Ever heard of Xinjiang, China? Any idea where Kyrgyzstan or Tajikistan are? This is from where Mas' delicious food originates. The far west of China, bordering Russia, where, in these Russian steppes, the people's are traditionally nomads, and most follow the Islamic religion. Just like the peoples, the food is exotic, yet familiar. You will find lamb on the menu, highly recommended, but no pork. But, of course, the restaurant is Islamic. The beef and chicken and seafoods are succulent, and depending on what you order, the flavors are either delicate or bursting with flavor. I saw many spicy dishes I will order next time, but visiting with my caucasian friends, we ordered standards; lamb sautéed with homemade noodles, orange beef, Chinese broccoli and one order of the several super tasty flat breads. Delicious! I saw several dishes that looked familiar, but each one has that distinctive Western China twist. If you want something that is a break from the ho hum Cantonese-style Chinese restaurant and a refreshing surprise, Mas' is the place.
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