When I first saw this place, I was hesitant to walk in. The restaurant had freshly-cooked pigs, geese, ducks, chickens, and all other animals hanging on racks by the window. Also, I'm 6'4. When I went in for breakfast, I started to worry if I would be able to fit. It's a very tiny, one-room dining area with a few chairs by the door. I couldn't even sit in the chairs to wait, lest I kick the cashier in the head with my long legs.\r
When I finally got the menu, I was confused. There was an endless variety of dishes, from standard beef and brocolli with rice to jellyfish and suckling pig. Except for the more unusual dishes, each category had over a dozen offers. One thing that caught my eye: the price. Everything was so cheap you wondered if there was anyone on Earth who couldn't afford this place.\r
The food was brought extraordinarily quickly and I dug in. It was real, authentic Chinese. Everything tasted absolutely perfect, and I knew that they didn't buy just cheap, low-quality ingredients. My mother and I had full meals, so big we had to box them both up, for just over $18. It's also open until 3:00 A.M., so if you ever make the mistake of wandering down Chinatown at three in the morning, pop in for a bite.
Pros: Tasty, authentic Chinese, very cheap, ultra-fast service.
Cons: Anyone over five feet tall will be cramped, no ambience whatsoever.