|I live near this restaurant so I've been here many times due to convenience. They have a large variety of gluten meat dishes although much of it tastes the same. I think their veggie dishes are better than the "meat" dishes but liked the kung pao chickn recently. They do have real seafood so be careful you don't order shrimp thinking you are ordering fake shrimp. Pot stickers are really bland.||LolaBanana
|The food is fine and inexpensive. Nothing to rave about but not much to complain about, either. Solid vegan options not much in the way of fresh food. Mostly tofu and gluten. Be sure to specify you don't want egg drop soup.||cinnazimt
|Finally stopped in this place for lunch, although it has been there a long time. They offer veggie, tofu and faux meat entrees, and don't charge extra for brown rice. Menu about 50% veg, 50% seafood - veg dishes are cheaper. Food was typical for a moderately priced Chinese restaurant. It's nice to have this option in a non-vegan-friendly neighborhood. Bonus points for putting "VEG" on large sign.||greg
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