This is a place for people who mostly just care how good the food is, and are somewhat adventurous eaters. If that's you, run, don't walk, to Moy's. I'd stay away from the traditional Chinese-American standbys here--the ones I have had (General Tso's, Sesame Chicken) were not my favorite versions. But here are some great things to try: Rice Noodles with Chicken and Green Beans in Black Bean Sauce (or same with fried fish instead of chicken), Beefsteak in Black Pepper Sauce, Roast Duck, Fried Kwai Chiu (a rice noodle dish with Chinese Sausage, shrimp and egg), Pork with Pickled Mustard Greens, Pea Pod leaves, Choi Sum, Spicy Stirfried Whole Shrimp, various noodle soups with dumplings, wontons, duck, pork. They do a nice Peking Duck too but you have to order it a day in advance.
I'm salivating just thinking about it.
The proprietress can be stern and she doesn't like it if you try to stray from the menu or ask them to turn off the TV which is sometimes playing at night, or tell her you ordered something different than she brought for you. It's hard to park, too. But it's all about the food.
Pros: Really good food
Cons: Campus parking, sometimes brusque service, basic decor, TV