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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. Addictively salty 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. Order from the house specialties, not the tourist menu; the meal-size soups garnished with roast meats are the best in Chinatown. Tried-and-true dishes include the dumplings, crispy duck, eggplant with garlic sauce, and garlicky sautéed leek flower.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 509 H St. NW, Chinatown, Washington, DC 20001 | Map It
  • Phone: 202/371–2233
  • Website:
  • Metro Gallery Pl./Chinatown.
  • Location: Chinatown

    Restaurant Details

  • No credit cards.
Updated: 06-05-2013

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