We went for dinner here after reading an enthusiastic review in the New York Times. The food was outstanding and healthy - a rare feat for such restaurants, which tend to load up on the oil and MSG. The service was professional and friendly, and the restaurant was busy on a week night. We loved the General Tso chicken, and we had a beef and shrimp dishes that were crispy and delicious. The hot and sour soup was way too hot, so, if you can't handle hot food, get something else.
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