Great Chinese food! Authentic unless you like chicken balls deep fried, round shaped, with a sweet red sauce. Otherwise, the black bean sauce is made in house, and the soups we have tried, both wonton and hot and sour are always delicious. They are a busy location so the food is always hot and fresh.
Their combination plates are so large, two can share, perhaps with an extra delicious egg roll, or some soup, to start.
The atmosphere is somewhat dreary, but with new tablecloths, and a bit of paint just done, it is improving. The lighting is poor, but the food and service are good.
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