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All reviews fried rice mu shu orange chicken hot and sour soup beef salad rangoon soups lo mein hot tea level of spiciness the egg drop soup lovely restaurant pleasant service lunch menu take out large menu
I ordered the Beach party shrimp dish. In the menu it states that it comes with a POUND of shrimp that was NOT the case with mine! The manager stated that it is lightly flowered and then sautéed well they were shrimp BOILED! Then on...More
I had Kung Pao shrimp, med spiciness, and i think it was right on the mark, re: level of spiciness. It had a lot of mushrooms in it, which was new to me- in the past at other similar restaurants, its had celery & green...More
Polite prompt greeting and seating was an opening plus.
There is a VERY diverse menu with almost too many options.
I had honey walnut chicken, she had cashew chicken. Both were wonderful except my chicken was a little overdone. (a LOT of places do that...More
We had wonton soup and my favorite, Honey Walnut Shrimp. Actually, it used to be my favorite, but not anymore! They replaced the honey with mayonnaise !! They really did! Now, it’s candies walnuts coated with may! Yuck! The Wonton soup was delicious as always....More
We stopped by for a Saturday afternoon lunch and were super impressed. First, it's a pretty place.. done up with a very classy look. Service was impeccable. And the food was positively delicious. I loved the hot & sour soup, and especially my cashew chicken....More
Very good service here, and a really good alternative to Chinese food buffets in Fort Wayne. Came here with another family, there were eight of us on a Saturday night. We were seated quickly and ate everything family style, so got to try a lot...More
I only went there once, but first impressions can be everything! I order the Lemon Chicken, and this is a dish I have ordered at many Chinese restaurants, but this was not what I would have expected. The chicken is usually batter dipped deep fried...More