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I ordered Mongolian BBQ to go and they let me pick my choice of meats and veggies and then cooked it to my preference (medium well, and hot and spicy). The choices looked and smelled perfectly fresh, as much as I wanted for one price! But when they began cooking it on that large hot flat wok thing, the aroma was irresistible! My husband and I LOVED IT!!! The place looked perfectly clean and the workers were friendly and helpful. We can't wait to go back! Their BBQ pork fried rice was also outstanding! Yum!!! We are going to take my parents their tomorrow for Dad's birthday. I'm already drooling!!!
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It's the only Chinese take-out everyone at our office will eat. The shrimp are really big too. Everything is nice and fresh. The fried rice could be better, but I get steamed rice anyway. The egg rolls are ready made and fried to order. They are okay. As good as you will get at any take-out place. Sometimes they say 15 mins., but it can be really busy and take more time. The longest I've waited is 30 mins., but that is unusual as I call ahead now.
Wonderful place to dine! Always the best service and food. My friends and I can't get away from the Chicken Vermouth. Try it! Everything else I have tried has been amazing also. Very cozy little restaurant and always a very pleasant crowd of people to dine around. We come here quite often...sometimes 1-2 times per week. Never waited over 30 seconds to be seated. They are showing us our table before we get in the door.
My family has been going to this restaurant for 10 years now and we absolutely LOVE it! The food is always fresh and if there is something you want that is not on the buffet or if they are running low on a dish, just ask and they will make it. The atmosphere is very good and the staff is very friendly. My 10 year old daughter says "IT IS AWESOME!" - a direct quote. Do not pass up this restaurant!
Great little family owned restaurant! I loathe the older female owner's political rants; it's true. (Very inappropriate in a place of business.) That said, the selection's fine and the food is top rate. Will you pay more for a sandwich here than elsewhere? Yes. That said, the portions are huge, and the quality's top rate. P.S.: Turn off your cell phone before you go in. Trust me on this one.
I ordered my food by phone and placed a carry out order, so I can't speak to table service. But, the food was excellent and well packaged. The staff knew immediately about my order when I told them I placed an order by phone. The restaurant was clean and the staff was nice. Nice portion size too. I would definitely order from here again. Great food for the money.
This really a great place to eat! The chicken is fantastic and I find the sides are top notch along with those fresh yeast rolls. The dining areas are clean and neat and plenty of room. All of the staff is very helpful and friendly. Don't forget to try those cookies, I do the three pack myself. A pleasant choice for the whole family any day of the week. Yum!
Best dim sum in the metro, IMHO. (We tired of Grand House's long lines, and found that Fung's dim sum selection -- while a tad more limited, granted -- was better overall compared to Grand House's.) The snow pea tips here are also VERY good. (Be sure to ask for the Chinese menu if you, like me, want to avoid all the pseudo-Chinese Cantonese-American crap.)
If you like authentic Chinese food and if you like seafood, this is a good place. You can't really find a bad dish here, I have been eating here for a long time. My favorite dishes are Oyster with black bean sauce, shrimp with tamarind sauce, tofu hot pot, steamed dumplings, crispy chicken, crab soup, clams are the best! Reasonable price.