken, and that chicken really is unless the item is more descriptive (think cashew chicken)... But when the food comes, all will be forgiven, because probably your meal will be consistently above average. The prices and the portion sizes are smaller than most Chinese restaurants, so you won't come home feeling bloated or poor in the pocket.