The two concepts must be taken together-- there is little "ambiance" here, the plates/silver are beaten up and the seating is spartan (can a Chinese restaurant be spartan) but.... the food is good and made on premises. I agree with some of the comments that the meat can be a little funky-- gristley/fatty/something of the "mystery meat' variety. The service can also be a bit abrupt. But what can you expect--- the noodles, rice, sauces, dumplings are really good and you can easily get out of here for under $10pp. It is interesting to see "young folks" do BYOB here-- bring a bottle of wine or some beers.
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