West Yellowstone is an obligatory tourist town that must make all their yearly earning in about six months. There are more tourist traps, fast food joints, and “Chinese” restaurants than rats and cockroaches. Low expectations are probably appropriate for most restaurants here. We tried this place upon recommendation of a local guide. They do have a menu in Chinese, and Mr. Chan the proprietor further recommend fresh trout for this homeboy and his wife. We ordered 3 dishes, the steamed “we only have 4 left” trout, a Chinese vegetable, and a sauté gai lan with beef. All are edible, but nothing to write home about. The meal cost ~$100, about 2.5 times the expected cost of the same meal in any big US city. I suspect they are the best of Chinese food in West Yellowstone. But after a week of steak and potato, this tourist is relieved to have a green Chinese “veggie fix”, no matter how humble.
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