I've been here twice for lunch and the food is excellent. My mother who is originally from Taiwan insists we eat here when she comes to Dallas. The food is authentic and fresh and very inexpensive at lunch time. My mother loves to order the Bitter Melon with pork, which comes with perfectly julliened strips of tender pork. The (salt and pepper?) pork spare ribs are great, kind of like thin deep fried pork chops with scallion, garlic and jalepenos. The exterior is crisp and crunchy, the meat inside succulent and juicy. And the eggplant stir fried with basil, is fragrant and surprisingly not greasy. Yum! With lunch entrees around 6-7 dollars a piece, this place is a great bargain too. Don't expect much decor or ambience, the place needs an update pretty badly, but the food more than makes up for the lack of atmosphere.
Pros: Great food, inexpensive, take out
Cons: not much ambience