I've done the research and am still confused as to where to go (I have a long list of restaurants and they're all starting to look/sound the same). Husband and I are looking for a mid-priced restaurant that preferably takes reservations.
At the risk of offending, we're looking for classic "New York Chinese" -- meaning good won-ton soup, egg rolls, spare-ribs, mo shu pork, lo mein, etc. Authenticity not as important. I'm an LA Chowhounder and we have Monterey Park closeby.
Looking for a "Jewish Christmas" experience, preferably in Chinatown, that won't break the bank ($100 or less for two people, sans alchohol).
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