I'd been curious to try Grand Chinese restaurant for a while, and when I finally did, at about 8 p.m. on a Monday night, there were only two other people (but at one table) seated in the restaurant. The atmosphere is pretty basic, although slightly more classy than I had expected. They also have some uniquely shaped booths, which I enjoyed.\r
I ordered Mongolian Beef, and my date, the Sesame Chicken. They were both priced at $8 - $9, and came with white or fried rice. The food came extremely fast, and the Mongolian Beef was exceptional! Tons of beef mixed with scallions and a lot of onions. It had a prefect kick of spiciness to it, but it wasn't TOO hot. The Sesame Chicken was good, however I get Sesame Chicken at almost every Chinese restaurant I go to, and I've had better. The potions are big (as with most Chinese restaurants) and I'm eating the delicious leftovers today.\r
All in all, I was highly impressed by how quick the service was. The prices are fair and pretty average based on how much food you get for your money. I would recommend this restaurant, and will likely be back to it soon.