Our party of nine elected the recommended large party option at $12.95/person this evening. I thought this was quite a good deal and we definitely got our money's worth in quantity (we took home about half of every dish). We got hot tea to drink and our water glasses were conscientiously refilled. For starters we had a large bowl of egg drop soup, a large bowl of hot and sour soup, and a large plate with vegetarian spring rolls, pot-stickers, and shrimp puffs. For our entrees we received a large bowl of rice, and large plates of sweet and sour pork, orange chicken, chow mein, green beans, shrimp, beef with vegetables (I don't have the menu in front of me so I'm a little vague on the exact names). All of the food was classic americanized, oversauced Chinese. If you like this style, you'll love this place. The service was a little spotty but not terrible. However, if you've ever had authentic Chinese food, this place will not make you happy. Lots of oil, lots of sauce. The shrimp dish was the best, the sweet and sour pork next. The green beans were not overcooked. But all was depressingly standard American Chinese - too much sugar, too much oil, too many carbs. No dish allowed the underlying ingredients to come through. None had the right mixture of spicing (for instance, the hot and sour soup was actually bland). The good news is the children found the food edible. The bad news is the adults found it all over sauced and under spiced. No subtle flavors here. Since we ordered the standard fare, perhaps we deserved to get the standard fare. But I won't go there again.
Pros: Professional, clean, spacious, fast, good value
Cons: Over sauced and overly sweet food