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I'm still upset and shaking from tonight's terrible experience! I took my boys to dine in and we were only customers in the restaurant at that time. It took them 40 min to bring out the appetizer then we had to wait 20 min more...More
First timers. The lunch special $9.95 runs until 2:30, the menu is fabulous. Choice of soup, your main dish, rice (white or fried) plus a salad, and a big egg roll. The lunch is served in the most elegant square white dish, with dipping sauce,...More
This is by far the best Chinese/Taiwanese food in the area! Tucked away in a strip mall ish area. Didn’t expect much but was craving a good soup so my sis suggested this place. AMAZING! I had the Vegetable noodle soup they separate the broth...More
we had just gotten to the area and looking for a late dinner. Not many people around, but several taking carry out...So, we stopped in to Yen's Cafe. We were greeted warmly, and seated immediately. The owners were very cordial, the restaurant very clean, and...More
Yen's is a small and unassuming restaurant in the back of a strip mall. But don't let that discourage you. The best are usually the least obvious. The food here is really tasty, and if you're familiar with the Taiwanese flavor of Chinese food, you'll...More
This was such a jewel of a place, I used like taking my friends out there for a quiet dinner. But recently it become to busy, the food quality has degraded and the service has been far from what I expect of them. I hope...More
I live in the area and Yens cafe is my go to comfort food - atleast once a week. The food is always consistently tasty, very clean and very good service. Portion sizes are decent the the mango-passion tea is the best. Would highly recommend
Unlike the same old Chinese take-out menu, Yen's has an extensive menu that you won't typically see elsewhere. Because it's Taiwanese, the flavoring is a bit lighter, not heavily spicy and has a good seafood variety. The hot and sour soup is one of the...More
Nothing on their menu mentions whether or not they have any gluten free items, or for that matter whether they use MSG another issue for many people. This is something that you'll have to call them and ask.
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