It's hard for a non-Chinese speaking person to navigate a Chinese menu, but I would argue the level of expectation is infinity higher on someone who actually looks Chinese like we do. Jenny and I yearn to unlock the mysteries of fine Chinese dining who's special off-menu menus are only divulged to those who speak the language. We were lucky that our bilingal and beautiful friend Shianne was visiting, or we'd have to settle for fumbling through the vague menu. Thankfully, even for the most novice of diners it was pretty painless ordering off their english menu.
We splurged on peking duck and it did not disappoint. The crispy duck is thinly sliced and served with scallion, pancakes, and bean sauce. For a little extra, duck fried rice can be made with the remaining meat (above). We enjoyed other dishes as well - sparing no expense in our choices. After the meal we received complimentary bowls of red bean soup. Our total bill was a reasonable $40/person for a beautiful five course meal. A good contender for party of 3 or even 10+. I'll have to remember to bring my mom and uncle here sometime.