We were in Plymouth on a mission which required waiting for a service. We were referred to "THE best place for lunch in town" by the merchant, and I'm a believer in enthusiastic referrals in small towns. The restaurant is beautifully kept inside, once you get past the 'order on the way in' room. The regular menu was creative and there were several specials. We had a hard time choosing! The General Tso's wrap was wonderful, as was the beef stew. A chicken quesadilla proved to be the best of it's breed! Do give this unassuming restaurant a try, maybe forgoing the many pizza places this college town offers. A real treat!