We have dined upstairs (the Chinese part of the restaurant) many times with extended family. We take advantage of the large round tables with lazy susans; they seat up to 10 comfortably which is especially nice for a large group so that everyone can socialize and share the dishes. On our most recent visit, we started with steamed pork dumplings (very good) and spring rolls (average), and the usual soups. Orange beef, General Tso's chicken and moo shu pork were good, but the highlight was the Peking duck, tasty with crispy skin, plum sauce, scallions and pancakes. Hot tea is served as is traditional, whether you order it or not. The staff is quite good and tolerant with youngsters, and this is one reason we often go back when we have a family outing in DC. I would say, however, that you could probably find food in Chinatown that is equally good -- maybe better -- at a lower price.
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