Gourmet Kingdom is under new management, and while the decor and atmosphere still leave a lot to be desired the restaurant has huge potential ... as well as huge portions. The two of us ordered the szechuan wontons, spicy chicken, shredded pork with green onions and the green beans. There was easily enough food to serve six or eight people, and we had leftovers for three meals.
Everything was very good, but in retrospect we ordered badly, even though we sought the advice of the waiter. All the dishes, except the green beans, had the same szechuan chili sauce, and the meat dishes were ALL meat, with no vegetables. By the way, contrary to some other review we didn't find any of the dishes very spicy, even the three hot spicy chicken, which is the hottest dish listed on the menu. I'd like to explore the huge and varied menu a little more and suspect after a few visits one could find a lot of interesting dishes that go well together.
All the staff were speaking Mandarin, and a number of the customers were Chinese.
For two beers and the four dishes we paid around $60 with tip, a good value considering the huge portions.
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