On a recommendation from our hotel, we decided to try this restaurant and came away very happy that we did.
If your idea of ‘good’ Chinese food is chow main, chop suey, sweet and sour pork, and deep fried egg rolls, this place is probably not for you.
If, however, you’re looking for a more authentic Chinese menu, Fortune Star would be a good choice. As with any restaurant, it helps to know what to order and the waitstaff was very helpful, even though we’re well versed in Chinese food. There are several items on the menu that are hot and spicy, but the chefs will accommodate your desire for more or less heat. If you have a special request, like more garlic, they are also happy to make it so.
We started with pepper salted squid as an appetizer. It arrived quickly and was perfectly done...very light and crispy. Could have used just a bit more seasoning. We also ordered garlic baby book choy, a noodle dish with chicken, and a seafood curry dish. Yum! All the dishes were more than generous and we had plenty left over for a road picnic the following day.
If Fortune Star was in my home town, I’d be a regular customer.
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