favorite local mom and pops chinese restaurant with a great history behind its inception..
The food on their menu is always the same but there is variety in their selection, which is great for people who don't like commercialized promotional items that are just as bad as pop-up ads. It is not a fancy place, but it's great for a good chinese take out and movie dinner night if you don't feel like cooking. The husband and wife owners were refugees of the Vietnam War and came to the US for a better living. Customer service isn't their forte, but their food will compensate for that. Their oldest daughter is now an MBA student, and their son is an honor high school student and athlete. I recommend their popular fried chicken wings because they have a unique crispy spicy batter on them you can't find anywhere else, any kind of fried rice, and boiled noodles with beef or chicken. It's a very simple restaurant for simple people who want to unwhine and pop open a box and call it a day.