We settled in and perused the menu, noting both the sushi and the dedicated vegetarian sections. It didn’t take us long to make our selections. I opted for orange chicken and the hubby decided on chicken lo mein.
As we waited for our food to come up, I tried to place the vaguely musty smell. The hubby swore he noticed nothing so I wondered if it was due to my seat being near a damp window. After a short while, I got attenuated and ceased to notice it.
Since our meals were dinner plates, they each came with fried rice and an egg roll. The plates came up piping hot and aesthetically plated.
The hubby’s lo mein (shown at the top of the post) was passable, but not anything out of the ordinary. Our check came with the standard fortune cookies. These seemed vaguely lemon flavored but were chewy and otherwise flavorless.
I’m glad we went because now I know I’m not missing out on anything grand. The food is run of the mill food court Chinese food. I was happily surprised by the flavor of my orange chicken, but the thickness of the sauce was a bit alarming. Coupled with the underwhelming egg roll and my tea which was so weak as to be water and I won’t be back.
Total for the meal: $17.77 (includes two dinner plates and two drinks)
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