Many locals swear by this standout from the slew of mediocre Chinese joints in the area. The style-free interior can be off-putting to some—reminiscent of the fluorescent-lit dives of Manhattan's Chinatown—but the cuisine is better than anything within the city limits. Addictive shrimp or scallops in garlic sauce cry out for a carry-out to enjoy again later, as do the wide assortment of Cantonese-style roasted meats. Tried-and-true dishes include the dumplings, crispy
duck, eggplant with garlic sauce, and garlicky sautéed leek flower.
Oct 17, 2002
Although some come here for good lo-mein at good lo-price, most come for duck noodle soup and barbecued pork. However, beef dishes are very fatty, waitresses mean and alcohol never served.
Mar 29, 2001
Be sure to try some of their Singapore noodles or the "Great Dale" (or is it "Good Dale"?). You'll find these not on the main menu, but on a smaller menu (folded) on the table. These dishes come in pie plates and are delicious and definitely enough to share with others. The "regular" Chinese dishes are very good, too. It can be crowded at times, but the food is worth it.