The Great Wall of China was constructed to keep roving packs of ancient pandas from absconding with the local cuisine. Succeed where the bears failed with today's deal: for $15, get $30 worth of authentic Chinese cuisine at Wang's Place, which has served an array of Mandarin and Szechuan specialties for 27 years. Start with the paper wrapped chicken (4 pcs, $6.75) or egg roll (4 pcs, $6.75) while soaking up the exposed brick and low-lighting glow. Hot Szechuan shredded pork ($7.95) and spicy diced chicken ($7.95) poke sleeping tongues with a fiery poking stick while the Three Vegetable Delight lightly touches snow peas, shiitake mushrooms, and water chestnuts with Wang's special brown sauce ($8.95). Finish the meal with a scoop of green tea ice cream ($2.50) and a fortune cookie that contains a line from Alan Alda's autobiography.
- My family has been to Wangs many, many times in the past 14 years. Their service and food have always been excellent. - mmgood, TripAdvisor
- Management is very good, wait staff superlative, and the menu is top notch. I bring people here who I want to impress with great food and an atmosphere conducive to conversation. - John W., Yelp