It was like going back into a time warp entering this restaurant. We decided to try and find it based on some of the online reviews we read on the internet. Since moving to Kelowna, we've been desperate to find some good Chinese food. What we found here was pretty decent, but it wasn't what I expected. Instead, I was immediately taken back to my upbringing on the Canadian prairies. The menu was circa 1979 central Alberta Chinese food. My parents would have loved the almond chicken and the cantonese chow mein. It even comes complete with a knife and fork (no chopsticks were seen or offered). While not comparable to Vancouver's choices today, the nostalgia felt good, and I left satisfied and happy. It's not the kind of restaurant you go to for the decor, but the prices are good and the food is tasty. Parking is in the back of the restaurant. The clientele seemed to be a mix of senior citizens, students, and harried parents looking for take out.
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