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Posted by Mike on 12/05/2014
Visited twice with friends. I would say greasy overcooked vegetable dishes are their house special.
Posted by Bill B on 06/28/2014
After waiting 2 hours for a delivery I called and went to the restaurant because they said their person had called me and there was no call on my cell phone. So 3 hours later and $28.00 I did take home the food my wife had called in but I would never order from them again or advise anyone else to use or go into their restaurant.
Posted by Cheri on 06/25/2014
Great food, every time..... A little expensive but everywhere else in south florida is inedible
Posted by Graphicsman on 05/09/2014
In 5 years we have never had a disappointing meal! the pan seared noodle dishes (2 sided pan fried noodles) are amongst the best we've ever had. We never order combo plates and always stay with the regional dishes (Never "chop Suey" or Chow Mein" type) and fried rice is supposed to be a way of utilizing leftovers, and it;s actually almost always white. The Mongolian dishes are also excellent, esp. the lamb, same with the hot & sour soup. I have never had anything but pleasant, attentive service from a friendly, helpful wait staff and, yes, we always get "fortune cookies at the end of our meal!
Posted by HG on 04/16/2014
Prices are ridiculously high. Will never go back there, plenty of other Local Chinese Restaurants that aren't as expensive and the food is either as good or better.
Posted by Bella Ving on 03/31/2014
I rarely review places and the few I have is because I really like them. The food was unappetizing. Elementary cafeteria food was better. We were 6 people and no dish was even tasty. The Moshi Chicken was bland with an odd spice. Soggy eggrolls. Soup that tasted like dishwater. some house seafood dish was gummy. The service was Incredibly RUDE. They did not come over to tell us the food was going to take over 30 minutes to prepare (and only a few dishes came out then). Or to refill drinks or to ask how we were doing. It took extreme effort to get the wait- staff and even the manager to talk to us. And we were seated at the table right by the entrance!
Posted by foodlover on 01/21/2014
In many ways reminds me of the good chinese restaurants of years past. Up until the very end of the meal that is, when this comfortable illusion rudely dissipates. NO FORTUNE COOKIE ! when asked, the lady who appeared to be in charge, said something to the effect of thats the way the cookie crumbles. THAT, destroyed another apparent myth of courtesy to a customer. SO, EVEN WITHOUT A FORTUNE COOKIE I CAN PREDICT THAT THEY WILL NOT BE SEEING ME AGAIN.