We visited here as my son wanted Chinese and it had good reviews. The service was great but it is pricey Chinese food for what you get. The building is old and musty smelling and certainly lacks in the atmosphere department. We had dinner for 3 with 2 appetizers and our bill came out to 90 dollars. This consisted of egg rolls (2), fried dumplings, chicken fried rice, Pork lo mein (their lo mein turned out like spaghetti instead of the thick noodles common to most Chinese restaurants) and a spicy chicken dish for my husband. I don't mind paying ninety dollars for Chinese food but I expect it to be excellent (this was your average fare) and I would expect to be eating it in a lovely, tastefully decorated restaurant where I expect to pay for the atmosphere. That doesn't exist here..it's average fare, in a tired worn out building, accompanied by the constant sound of slot machines.
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