The most popular Chinese dish, sweet and sour chicken, is the normal dish my wife and I order when we're in the mood for Chinese. We get the sauce on the side and an egg roll instead of so much rice. This makes a big difference because if you don't say anything, they will usually put the generous amount of chicken in a pool of sauce (too sweet to eat and not good for leftovers because it may become soggy). The rice is dry because it is obvious they do not use much oil, which I like. The flavor is a good contrast to the sweet sauce and chicken. The egg roll is, hands down, the best egg roll I've ever eaten. Do not get the spring roll, which is smaller, has no meat, and is therefore less tasty. The other dishes I've tried (general tsao, cashew, and almond chicken) are mediocre, but I've never had a "bad" dish. I think limiting the sauce would fix most of the negative ratings for this small take-out joint. I give them an A+.