I had Kung Pao shrimp, med spiciness, and i think it was right on the mark, re: level of spiciness. It had a lot of mushrooms in it, which was new to me- in the past at other similar restaurants, its had celery & green onions in it - not that either is good or bad, but I'm not a huge fan of mushrooms. The menu is fairly extensive- but there are not descriptions of the ingredients / sauces, etc included, so we had to ask our waitress quite a few questions... and either she wasn't very happy to answer them, or we had a bit of language barrier.,. ? Not sure. My dinner partner had the Mandarin beef and it was quite tasty and he was happy with his choice. No appetizer is included... I guess that's getting more common these days... ?.... the lunch menu looked quite good, and the prices were considerably less, and the lunches include an appetizer and soup or salad ? I believe, but the dinners, while more expensive, did not. I got sort of a "tense" vibe from the man at the front desk, who I am guessing is the owner... but maybe I misread him. I would definitely return, but prob for lunch.
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