Trust me, I'm a Chinese, not a college student, I do lots of cooking at home, and I know when it's good Chinese food. Lo mein is delicious! I have to admit, the generic fried rice that served with dishes is very generic. Next time I might order shrimp fried rice to see if it will taste better.
I can't remember which prawn dish we ordered, the prawns are juicy and fresh, very good job!
For those who do not read Chinese but love spicy dishes, wear your big boy pants and order T2 SiChuan style boiled spicy beef, it's spicy and saucy, very authentic. Eat at your own risk -- it will make your forehead sweat and your nose run!
For those who like a little bit of spice, order T5 spicy chicken. Chicken is well seasoned,lightly breaded and deep fat fried. Then stir fry with dried red chili, SiChuan peppercorn and other spices. It is SUPER DELICIOUS!!!! My husband said he wants to order 20 pounds of T5 to enjoy with beer on Saturday college football games (he's a Caucasian who loves spicy food, by the way).
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