The food portions are really substantial and while prices have crept up a little, its still a bargain. Some of the food is Americanized Chinese and frankly won't be "deep fried" enough if your idea of great Chinese is what is passed off in many restaurants. Their pork fried rice is awesome, not because it has frozen peas and carrots in it (it doesn't--that's gross) because its what fried rice should taste like. It is obvious many things are made in house including the BBQ pork, their soups and many other items by cooks trained in Chinese cuisine. Yes, there are actual fresh vegetables in their dishes. If you know how to actually order Chinese food vs. asking for a #6, you will be pleased. If you are used to a plate of deep fried everything, it may not make you happy. The ambience of the place is straight from the 1970s and can be depressing. It is clean, but its definitely ancient. Also, when its less busy, it can be awkwardly quiet, no background music, no other sounds, except the occasional conversation in Chinese between the front of house and back of house. Those perceiving "yelling" may not realize that Chinese is spoken based on intonation so what might be thought to be yelling, is quite normal. And yes, actual Chinese people are working there so cultural differences on display and sometimes Chinese people can be quite brusque which some might interpret as rude. But so can Americans, Mexicans and people of all backgrounds. Honestly, if you know what to order, you will get the best authentic Chinese food you can get in Yakima. If you think Safeway or Panda Express are great authentic Chinese, I suggest you stick to eating there. Service is always fast.
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