We picked this restaurant because it opened for dinner at 5:00 (vs. 5:30 at the other Chinese place); we were the only diners there, until a bus pulled up and the dining room was flooded with Chinese tourists (the large tables with "lazy Susans" should have been a tip off). I took this as a good sign, as they were catering to those who knew real Chinese cuisine, but the English menu was puzzlingly limited (we found ourselves ordering two dishes that turned out to have the same sauce and basic flavor). Perhaps all the signs in Chinese were offering completely different dishes. The food was fine and the portions large enough for leftovers the next day (welcome), but there was nothing out of the ordinary.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.