Made a decision to eat here at Yee's Restaurant by how crowded it was and by how few caucasians were in that crowd. Although this strategy doesn't always result in a good experience, in this case we weren't dissappointed. Lots of options you just don't find at your more common Asian restaurant (e.g. pigeon served a variety of ways and menu options with the word "pig guts" in it for starters). When I ordered the House Special Chicken, our server informed me that it was boiled chicken, not BBQ or fried, as if to tell me it might be more than I bargained for. I settled for the BBQ pork and got a HUGE portion. On the opposite side of the table my wife ordered Beef with Chinese vegetables. The two entrees were more than enough food. Along with the Tsingtao beer we each ordered our bill came to $25 - including tip.
Please note: they are cash only, no plastic.
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