Had a fairly big takeout order, so sampled a few things: war wonton, rice, chicken and veggies, ginger beef, tenderloin beef, cantonese chow mein. Price was alright. The wonton soup was really good. Obviously this is the specialty. If I went back, it would be for the soup, and maybe to try some of the fried wontons they sell since wontons appear to be the highlight. Everything else was average, at best. No special flavours coming through at all. Disappointed with the tenderloin beef dish because it was the most expensive, and I expected nice soft beef. The beef was tough and chewy.
Nothing really compels me to go back unless I just craved wontons alone.
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