Stopped in for lunch on mid-week day. Cheerfully greeted and offered inside (air-conditioned) or outside seating. Very pleasant server seemed to be knowledgeable as to menu items and which were soy-free. (One member of our three-some is soy-intolerant, a major inconvenience at most Chinese restaurants.) Sweet and sour soup was rated very good. My wonton soup was bad: the broth was tasteless and the wontons were soggy and filled with some bland, unidentifiable meat filling. The ten to twelve chopped green onion pieces were the only saving grace. (The restaurant does not have hot mustard sauce available, unfortunate, as I might have spiced up the soup a bit.) All of our entrees were good. My pork, vegetables (carrots, celery, cucumber, bok choy, green pepper) with cashews was very good: the veggies were fresh, crisp and tasty, and served with just enough light brown sauce, lots of cashews, served piping hot and a good portion. The beef with mushrooms and beef with veggies entrees both received good reviews. Prices were reasonable, fairly good value. Would recommend and will probably try again, but skip the wonton soup.
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