This restaurant really doesn't look like much from the outside. But it actually serves Chinese food that is well made and fresh. We went with a large group, half of whom were Chinese, and they all agreed that the food would pass muster in China.
I wasn't entirely sure where the chef was from, but there was ample use of cumin and red chilies in our dishes--I preferred those dishes to the dim sum that we got, which was alright, but nothing amazing. It's quite large on the inside--our group had 20+ people and we were seated comfortably.
If you are a fan of the super oily, extra spicy Chinese eggplant dish (not everyone is), they do a good rendition of that here. Shrimp with peanuts also good. They do a cumin beef with red chili dish that tastes a lot like Uighur food, but without the Szechuan peppercorns.
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