Now in all fairness, we ordered takeout. However we did have to go in to place the order.
Pulling into the parking lot, we were a little scared. Seemed like a bad neighborhood.
When we went in, the first thing that came to mind as far as the structure was that it looked like a converted triple wide mobile home.
Wall paneling, comercial carpert and minimal decor.
The hostesses/waitress who took our order was very nice.
She invited us to sit at a table as we waited.
Food came rather quickly and we were given two additional egg rolls for free.
When we got back to the hotel we were surprised at just how much food they packed into that bag.
My husband had the shrimp, almond chicken and pork fried rice.
He didn't care for the chicken as it was dry.
I had spring rolls, pork fried rice and sweet and sour pork.
The rice was delicious as was the sweet and sour pork. The spring rolls however were very greasy and tasted like they had been fried in fish oil.
Portions are great for the price but only if You're able to find a combination of foods that taste good.
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