If you're there on a weekend, go directly to the back of the menu. Those dinners are half the cost of the front. Our service was not great (maybe a bad day), had to ask for hot tea and chopsticks. It is a good place to stop that craving for Chinese food. It was busy and had many awards on the walls. Give it a try, you should leave full and satisfied.
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