Arriving on a Sunday, at 1 p.m. we were the only car in the parking lot: should have been a tip-off.: when our group of fifteen arrived, ours was the only table occupied. The restaurant was, I believe, a former IHOP and the inerior shabby, not too clean, and unattractive. The food- poor, poor , poor. The precourser, a fried won-ton skin without filling was cold. The 'paper chicken' a mealy mess, and both served near-cold. The mu shu pork consisted of mainly bean sprouts, uncooked or mere blanched with scrambled egg, and mine had no pork. My daughter's had two miniscule shreds of pork. but remained uneaten. And so forth.
The soup, the orange chicken were fine, but of median quality and far from remarkable. The crispy chicken [ lemon] quite good. Their Pineapple Chicken had required minimum prep time- just open a can of pineapple and throw some in.
This place may, at one time, have been fine-- certainly not now.