An interesting place; no table service; you order and pick up at the counter - very much limiting the need for staff with English. It's a busy place. BYOB. First time for us, so we were not prepared for the "specials" - eel, intestine, etc. We ordered fairly conservatively, singapore noodles, hunan chicken, fried dumplings. All portions very large - we took home another whole meal for two and never touched our rice, so, say, two meals for two for $24. They honoured a request to make it hot. The food was tasty and interestigly spiced. I see they post their new dishes on the web site, so when we go back we will be better prepared.
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