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Well-priced, and able to make special requests
This place is run by one Chinese woman, who is always there. Business is usually slow, so not only can you take your time ordering, but you can ask questions. The one woman is your server and chef, so there will never be any server-chef communication errors. Not only is tofu an option for the protein in every dish, some dishes are already vegan/vegetarian. Prices are similar to Chili's, Ruby Tuesdays, and other restaurants in that category, and all the dishes are pretty big.
on Feb 2 10
(last updated Feb 2 10)
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My friends and I used to like this place for eat-in and take-out. Yes, they have big portions and they offer veg dishes. Or so they say. Unfortunately we saw them more than once using the same cooking utensils/pan for non-veg and veg dishes without cleaning them in between, as well as using the same spoon to ladle out the various broths and sauces, both veg and non-veg, without washing in between. (It's an open kitchen.) Sadly, cleanliness in general seems to be an issue here. Too often you need to wipe off your own table before you can use it. I've seen raw food, both tofu and non-veg, left sitting together out in the open on the counter rather than in the refrigerator for who knows how long, with people passing right by (sometimes coughing or sneezing). The day I invited a friend to lunch and after lunch they got sick -- yes, as in sick -- was the last time I came here. Disappointing to say the least.
Whenever I'm sick, I crave this place. They make the best spicy soups and dishes that clean my sinuses out without obliterating my throat. Of course they have non-spicy dishes, (I love the Chinese Black Bean), but I always come whenever I'm sick to make me feel better. They also have a variety of condiments like soy sauce, hoisin sauce, and rooster sauce.
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It's across the street from the urgent health care center on the way from the Sonic/Starbucks intersection to Seneca.
$$ - average