Walter Nichols wrote about the Chinese cafe at the back of the Great Wall Asian supermarket. A couple of folks have mentioned it here, and I cruised by when shopping there last week. Yup, there are tables, and I saw people eating there, but I just didn't have any luck figuring out what they were serving or how to order it. The language barrier was too great and none of the serving trays were labeled, not even in Chinese.
In Nichols' article, he mentions several items and their price per pound, as if you were buying from the deli counter (and in fact, since this was the "Good To Go" column, that might have been what was on his mind) but there might just be a tasty lunch to be had there if only I know how to ask.
I suppose I could point and take my chances, but does anyone have any better suggestions?
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