Choose from Three Options
- $15 for $25 worth of dine-in cuisine for two or more
- $27 for $50 worth of dine-in cuisine for four or more
- $30 for $40 worth of carryout
- See the menu.
With 30-years of restaurant experience, Sam Louie, Mai Dragon's owner, describes his restaurant's menu of Chinese dishes as big, "almost like a book." There's truly no shortage of options when it comes to popular favorites, from sweet and sour pork and kung pao chicken to shrimp fried rice and beef lo mein. Vegetarian options also abound and include spicy ma-po tofu and crispy, deep-fried eggplant.
The other main attraction is the expansive sushi bar, where three expert chefs, including a 12-year veteran from Domo, slice and dice fresh fish into immaculate specialty rolls made with tamaki rice and sashimi. The fiery, tuna temptation roll incorporates pepper tuna and spicy tuna with avocado and hot sauce, while the Maryland maki focuses on fresh crab meat, avocado, scallop, and fish egg. It's almost a shame to dig into a helping of seared salmon, since its delicate presentation looks like a modern work of art or an ancient sculpture if the Greeks had been more into raw fish.