Dinner started off with a round of drinks, a mai tai for myself and virgin frozen Pina Colodas for the expecting. The drink prices here are pretty reasonable, less than $7.00 for a Mai Tai and $ 6.00 for a Dewars on the rock. During some of the sport seasons, they have game specials with half off appetizers, which is pretty cool.
The first course of our banquet meal started with Chinese Fish Maw Soup or "Swim Bladder/Gas Bladder" soup. The traditional soup was thick and gooey, just like Chinatown.
Next, we had to get our favorite fried salt and pepper calamari and soft shell crab. They do offer combos with spare ribs and shrimp but being the overzealous eaters that we are, the table ordered 2 calamari and one soft shell crab.
Almost everyone that I know wants pea pod stems with garlic sauce as their side vegetable dish. It was very good.
Another symbolic Chinese staple is fish. It is believed to bring prosperity. You probably won't catch any of my white friends sitting at a table with a whole fish on the menu. The fish was tasty and cooked well.
One of our friends was in the mood for tofu so we got a spicy tofu and pork dish.
No meal is complete without a noodle dish. We got a pan fried crispy noodle topped with beef and Chinese broccoli. It was delicious!
Typically, we do not order "Americanized" Chinese food but our friends raved about their General Gau chicken stating it is the "Best General Gau Chicken!". We got an order and it was really good.
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