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Serenity in Vienna--does anyone read Chinese?


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Serenity in Vienna--does anyone read Chinese?

PollyG | Oct 24, 2007 11:01 AM

We stumbled into Serenity last night, intrigued by the Chinese on their street sign. They have a Chinese menu, but it isn't translated. The English menu looks mostly like your typical Chinese place serving a primarily non-Chinese clientele, but we had a lightly fried homestyle tofu (not ma po) dish and a sliced hot green pepper and pork dish that indicated some far more authentic talent in the kitchen. If someone here reads Chinese, the place is worth further investigation.

Serenity is located in the little strip next to the Safeway that houses several other restaurants and a coffeehouse/live music venue.

I think they're newish. A lot of their dishes are from some defunct "House of Hunan."

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