We usually get take out here but decided to eat in the restaurant. Service was great and the food was delicious. We were surprised that there were no family style of ala carte offering and merely rice or noodle plates. The take menu offers more options. I'd recommend skipping the fried rice upgrade on the plate meal and just ordering a plate of fried rice as you will get more and have the option of including meat in the rice.
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