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From Our Editors
If the roasted duck and wonton at China Rose tastes so good that you feel like singing, feel free to get up and do so. Assuming, of course, that it's a Friday or Saturday between the hours of 9 p.m. and midnight. That's when the restaurant complements its fried rice and house special fish filet with rounds of karaoke. However, the chef's tried and true renditions of Asian cuisine give customers reason enough to visit at any point during the week. Beers and cocktails from the bar wash down appetizers such as crab rangoon, entrees such as Szechuan beef with peanuts, and other dishes served either hot and spicy or mild.