Yum Yum is basic but the food is made from fresh ingredients and is very good Atmosphere is sparse but accommodating.
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My son is a new freshman at MU and we were looking for his Chinese food replacement from home. We came here and was pleasantly surprised. Overall, we found this place to be pretty good. I would highly recommend their eggplant in shiang sauce - yummy (oh I meant yum yum).
We enjoyed the very unique Chicken LoMein and Vegetable LoMein. If you never had Mei Fun, theirs is delicious, although not on the menu. Be patient when ordering, their English is very poor.
I recently moved to Oxford. I have been craving Chinese food but couldn't really find any restaurants that I liked. We took a chance with this restaurant and were very happy with our vegetable lo mein and General Tso's tofu. The owners were also very kind and earnest people. Will return again and I recommend you stop by as well.
What a way to start out the New Year. Our food selection and preparation was wonderful. The chicken and mushrooms was generous and quite tasty. The egg plant with Yu Shiang sauce was full of flavor- both spicy and complex. The staff as always was friendly and efficient
Yum Yum was much better than I thought it was going to be and the portions were huge. Definitely recommend it if you want to try something new. Tried the fried rice and chicken and shrimp lo mein and they were both great
Tasty, fresh, authentic. This place seems to be a favorite among Miami U. students from China -- and with good reason. If you are a beef eater, try the Cumin Beef. Other delightful choices include: seasonal veg platter, steamed dumplings, sweet potato soup.
We can't believe we can eat so authentic Chinese food in such a small town. We take our kids here for a swimming meet and we ended up with eating here everyday.
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