As a dedicated snobby former resident of the Boston-Washington corridor, I never thought that you could get any good food outside of a major city. My benchmark for Chinese food was NYC Chinatown, Philly Chinatown, and San Francisco Chinatown (the best). Much to my surprise and delight, my son found Chin's. I knew that it was a good sign when older Chinese people showed us to a table and that there was no buffet. The food was wonderful. We got lettuce wraps--and they were the real thing. We got fried dumplings--again, the real thing. My son got a wonderful noodle dish and I had "food envy". I will be getting that the next time. A friend of mine who has very discerning tastes told me that their egg rolls were to die for. I will be trying them next. I am just very glad that there is a good Chinese place within 60 miles of me. This place has been around for a long time and it is real Chinese food. It is family owned and the food is carefully prepared. I was very impressed.
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