This restaurant is one of those so-called chinese restaurants that serve a menu invented in San Francisco USA in the 1930's. The recipes are as American as apple pie. I patronize this place pretty often and they are consistent, tasty, and courteous being owned and operated by a family. They are very generous with the portions, and it's easy to make two meals from one. I prefer a sauce on my meal that isn't normally served, and they are happy to custom create anything you wish. Lunch and Dinner menu available anytime, and the luncheon portions are sized such that a middle-aged adult can't finish it. Prices from $5 to $10 include a side soup or egg roll, and a choice of rice. They also offer the mongolian style where the customer picks their ingredients from a make table, then they hand it off to the kitchen to stir fry your creation. The place is plain and simple, the foods tasty, and the value exceptional.