The chalkboard outside advertised an Asian chicken stir fry for $4. Sure, I thought, this will be a good spoonful. Inside it looks a bit like a set from "Escape from LA" after the war: bare floors, high industrial ceiling, large ventilation plumbing, a few tables scattered around and a few more up a metal staircase to a mezzanine. A single waitress is working the whole place. She's dressed in street clothes. I brace myself to be insulted. But now all the images flip. We've been three times, and each time the wait staff is knowledgeable, friendly, and efficient; the food is good; the local beer on tap is excellent. And the lunch special--whatever it is--really is that cheap. And it's a real lunch. The only problem is that the menu is so inviting that you end up grazing the menu. I can't resist their fantastic steamed dumplings and deserts. It's a really unique place, if you can find the tiny entrance just off the downtown parking garage in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
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