The menu was limited and food quality was poor (fried rice was mushy and had a very strange tomato-like flavor). Oriental dining can mean different things to different diners--if you're expecting the food and flavor of a what the typical American describes as Chinese or Asian food, you will be disappointed. Putting that expectation aside, we found the food to be fairly bland, without much distinct flavor. We also received duplicate of some of our order. However, we give kudos to the friendly waitress who explained the menu.
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