This is a fantastic Chinese restaurant located right off of route 2. I've stopped here a bunch of times on my way to Hutchins Farms and every time left impressed with the quality of the food. And while the entrance is a bit confusing because the bottom floor is Chinese/Taiwanese and Hibachi while the upper floor is Japanese, once you actually figure it out it's really not all that bad and well worth the trouble. On every one of my visits there, I've only been to the Chinese and Taiwanese part and have yet to check out their sushi house upstairs.
Upon walking in, you'll definitely notice a few things. There's a whiteboard with a bunch of specials on it and there dining room is a combination of tables, booths and Hibachi stands. There's no dividers anywhere, it's just one room.
Having been there multiple times. I can honestly say that I've never had a bad meal. Their food is fairly authentic and the menu is quite big and features all kinds of dishes. Some of the highlights from my prior experiences have been their sliced beef wrapped in scallion pancakes ($5.95), their steamed mini, juicy pork dumplings ($6.95) and their wonton soup ($1.95). Their beef with onions and green scallions was also one of my favorites ($11.95) and just about any other dish I've had. They also have dishes featuring all kinds of seafood items, tripe and to top it all off, you can have various kinds of bubble tea to wash it all down.
All in all, it's a clean spot with good service, good prices and good food. It's nothing outstanding, but well worth eating at if in the area. A lot of their customer base are of Asian descent and that was a something I noticed every visit I've had there - and that my friends, is always a very good sign. Another great thing: they have a large, private lot with plenty of parking.
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