I have been there twice just to try their chow fun. For the unfamiliar, this is the flat, wide rice noode which they supposedly make fresh in-house. Unfortunately, they ran out both times and I had to order something else. I have not been disappointed with the quality of the food during each visit. There is a little more flair in presentation than the average Chinese retaurant and the food is not as greasy. Only complaint is that because they do a brisk take-out business, the food took considerable time to come out of the kitchen.
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