First I arrived to a very flippant waiter and it didn't get better. It would be hard to imagine anyone LESS interested in my comfort and food order. I just wanted a quiet dinner. So, the inattentive waiter took my order for crab rangoon, fried shrimp and garlic shrimp entree. When the crab rangoon arrived it was nice and crispy, reasonable amount of filling that tasted like nothing but cream cheese, that was it. To compound the issue, the sweet and sour sauce on the table had a nice little baby cockroach floating in it. I could tell that the hot mustard on the table wasn't fresh, either. The fried shrimp was fried but just plain old shrimp nothing special, no seasoning or sauce.
When I'd ordered the garlic shrimp I had stated 3 times that I wanted NO bell pepper. However, the waiter was so spectacularly uninterested and busy entertaining himself with his own witty banter with himself that he didn't notice? So, my entree came out with bell peppers. Since the waiter (and keep in mind there isn't another soul in the place other than a few take out customers wandering in and out) didn't bother to check on me or my food. Finally, I got his attention to point out the bell pepper issue. In only a couple of minutes, not long enough to cook a new dish, I had another order. I could still smell and taste the bell peppers in it so I took it to the counter after once again being unable to get the waiter's attention. At this time there were two other tables. Now, I'll grant there were two other tables by now and overall only the waiter could speak English so he had the full responsibility for all phone orders, ringing them up and taking payment as well as working the floor. This was awful. I've spend decades in the restaurant business and I'm really not picky. I know how hard it is, that things aren't always perfect and I am very forgiving. This was truly dreadful. I took the third order of garlic shrimp home but it also wasn't correct.