We ordered the fresh spring rolls, the pad Thai chicken, the Pad Ba-Mee chicken and pork friend rice. I wanted to order the chicken lo men but was informed that the did not have traditional lo mein, the server suggested the Pad Ba-Mee. She said it was comparable to lo mein. I had never heard of this but thought I would try it. The noodles were sort of like ramon noodles? They were wavy an kinky? It had cucumbers and mushrooms among the more typical vegetables. All the food items were really fresh tasty. The fried rice was not oily or greasy. The chicken and pork was not cut up small, but rather in big pieces. So, if you like your meet cut up small, this would not be your first choice. But by being bigger pieces, you could tell the chicken and pork were not fatty. I wouldn't call the restaurant cheap or inexpensive, like you generally think of Chinese. They also did not have duck sauce.
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