When I crave Chinese food, I come here. They have the best lo mein, dumplings, and sweet and sour chicken in all of central Connecticut.
AAA Inspector Notes
Attentive service and upscale décor match the atypical multi-regional Chinese cuisine. All of the ingredients are fresh and prepared with flavorful sauces including the house specialty Peking duck. Professionally dressed servers in full suits are attentive and will bring over a hot pot of tea at the beginning of the meal along with hot scented towels between courses at dinner. The complimentary sliced pineapple and orange slices are a nice way to end the meal if you are too full for dessert. The setting is one of casual yet simple elegance with gilded framed oil paintings, and a well maintained fish tank, and tables that are dressed with linen covers, candles, and fresh flowers.
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