Okay, sure. This place is old and dusty. The carpet is worn. The decor hasn't been updated much since the LBJ administration. And never mind that "Yen" isn't even a Chinese unit of currency. This place has CHARACTER and there's something to be said for longevity. Scores of loyal customers have kept this place open for decades to enjoy heaping portions of Almond Boneless Chicken, Chop Suey, and other favorites served up plentifully and cheerfully amid an atmosphere that drips with faux-oriental ambience. And speaking of dripping: Make no mistake, this is strictly deep-fried American-style "Chinese Food." But man, it's tasty. And those portions have every Chinese restaurant in town beaten in terms of size and value for the money. Seriously, folks, there's a LOT of food for what you pay. Ignore the run-down appearance of the place, the lack of culinary authenticity, and the proprietor's apparent insistence on storing cleaning supplies in full view of the lobby. This is the spot to be if you have a "yen" for gorging yourself on American Chinese food.
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