It's hard to find a good Chinese restaurant in Kansas City. This small one over in Liberty is a great place for a nice, quiet dinner. It was very clean, there were only perhaps five other tables taken in a room that had about 15 tables (there was also a back room that was closed off). Quiet, instrumental music played unobtrusively in the background, and the servers were very polite.
When we were seated (immediately), we were given fried wonton noodles to snack on as the self-labelled "bus boy" took our drink orders. He poured my hot tea for me and kept my husband's iced tea full. We ordered crab rangoon for an appetizer, and it was flavorful and crunchy. My husband ordered Mongolian Beef, and I ordered Buddhist's Delight (a vegetarian plate), both of which were served with sticky rice on the side. Both dishes were tasty and filling.
Even after we were finished eating, we just sat there talking and enjoying our teas. No one bothered us, it was quiet, and we found it quite enjoyable.
The service was quick and good. We'll definitely return.
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