Look ... you can’t make this any more than it is: Uninspired Chinese food.
This restaurant looks polished and even a bit upscale with nice art and comfy leather booths. Then you hear the too-loud, out of place pop music, taste the highly perfumed pot of tea, and find that average portions of beef (or pork or chicken) are buried under ridiculous mounds of scallion greens, shredded carrots, etc to make the serving look huge but don’t deliver any real taste at all. Oh well, at least the fortune cookies were good.
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