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$15 for $30 Worth of Chinese, Japanese, and Thai Cuisine
The Chinese, Japanese, and Thai menus include selections such as beef lo mein ($8.95), yaki udon ($11.95), and pad kee mao ($9.95)—wide rice noodles cooked to a tender consistency and served with a choice of meats. Specialty sushi on the Japanese menu includes Christmas rolls with lobster, crab, avocado, and tempura flakes ($13.95) and shrimp tempura rolls ($6.95).
The ingredients used in Chinese, Japanese, and Thai cuisine are vastly different, as are the methods of preparation. At Zhuang's Garden, they come together in surprising ways. Eight crackling hibachi-grill tables and a sushi bar represent Japan, and Chinese décor and the aromas of lo mein hint at the traditions of that nation. Glasses of wine clink together above plates of Thai food at the BYOB eatery, where the dishes include curry that is the brilliant yellow of turmeric or a banana salesman’s business card.