I wasn't sure what to make of the restaurant when we arrived. The parking lot was empty and so was most of the surrounding area. I am glad my husband and I stayed. Our waiter was really nice, and the food was tasty. I try to avoid wheat so I tend to order dishes with white sauce. When I do have meat, (it’s a once a week tendency for me) I prefer poultry or any sea/ocean creature. The menu actually listed how the meat was cooked, the vegetables included, and the sauce. To be honest, I’ve never had a flavorful white sauce dish before, but this restaurant’s Moo Goo Gai Pan was delicious.
My husband also enjoyed his General Tso’s chicken. I took a bite, and it was also very flavorful. I don't know what they do differently, but I prefer it. One complaint would be the iced tea. My husband didn't like it and said something was off. I took a sip, as well, and he was right. He ended up ordering a soda. Anyway, I was more than satisfied with my hot tea. As for the environment, it was average and clean. I took pleasure in seeing real plants used as decor.
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