We ate at "the other" Chinese restaurant first. Barely had the courage to come here. First thing I noticed - the locals eat here and everything I saw looked good. We had a beef and vegie hot pot (yummy) and a vegie chow mein. Plentiful, hot, the vegies just cooked enough (big points from me), the meat in the hot pot was cut thinly and flavored with fresh ginger. We even shared a chocolate sundae to mark our successful meal.
IMO this restaurant could hold its own in a town less cut off than Masset.
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