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This is more like snack place. They mainly serve the Ma La Tang as a traditional spicy street food in Szechuan, China. I can cook better ones at home lol. After all it is not too bad for a budget dinning option.
Not your typical Chinese restaurant with rice dishes. Mostly noodle soups. Taste like homemade Chinese food and good size portions so good value also. Went there for lunch and was very full with the $10 combo noodle soup and pancake.Got a side of fresh made...More