"Cheap and filling" says it all about this "solid" C-town Cantonese plying an encyclopedic menu of "familiar" items in "old"-looking digs; the "pushy" service comes with language-barrier issues, but no one notices when its "kick-a@s lunch specials" are on offer.
Cheap, weird, and utterly authentic, this is a Chinese restaurant you want to go to with a large group of serious foodies. Not everybody is going to love the frog porridge or shrimp swimming Miracle Whip, but the mere fact of having tried them will be something to boast of for years to come.
Cantonese contender amazes with authentic dishes that'll push some diners out of their comfort zone.:
Though it suffers from the same bright lighting that afflicts so many Chinatown restaurants, Amazing 66 does make a few small gestures toward individuality. A chandelier hangs...