This restaurant specializes in Szechuan, Hunan, and Cantonese cuisine. That might just mean Chinese-American, but locals have been enjoying the fare here for many years.
The menu, like most Chinese-American menus, is huge. There are 182 items (not including lunch specials) in categories titled Appetizers, Soup, Fried Rice, Chow Mein, Chop Suey, Lo Mein, Chow Mai Fun, Egg Foo Young, Poultry, Roast Pork, Beef, Seafood, Moo Shu, Vegetable Plates, Sweet & Sour, Health Food Section, Combination Plates, Chef’s Specialties, Lunch Specials, and Special Dishes.
The selections for meat preparations are also pretty standard – with broccoli, with cashew nuts, with black bean sauce, sesame, hot & spicy, orange, sesame, General Tso, Kung Pao, Mongolian, etc.
Special Dishes include Phoenix & Dragon (jumbo shrimp and Chinese vegetables in white sauce; sesame chicken), Seafood with Pan Fried Noodles (jumbo shrimp, lobster, crab meat, mixed vegetables, white sauce, pan fried noodles), and Triple Hunan (beef, chicken, shrimp, mixed vegetables in a the chef’s special spicy sauce).
From the looks of things, most people carry out large paper bags to be eaten elsewhere. But the dining area is suitable enough – well-lighted, bench seating, open kitchen.