In operation for more than 20 years now, this eat-in Chinese restaurant is one of a few of its kind in the area. A dark ambience presides over the dining room, which is accented with thematic artwork, elaborate light displays and beautifully etched glass pieces. Lunch appears to be a more casual style of service as it usually appeals to the business crowds. Dinner is more relaxed with the staff having more of a presence in regards to service. The chef presents a menu with more than 100 Cantonese and Szechuan items, as well as some house specialties. The menu features standard selections such as crab rangoon, wonton soup, fried rice dishes, chow mein, chop suey, egg foo yong and moo shu to name a few.