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New Chinese is Arlington (Courthouse)


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New Chinese is Arlington (Courthouse)

mnadel | Jul 24, 2006 06:48 PM

Last night we ate at TNR Cafe, a Chinese restaurant that just opened this weekend on Wilson Blvd at Courthouse in Arlington (next to Ireland's Four Courts). TNR stands for Tea, Noodles, Rice.

It was quite good. Arlington lacks good Chinese food; this could become one of the best. We had very good fried dumplings, sensational egg drop soup, decent hot and sour soup (not very spicy), and kung pao chicken, which was very good, although it tasted nothing like kung pao chicken normally does.

The place lacks atmosphere and energy, but they are trying, and the service was good and friendly. It might be ideal for take-out. I recommend giving it a try.

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