This is good old-fashioned Chinese food with the typical dishes we are pretty familiar with. Many diners are concerned about the heavy sauces, and salt content, and have turned toward lighter Pacific Rim fare. You can get a wide variety of beef, chicken, seafood and rice dishes here with no big surprises. The chop suey, the chow mein, the egg foo yung are all here, and that's nice sometimes. They are big on carryout, but it is a pleasant place to eat in also. Good soups and fried rice. Nothing to amaze.