L100 Egg Roll (2) 3.00
L101 Vegetarian Spring Roll (4) 3.50
L102 Pot Stickers (8) 5.50
L103 Scallion Cake 5.50
L104 Beef on Stick (2) 3.25
L105 Chicken on Stick (2) 2.50
L106 Crab Rangoon (4) 3.00
L107 Hot Spicy Chicken Dumpling 5.50
L108 Shrimp Toast (4) 4.50
L109 Vegetarian Tofu 6.95
L110 Chicken Lettuce Wrap 6.25
L111 Combo Appetizer 4.95
1 each: Egg Roll, Crab Rangoon, Beef on Stick and Shrimp Toast
L112 Fried Chicken Wing (4) 3.00
L113 Vegetarian Steamed Dumpling (8) 5.50
Lunch Entrees include fried rice, egg roll and soup
Lunch served from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm 7 days a week
Chicken
L400 Chicken Vegetables 7.50
L401 Chicken Garlic Sauce 7.50
L402 Chicken Broccoli 7.50
L403 Orange Chicken 7.75
L404 Sweet and Sour Chicken 7.50
L405 Kung Pao Chicken 7.50
Chicken stir-fried with green peppers, carrots, bamboo and peanuts
L406 Cashew Chicken 7.75
L407 Thai Chicken Tofu Basil 7.50
L408 Chicken Egg Foo Young 7.00
L600 Hunan Beef 7.95
Beef stir-fried with green peppers, carrots, bamboo and baby corn
L601 Beef Broccoli 7.75
L602 Beef Vegetables 7.75
L603 Kung Pao Beef 8.00
Beef stir-fried with green peppers, carrots, bamboo and peanuts
L604 Mongolian Beef 7.95
L605 Beijing Beef 7.95
L701 Sweet and Sour Pork 7.00
L702 Pork with Garlic Sauce 7.00
L703 Pork Egg Foo Young 7.00
L501 Shrimp Vegetables 7.95
L502 Kung Pao Shrimp 8.50
Shrimp stir-fried with green peppers, carrots, bamboo and peanuts
L503 Shrimp Lobster Sauce 7.95
L504 Shrimp Egg Foo Young 7.50
L800 Hunan Mixed Vegetables 6.50
L801 Sichuan String Beans 7.00
Dry sautéed with fresh garlic and green onions
L802 Beijing Tofu 7.50
L803 Kung Pao Tofu 7.50
L900 Vietnamese Shrimp Mei Fun Noodles 7.50
Mei fun noodles stir-fried with bean sprouts, onions, carrots and eggs then topped with grounded peanuts
L901 Beef Rice Noodles 7.50
L902 House Special Pan Fried Noodles 7.50
Chicken, beef and shrimp sautéed with bean sprouts, onions and carrots in sauce then topped onto crispy pan-fried noodles
L903 Pad Thai 7.50
A popular Bangkok stir-fried noodle with chicken, bean sprouts, onions, eggs and grounded peanuts
Items marked in red indicates Hot & Spicy.

Beverages

Maiden Tea
We’ve carefully chosen Maiden Tea for its superior flavor and aroma. Made in Jingmai Mangjing and carefully picked from ancient tea trees, it exhibits a well-balanced, smooth flavor that is rich and sweet in its finish. It goes well with spicy or oily food.

There are three flavors to choose from :
Jasmine, Green and Oolong Tea

Soft Drinks
Wine
Beer
Tropical Drinks

Chinese Tea drinking Customs :
Chinese pronunciation for tea is “cha”

To show respect: younger generation greets elder generation with a cup of tea. That is a way to show their respect

Apology: When we have a serious apology to make and words are not enough, we “pour tea and apologize.” That is an act of regretfulness and submissiveness

Saying “Thanks For Tea”: After someone pours a cup of tea for someone else, you see the person knocking his bended index and middle fingers (or similar varieties of finger tapping) on the table. This is still used today!

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