Chinese Cuisine

Egg Rolls & Hot and Sour Soup – Chinese Cuisine

Complimentary for lunch. I’ve had better, but these were okay. Soup was a mild, not too spicy. Egg rolls could have used more filling. But hey, these are both free, so not bad. There’s also a mini salad bar for free too. There are cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuce, and hard-boiled eggs. Doesn’t look amazing, but again, it’s all free.

Shanghai Fried Noodles

I’m not too certain of the meat, but I think this had beef…but what i mostly remember is that it was on the oily side. Large portion though, serves 3-4, $7.99.

Sauteed Fish Fillet

Fish, carrots, snow peas, bamboo shoots, seaweed, and water chestnuts, $5.99. Decent portion for 1-2 people. The spoon is way too big for the dish, but it’s a little too slippery for chopsticks. Again, a little too oily for me. I do like that the fish was very soft though. Comes with a bowl of steamed rice, but the rice was hard. Recommendation: pour the soup over the rice!

Sweet & Sour Chicken

Again, rice was hard, dislike. The Sweet and Sour Chicken ($5.99), on the other hand, was pretty good. Big pieces of chicken, drenched in sauce with chunks of bell peppers, pineapple, and onions. Good for 1-2 people.

Plenty of space in the seating area. Mandarin staff. The first time I came here, I was given a fortune cookie, but the second time I came, I did not receive one. Not a big deal, but it’d be nice if they were at least consistent with the fortune cookies…

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