Apr 09, 2015
[ CONTINUED] Everything looks mouthwatering, and it's difficult to choose only 2 (or 4) selections. There is often a crowd, especially at lunch and dinner times, so you pick a number -- you then spend the waiting time looking over the dishes and deciding which 2 (or 4) dishes you want - "I'll have that, and that, no wait, I want that, no wait, that looks bettter, no wait ..." . After you buy your plate lunch, don't forget to go to the condiment station and pick up your soy/mustard/hot sauces, chopsticks/fork, and napkins. Most people take the food to go, but there are tables and chairs. There is also have a limited selection of other Chinese food, like manapua (very popular), dimsum, eggroll, and they are pretty good too, but the main draw is the wide tasty selection of their main dishes. And for the amount of food they give, the price is reasonable too.