Diana and I had lunch at Full Kee in Chinatown on Thursday and noted that they have brand new menus. We didn't take the time to study them in terms of range of dishes and/or prices, but it was interesting that the Chinese names for dishes appear to be transliterated (or else they were in Vietnamese).
There seemed to be a wider selection of dishes than previously...but I need more time to analyze the range of dishes. Some of the prices were crossed out and the new prices that were written in were actually lower than the printed prices.
They still have the table tent menu with congee, offal, and noodle specialities.
By the way, we had our usual Hong Kong style wontons (no noodles)--terrific as usual, Singapore-style rice noodles (very nicely cooked and very savory) and broccoli Vietnamese style (stirfried with some hot peppers and I think fish sauce....very deep rich flavor).