If you aren't from the area, you probably would never know there is a Chinese restaurant located here. After getting into their parking lot, accessed by a single lane road near an intersection (very odd setup) you make a small walk past the back of the restaurant and a few windows that look into the kitchen. I did not was to ruin my dining experience, so I did not look into these windows!
We dined here on Halloween, it was very quiet, only 2 other tables were seated. Service was ok, they were a bit on the slow side, but we were in no rush. The main dishes were surprisingly good! We had Orange chicken, Lo Mein, a spicy beef dish, and a pepper entree that had shrimp, chicken and beef. The only dish I was not happy with was the steamed dumplings, they were doughy and the filling tasted like sausage!
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