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Put a dent in appetites with Great Wall's extensive selection of authentic Chinese fare. For appetizers, crunch into two egg rolls ($3), four spring rolls ($3), or six cheese-filled wontons ($4.25). Chicken, beef, and seafood dishes abound at Great Wall Chinese Restaurant. On the poultry side, cross the road to get to the other side of almond chicken ($7.50), chicken broccoli ($7.15), or moo shu chicken ($7.50). Beef fans will appreciate Hunan steak ($9.15), orange beef ($7.75), sesame beef ($8.50), or beef french fries ($7.75), and second-rate first mates can redeem themselves with kung pao shrimp ($8.75) or sweet-and-sour shrimp ($8.50). For vegetarians, Great Wall offers Szechuan-tinged savories such as eggplant ($7.50), asparagus ($8.75), or bean curd ($7.25). Handmade dumplings are also available.