This restaurant serves good meat alternatives (tempeh, etc.) that are amazingly realistic if you really like the texture of chicken, for example. The "fake chicken" is terrific, while the beef is less so -- takes somewhat like the chicken. The seafood is REAL. Prices are reasonable ($$) and it is definitely a family Chinese restaurant. They put vegetables in dishes, including the Kung Pao dishes, and, in a radio program, the owner said that they concentrate on organic and fresh. Food is tasty!
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