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Hei, Hei Tiger in Tysons II.

Ziv | Mar 14, 202005:28 PM     2

I have been avoiding public spaces this week, I spend a good amount of time w some octogenarians and want to err on the safe side. But I was Jones'in for some food prepared by "not me" and Hei Hei Tiger is wide open plus the staff was pretty scrupulous about keeping it clean so I ordered the Hong Kong Wonton Soup. Picked up the tray when the buzzer went off. Added pork crisps, some peanuts, red chili oil and a green concoction I can't remember. Not a bad meal! The wontons were tasty, the egg noodles had that earthy flavor, it was a rather nice bowl of soup. Not great, but rather good. And it was nice to just wander around the mall.

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