I had their General Gao earlier this week and was blown away. The chicken was cooked perfectly and the dish had a rich flavor. It's good to know that there is still a chinese restaurant that puts their focus on their food. Bottom line, you cant beat the quality or the prices. I'll be going back again.
Classic old school Chinese. If your looking for modern, upscale, table cloth this is NOT the place for you. Old school, neighborhood, family operation. Think late sixties early seventies decor. Food is fresh and made to order, not steam table. Try the General Gao, House Fried Rice, House Made Egg Rolls. Mai Tai's are killer.
Overpriced, and a dump. Just picked up some takeout, and it cost $14.75 for your standard quart container of steamed chicken and mixed veggies and a quart of white rice. Under $10 anywhere else, and it was light on the chicken. If you saw the place, you wouldn't go in.
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