Super Specials
Served All Day - No Substitution Please
Lunch & Dinner Specials
Served All Day - No Substitution Please
Appetizer Combinations
Pu Pu Platter
7 Varieties Served in Native Style with Flaming Hibachi Consists of Fried Shrimp, Chicken Wings, Egg Roll, Barbecued Boneless Ribs, Chicken Fingers, Teriyaki Beef, Crab Rangoon; Only One Substitution Within the Pu Pu for 2 at $1 Additional Charge
Chop Suey
Chow Mein
Fried Rice
Pad Thai
A Popular Thai Noodle Dish, Rice Noodles Stir Fried with Egg, Been Sprouts, Scallion & Ground Peanuts
Lo Mein
Soft Yellow Noodles
Egg Foo Yong
Sweet and Sour
Meatless Dishes
Hunan Style
Moo Shi Dishes
Moo shi is a classic Mandarin cooking that has been well accepted by American Chinese food lovers. It is prepared with egg, meat, mushrooms & vegetables. Served with 4 pancakes to roll up the Moo Shi. Extra pancakes are .30 each.
Kung Pao Style
This is the most famous style of Szechuan cooking invented by a teacher of a Manchu prince. It has peppers, garlic, scallions, soy sauce, sugar, peanuts & vinegar.
Szechuan Dishes
Rice Sticks (Soft White Noodles)