OMG! Are they serious? How do they stay in business? If you want more than your money's worth, eat here! A friend and I tried this place for the first time after reading reviews from another site. Everyone mentioned the generous servings.
When we ordered three entrees between the two of us the waitress was quite surprised, telling us that two way enough. I told her that was okay, as we were expecting to take some home, plus I wanted to make sure we ordered enough to get the free green onion cakes (two order minimum).
I should have known what we were in for when she brought the complimentary green tea and two large coffee mugs to drink it from. Everything here seems Texas (Alberta) size.
When the food arrived, we were given what I thought were salad plates; so I thougt, "oh, this is your game", deceive with size control.
Was I wrong. We filled our little plates many times over, and picked at the main dishes until we were stuffed, and still didn't seem to make a dent in the food.
So we asked for the leftovers to be wrapped. When the (now) waiter brought them and placed it on the table, I thought, this should be good for another meal. Then I picked it up-- it was total deadweight.
Being the curious type, I decided to weigh it when I got home. 5 frickin' pounds of leftover Chinese food! So I had some for supper, and I'm having some again tonight, and I still have way more than I can eat. And here's the kicker, all this food was under $25!
I have this horrible feeling I'm going to be eating this well past it's prime, like that episode if the Simpson's, where Homer keeps eating the Hoogie, even out of the trash.
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