Place has no atmosphere, although the website makes it look quite elegant, but the food is worth the trip. There is your standard Chinese fare, but also a more traditional menu which contained dishes I was too conservative to try but sounded fascinating. I had the Ruby Chicken, which was good but too hot for my palate these days; husband had the Orange Beef, which was thin and crispy in a nice, thick, spicy sauce. We also had the sesame noodles as an appetizer, which were delicious, and the fried onion pancake, which was too oily. The service was excellent and the owner/chef came out and greeted us when we left.
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