I was craving Chinese food so badly the other day but I'm not from the area and my boyfriend doesn't often eat Chinese so we turned to Yelp for suggestions. This ended up being our final pick. While it's not really anything special architecturally speaking or with regard to the decor, it's not too bad overall. We ordered the lemon chicken (with pork fried rice instead of white rice), a kung pao chicken combo, and a general tso's chicken combo. The lemon chicken looked great when I opened the box but it was pretty underwhelming. While I like fried/breaded chicken, I also like my chinese chicken to have that nice thick sauce on it and this one had a very liquid, very lemony sauce served on the side with multiple slices of lemon in it. It was really nothing but a weak, watered down, very sour sauce. The two combo plates were large enough to be satisfying for one person. One of them was great, nothing particularly special, but as good as almost any other typical Chinese food you might find. I didn't try the other, I believe it was the kung pao chicken, but it didn't look all that appetizing to me-- it just wasn't quite what I was expecting, that's all. The fried rice was good; I added some sweet and sour sauce from home to it though because it needed some extra oomph. My only real complaint about the rice was the huge chunks of onion-- I'm okay with onion but not when it's just giant chunks thrown in there. Overall this place was actually okay but I think it depends on what you choose to order-- and I personally would not recommend the lemon chicken. The staff seemed great, there was a guy at the counter who was friendly and kind and the woman also taking orders was very helpful; she even came out to take the order of a woman in a wheelchair.
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