We called in carry out and the gentlemen said "it'll be ready in 10 minutes." Upon getting the food home, it appeared that most of the food had been reheated. The beef on stick, the sweet n sour chicken, and the General Tso's chicken was all very dark and dry. Fortunately, the crab rangoon was very good and fresh. It was not what we were hoping for to satisfy that occasional craving for Chinese food.
We are definitely looking for a better option for Chinese here in Longwood!
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