Reviewed by richard braithwaite on 01/30/2020Rating: Very inexpensive food, very tasty. You can can a whole meal for $7.00. They are very friendly. I go there all the time. Their BLACK BEAN SESAME PAST SOUP is delicious.
Reviewed by Yang C, on 11/15/2019Rating: The special tofu dessert (豆腐脑）is worth of trying. It’s okay not great but the taste is good. Very small place so maybe hard to find.
Reviewed by Cash Simon on 12/16/2019Rating: Finest food, helpful staff, constantly fantastic vibes. They charge affordable rates and the food quality is good. Keep up the good work.
Reviewed by M D Forbes on 11/20/2019Rating: Chinese food, awesome. had a friend come into town and asked me to take him here again. this place has a nice feel to it. my apartment is far from here, so i can't visit often.
Reviewed by mydiemho on 10/28/2016Rating: Tl;dr ordered the hot savory tofu curd.
Menu is only in Chinese but there's is a young man working there whom I think can speak English.
I was craving savory chinese breakfast and found this place on yelp. Long story short, I went two days in a row cause it was so good! Everything is dirt cheap, you can stuffed your face for less than $5. You won't need $5 latte to wake you up cause the tasty food will jump start your palate and your brain.
You have to get the savory tofu curd, it's scooped from a giant pot of fresh tofu and topped with pickled veggies, peanuts , dry shrimp and sit sauce? (and an optional huge heaping of chili). Best of all, it's only $2.50! It's the best heart warming food on a cold morning.
The 🔺 shaped deep fried taro cake is also worth a try, though I don't think it's healthy to eat often. Outside is perfectly fried with the right amount of crunch while the inside stay soft and smooth. It's different than the taro cake I grew up with, really smooth with no visible pieces of taro and the taro flavor is not that strong either.
I also have the sticky rice roll and I would say pass on that.
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