Not sure where the “Chilean” came from on TA. It would have been fun to try a different fusion Chinese cuisine. I love “Chifa,” the Peruvian-Cantonese fusion. But, no, as far as I can tell, this is plain old, USA-Chinese food executed nicely.
The food is tasty. We enjoyed tender sautéed broccoli. That was a simple dish done very well! Lo mein, fried rice, Ma Po tofu, and mooshu were all very good. The eggplant was bland. Portions were generous. The service was attentive and the decor was nice, but not stuffy.
The Pass Region deserves a solid, sit-down Chinese restaurant and I’m glad this came along to replace Tang’s.
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