Dishes ordered:

Sesame Bread with Green Onion (thin), $7.25
– Chicken Homemade Chow Mein, $6.95
– Lamb Homemade Chow Mein, $7.25
– Mu Shu Beef (with 4 Pancakes), $9.95
– Beef with Leek, $11.95

The Sesame Bread is a popular choice here, and the thin option is actually quite thick. The thick option is about twice as thick as the thin ones. Very filling dishes due to all the starch. The homemade noodles are thick and can be floury. Beef with Leek is typically spicy, but you can request non-spicy. The Mu Shu Beef doesn’t actually come with American pancakes; it comes with thin wraps that you fill with the beef mix. It’s pretty tasty, but the wraps are so thin that it ends up tearing if you put too much of the beef mix.

Every time I’ve come, it’s always busy. I will never forget the time I found a ladybug in one of my dishes. My family has been calling this place “Ladybug Restaurant” ever since, and we still come back despite the incident.


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