The dishes at D.H. Wu's are served in the most flavorful sauces I've ever tasted and the meat & vegetables are very fresh. The freshness and quality of the meat and vegetables are obvious because D.H. Wu's does not try to camouflage anything with heavy breading and thick sauce. My favorite, General Tso's Chicken, is perfectly light and crisp, not soggy with a lot of gristle like it's served at a lot of other Chinese restaurants. The fried rice is simply rice that is brown, and what I consider to be fried rice. Some other Chinese restaurants try to pass off yellow rice as fried rice. Shrimp dishes are served with extra large, plump shrimp. Portion sizes are generous.\r
The menu is extensive with many appetizers, soups, noodle & lo mein dishes, chef's specialties, specialty rice bowls, seafood, poultry, beef, pork, vegetarian, Cantonese specialties and fried rice. Whatever you're in the mood for, I'm sure it's on the menu.\r
Prices are very reasonable, for example:\r
Egg Roll $1.15 * Shrimp Egg Roll $1.35 * Wonton Soup $1.50 * Pork Lo Mein $4.75 (lunch) $7.95 (dinner) * Sweet & Sour Shrimp $5.75 (lunch) $8.75 (dinner) * General Tso's Chicken $4.95 (lunch) $7.95 (dinner) *\r
Beef w/ Broccoli $5.25 (lunch) $8.25 (dinner) * Sweet & Sour Pork $4.95 (lunch) $7.95 (dinner). The service at D.H. Wu's is extremely friendly and efficient. The restaurant is very small, with only about 15 tables. The decor is minimal, with mood lighting and everything is spotless and super clean. But the real highlight is the food, which is absolutely delicious.
Pros: Delicious food, reasonable prices, great service