If you're used to most Chinese restaurants, you know the food usually arrives very quickly. Not so at eC's. But I believe there's a reason.
We ate at eC's on a Thursday evening recently. It wasn't crowded when we arrived, maybe 4 or 5 other tables seated. We ordered cheese won-tons for an appetizer and they arrived quickly and were quite good. Then came the long wait. I could hear the restaurant filling up with other patrons and tables adjacent to ours were seated as well. While we waited I noticed at least a half dozen people who had ordered take out walking by our table with their food. The waitress was very nice and kept telling us our food would be out shortly. Then after about a half hour wait, she came out and said something about the noodles for my Singapore Street Noodles being delayed. She said a fresh batch of noodles was being made up and the food would be out shortly. A few minutes after that she brought us some more complimentary cheese won-tons to make up for the delay. I think it was about 45-50 minutes after ordering that our food arrived. It was hot and very good! My wife had sweet and sour chicken and I could tell it was made fresh. My Singapore noodles had a nice curry flavor to them.
I would recommend eating at eC's if you have patience. I have a feeling the delays in getting the food is that, unlike most other Chinese restaurants, their food is made fresh to order and not pre-cooked. Considering the food was prepared to order, the prices were extremely reasonable.
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