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$8 for $16 Worth of Chinese Fare
The menu includes à la carte items such as crab rangoon ($3.95), spicy szechuan chicken ($6.95), and sweet-and-sour shrimp ($8.95). Lunch specials, which include crab rangoon and fried rice, deliver cashew chicken ($6.95) and beef with broccoli ($7.95) to plates from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. A daily buffet ($8/person) includes an ever-changing cast of dishes, such as kung pao beef and vegetable lo mein, alongside fresh fruit, salad, and desserts.
Owners Peter and Andrea Nguyen apply 20 years of Chinese cooking experience to fill empty tummies with an extensive buffet of bottomless eats and cooked-to-order dishes for delivery. Diners stroll down the alley formed by glass-domed counters to search sizzling trays filled with fresh dishes, such as stir-fried beef or bubbling soups. A chilled section shelters a colorful spread of fresh fruits and salads to fill out meals with natural sugars and roughage. A private dining room accommodates up to 50 guests with room enough to sate a large celebration or seat an emergency session of the state senate.