If you're in Chinatown and looking for a quick bite for a few dollars, try this informal little place. Family owned and operated, it's mostly frequented by aging Asian folks. The menu is printed in Chinese first, English second. It is not a place with any culinary pretensions; pig's fore shank is listed right above the standard chicken fried rice. The menu is fairly lengthy. The house specialty is the "hot pot". About a dozen varieties are served, ranging from hot-and-spicy chicken to pork and taro.
- Takeout Available: Yes