The décor here is casual while the cuisine is Asian. The varied menu includes pork dumplings, noodle dishes, won ton ravioli, Szechuan duck, crispy shrimp, General Tso's chicken, grilled portobello mushrooms and hot-and-sour or spicy vermicelli soup. Affordable dishes, ideal for sharing, are brought to the table in the Chinese tradition—as they become ready, rather than all together. Lunch specials include soup, rice, main course, biscuit and tea or coffee. A tasting menu is available for tables of two or more.
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