I'm ANYTIME and I've changed my mind. I''ve had this food once after and it tasted fine, but the last three times after were awful. Maybe there priorities shifted.
Pricey,Rude,liars!!!!!. When I first walked in I noticed they over charged two different orders that ate @ the restaurant.Then when I ordered my meal I asked for a substitute which was $2 extra and told them I didn't want a soft drink.I was told I would receive extra shrimp fried rice which I didn't.And the amount given was ridiculously cheap.The woman who owns the restaurant was called to front due to a customer complaint which she handled wrong.She was very rude and look the customers up and down with a digusted look,and when they left she laughed and mocked them.Alot of the employees are rude and seem prejudice and the food sucked and wasn't worth half the price they overcharge honestly it isn't worth going to. Go to thayer st across from cumberland farms their customer service is just as great as the food!
AVOID ..PRICEY AND NOT WORTH IT. you want good chinese go to shanghi on thayer st...i ordered gen. chicken..not so good v...ery sweet no veggies little rice ..crab ragoon was really bad as well.. creamcheese in a fried dough..waste of money..you want best like i said go to thayer..i wish i did...
Fishy news. Although the service was great, the food on the other hand was not. To put it simply, we ordered pork fried rice that had a fishy taste to it. Because i'm not a fish lover, i did not eat my rice. I was very disappointed.
Large booths, huge portions and enormous hospitality: The only thing little about this restaurant is the name..
Don't get freaked out if you see the staff peering out of the greenhouse addition as you park your car. And don't be unnerved when they count the number in your party before you actually get inside. It's really just part of the neighborhood friendliness--this is the Chinese restaurant equivalent to "Cheers."
The sweet crispy sesame shrimp really is just that: sweet and crispy. The accompanying steamed broccoli is crunchy too, as are the pea pods with water chestnuts. Despite the size of the menu that features pork, beef, chicken, seafood, vegetable and noodle dishes, you won't sample anything that's soggy from spending too much time in the special sauce.
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