I have ordered 3 times from this place and this was my last. All 3 times the order was either incorrect, cold or took too long to be delivered. The food isn’t that good. There are many other places that are much much better but I enjoy having it delivered and always give a place a couple of try's before I throw in the towel or put them on my favorite list.
Today’s order was the worst. I order spicy and it came bland. I ordered a beef dish and then the house chicken dish and ended up with two beef. The juice from one of the dishes spilt out in the bag and proceeded to drown the egg rolls. I also noticed the rice was different from dish to dish, one had the old rice obviously left over or cooked hours earlier and the other had nice fluffy rice. Both brown in color and I ordered steamed rice, and both totally tasteless.
Then this particular time I noticed the driver added two dollars to my credit cad total that is not on the register or order slip. When I enquired I was told it was a delivery fee. Those types of charges should be disclosed up front and not hidden or added to the total when you aren’t looking.
I threw their menus away with the food and I am done...
I ordered the chicken and broccoli with fried rice from this place. The fried rice was terrible. It had no taste whatsoever. Fried rice is the one thing I didn't think a Chinese restaurant could do wrong. The chicken and broccoli wasn't that good either. I also order an order of wings which was really good.
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