We stopped here because the place with the best sausage poboy is closed on Saturday. And the place with the best shrimp & grits is closed on Saturday. And the new sandwich place nearby was almost empty and rap music was playing. Starving to death by then, I took my wad of cash to Hong Kong Hoot... uh, Palace. The "decor" has changed since the last time I ate here so I could concentrate on the food. Some items had unrecognizable flavors but were good all the same. One chicken dish might have been General Tso's. Didn't taste like it but had a great spicy flavor. The fried rice was good as well as the egg rolls. The crab rangoon wasn't sweet and we were thankful for that. Service was good despite the birthday party going on in the other room. Nothing was excellent but it served the purpose and the only small complaint I have is the mustard. Not hot at all.
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