Pretty good food.
Been coming here since 1998. It is located near Ranch 99 Market. We've tried different menus. Walnut prawns, crab dumplings, wonton soup, Kungpao prawns, etc. They are all pretty good. Unfortunately, couple of the servers are not that fluent in English. The boss lady is somewhat unfriendly. When asked for extra hot sauce, she said no. The restaurant is small and the tables are close to each other. The prices are ok, not expensive, but not as cheap as many other Chinese restaurant out there. Their lunch specials are cheaper, but make sure you go there before 4 PM and not on weekends.
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