Sometimes the best places are those hidden gems that you never think twice about giving a chance. I have passed by Gou Bin more times than I can count and it always caught my attention however being located at that bottom of a multi level retirement home never made me want to give it a try. One weekend my curiosity finally got the best of me and I decided to give in and give Guo Bin a try, and I am so glad I finally did.
To start off my meal I ordered the Wonton Soup, which served with mushrooms. I am not a fan of mushrooms so i simply picked them out. The soup was delicious and reasonably priced at $2.75. The table also split an order of Crab Rangoon, which were served quickly and tasted freshly cooked. I noticed a bit more crab than your typical crab rangoon which is always a good thing.
For my main entree I ordered the General Tso's Chicken which was possibly some of the largest pieces of chicken I have seen at any Chinese restaurant. The chicken was slightly crispy and covered in a delicious sauce. Rice was served in a large bowl that was shared with the table. I also had tried some of the Mongolian Beef, which was awesome and full of flavor.
Bonus star here for the service, which is simply outstanding. I really did not expect the level of service that was provided at Guo Bin. The staff here is overly attentive without being pushy and intrusive.
I look forward to coming back, and know that next time I simply will not drive by without giving Guo Bin any thought.
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