We have eaten here twice recently and sampled some really excellent food. This is not where you propose to your girlfriend as the decor is very bland and outdated. Right next to my young son's sandal foot was an old style spring mousetrap (I have photo) which could have easily created a MAJOR problem. Wonder if this is evidence of a problem or preventative? The staff are efficient, the restaurant had a high proportion of Chinese people - always a good sign. They have live geoduck, alaskan and dungeness crab, and fish - although the fish looked in poor condition (dead?) on second visit. The crab dishes are popular; so is Peking Duck. We also had excellent hot and sour soup, 'beef in lettuce wrap' - which others call San Choi Bau (normally a pork dish). I had the beef and flat noodles with black bean sauce on first visit, which was fairly ordinary. My wife was not keen on the 'deep fried squids with spicy salt'; I enjoyed it. Overall very good food. Parking can be very difficult. Open at least 4-11 pm everyday. Free home delivery ($20 min) within 3 km. Overall some really excellent food but watch your feet for mousetraps!
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