This place has changed hands a few times, but still is quite good. For dinner, we had some dim sum to start. It was fresly prepared, not sitting on the steamer all day. The Peking duck was only so-so. The pan fried noodles with beef was excellent. Service was gracious and not rushed. I would recommend.
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