Ordered $100 worth of food. Don’t get me wrong. The awesome lady at the front desk was super kind and nice. I enjoyed her company and conversation, the gentleman in the back was level headed and looked like a prince. The downside in atmosphere is they are in a dying strip mall on the far edge of town. But the biggest thing that is hurting them? The food. It’s just awful. I am sorry to post this. But we (literally) could not stomach it. The (Lo-main) should always be made with soy sauce, if you wish to add anything to it like the overpowering sesame oil, that would be secondary. You cannot call this dish (loMein) it is sesame noodles. One a note. I am allergic to Sesame oil. The chicken wings. Should always have a signature spice or sauce. Plain wings are a customer request, not a dish best served. To add to that almost all of the 10 wings were broken. The bones were splintered and I caught one in my gums on the second one. Then tried multiple others, thinking it was a fluke. The wings say (fried) they were far from fried. The (dumplings) fried and or the (chicken dumplings) not sure which be I got cause they were all stuffed with a foul taste of fish and fishy odor. Very disappointed, the dumpling sauce was sweet/tart and over salted. The general Taos and sesame chicken for another person, well breaded (batter) vs a course coating is not ideal on these dishes. It’s becomes THIA food when battered like tempera, and the sauce does not complement the dish. It becomes soggy and mushy. The sauces used were straight off wee (a multi international) distributor. There sauces are sub par at best to begin with. Very over sugared and or salty, If they had any signature sauces it could have made a huge difference. But every single sauce, was straight out of a mass distribution wear house and many were old or expired. Even the teriyaki chicken dish left so much to the imagination. It was packaged well, with the best presentation. But over all the taste was very bad. On the plus, all dishes seemed to be cooked throughout so no risks of raw meets. The part I am most confused about, is why my dishes had an option for egg rice, steamed rice or (loMein) when it was going to be served in a bed or undercooked rice to begin with. This place needs to invest in a sticky rice maker. The rice was very bad and undercooked. The foil chicken or paper chicken was overpriced and super tiny portions. I suggest you replace this with chicken skewers. Because I had expected more from this place, having such wonderful people working in it, I was gravely disappointed. Also I really thought the fortune cookie would redeem something, but it was a (sour lemon) cookie. The added lemon was not needed. It was good until that bitterness overcame my tastebuds. I really did try. I wanted to like it. I also got the egg drop soup. But it was factory made. No originality to any dish. And the cheapest ingredients available. Very disappointing. And a waste of $100. They do have a marble Japanese soda. And it was fun and enjoyable.
This is the only place in town to get house-made soy meat dishes. They will make almost anything on the menu with soy meat instead of real meat. If you're vegetarian and miss orange chicken or sweet and sour, this is the place. It's a take-out shop, with a couple of tables, so don't expect fancy dining. Do expect quick, reasonably priced, tasty food.
Foods is good, not great but good. Cheap also, so that helps. Service was fast ( I went on a non busy day, so I don't know how it gets when it's busy) overall a good place to eat.
Great deals for the price and lots to choose from. Also has gluten free options, just ask. Call ahead or order inside. Just make sure you check the open and closing times. This is Garlic pork with fried rice , egg roll and soup dinner , plus a extra order of cheese wontons.
Very good and large portions. Lady who worked there was pleasant and accommodating
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