My wife and I were simply famished and didn't want hamburger, Mexican, and the other 'comfort food' norms that we find in the less populated tri-state dry regions. So of all things, we decided to get Chinese.
The location of the restaurant is on the eastern side of Cortez. It's located at an intersection where there is a bowling alley and a now defunct steak place. We ordered our food for pick up. Ordered a combo lo mein, some egg rolls, and a sweet and sour soup. The food came out pretty quickly and presented in a large cardboard tray which was great since it was easy to check everything. Got back to the hotel and really started digging into the food. I found the lo mein to be very tasted and lack in any meat. Actually quite a great value for the money.
I will probably go back before the end of the week.
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