The Lucky Palace is inside a "value line" hotel chain so my thought of a good restaurant being inside was very skeptical. I was invited to a retirement lunch for a co-worker so I had to tame my skepticism and make a visit. The signage is bit poor so it is hard to figure which door to go in but once inside the interior is nice, the food good, reasonable prices (for lunch), and the service is fast. It is hard to take care of about 40 people at once for lunch, especially when you are fairly busy. The staff did a great job or taking orders and the kitchen was fast on getting the food out. The egg drop soup wasn't the best but suitable and the beef broccoli was great. I have now tamed my suspicions of the possibility of good food inside a value priced hotel and learned that you can't judge a book by its cover.
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