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First time to fantasy chinese:
- pork soup dumplings: we frequent nan xiang and kung fu in flushing, these were just about as good. I like the sauce a little more in flushing but that's nitpicking.
Dan Dan Noodles - Most of the online reviews mention homemade noodles, maybe they ran out, these tasted like instant ramen soup noodles. The dish was seriously lacking the ma la spice profile.
Sauteed String Beans with pork - Competently made
Salt and Pepper Fish Fillet - fresh fish, delicately fried, good dish.
Beef Chow Fun - A good rendition, the beef was delicious but the dish lacked some of the smokiness one associates with the best renditions.
Kung Pao Chicken - light on the peppercorns (maybe 3 in the whole dish), the chicken was delicately fried and the star of the show.
On end, we loved the soup dumplings, liked the other dishes but the spice level in the Dan Dan Noodles and Kung Pao Chicken seemed dumbed down for Westchester palates. IMO, the szechuan food at Imperial Wok in North White Plains is better but we'll return here for the great soup dumplings and B-level (maybe A-level for Westchester) szechuan/cantonese dishes.
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