I read some moderately flattering reviews about this place and it fit our parameters, it served plate lunch and well, it was lunch time. What didn’t fit our bill is what we found. We found a difficult to find hole in the wall with a few tables, some with locals slurping noodles and some with newspapers, this morning’s breakfast, some shipping boxes with fruit and a variety of untended house plants. In short, your slightly sloppy absent minded grandma’s kitchen. This one forgot to throw away yesterday’s food and left it in the small glass encased deli counter. All of the food looked like it was there for several days, untouched, with a dry crust formed over all the portions of food exposed to the fetid air in this sad dirty little restaurant. Don’t get me wrong, I grew up eating in Chinese hole in the walls in San Francisco’s Chinatown where you were never sure what happened in the restrooms and didn’t want to find out. I can overlook quirky, funky, dumpy if the food is good. And I hate to slam an obviously mom and pop operation but it appears they have enough undiscriminating local patrons who can overlook the poor food handling and hygiene aspects to keep this place afloat. We couldn’t so we turned around and walked out.
In summary, if the health department hasn’t found this place yet, you shouldn’t either.
Plate Lunch Score: 1 out of 10 (one being the worst of course)
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