This Chinatown restaurant is located in the basement of another restaurant. The food is cooked to order and the prices are very good. It looks sketchy to enter the basement but I think they rely on prices to get people in.
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I'd not eaten in the tiny Chinatown left after the gentrification of the area in a while, but found myself with a friend downtown who was in the mood for Chinese. This place is a low key basement kind of place. No frills, to be...More
We came here upon stumbling this place in Chinatown. It looked like a truly authentic Chinese food place. We came here for dinner. We ordered the chicken fried rice, beef with pan-fried noodles and Mongolian beef. All dishes were very tasty and what you would...More
I had a lunch in this restaurant last week. one dish is called Stir-Fried spare ribs. they used pork loin centre chops instead of ribs. their explaining was that they always cooked like that and nobody complained. Are spare ribs and pork loin centre chops...More
Family vacation to DC. looking for Chinese food. If you are staying in china town DC not a bad place to look up and have lunch or dinner. Food came out quickly but service was not great. Bottom line cheap for DC and good to...More
The chicken and vegetables, or Moo Goo Gai Pan, is very tasty. The prices are very reasonable, and the staff is friendly. They offer daily specials, some are only $3.50. You can't beat that. Don't let the fact that it's a basement restaurant discourage you.
We ordered the lunch special last week with prices from 5.95 to 6.95. I had the chicken with vegetables, and my husband had sweet and sour chicken. Each came with rice and egg roll. Big, tasty portions for a small price. The wonton soup was...More
Small family owned cafe. The food was good and filling. House fried rice and chicken on stick was enough for two people to split. Lots of items to choose from on the menu, so I asked what's popular. They said everything. They don't have very...More