Located in an old house, this restaurant services cheap, filling food. My friend and I split an order of dumplings and an order of noodles and we both thought the dumplings were the best part of the meal. They were fresh and had been steamed, with lots of flavor. The dipping sauce seemed way too salty, so we avoided that. The noodles were ordered with chicken, and seemed freshly made, but just a little too doughy. And, the amount of chicken in the dish seemed small. The check was about $20, so no complaints with that.
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