Had lunch here today with my husband. I had spicy seafood noodle soup and he had spicy eggplant. I tasted his and thought it was fine. The sauce was a little too gloppy for me, but the flavor was pretty good. I was pretty disappointed with my dish. The veg. and seafood all tasted like they'd been sauteed in some kind of oil that I couldn't identify, but it was the only discernable flavor and I didn't like it. The broth was one dimensional and not very spicy either. It was hearty in a way, but not complex. I was really hoping this place was going to be good b/c it's close by and I love good Chinese. I might try it again only ordering dishes that others thought were great- I know the green beans are supposed to be good. It is Monday, and it was lunchtime, so maybe it's better at dinner/other days. When I left I noticed the smell of the oil emanating from the kitchen and it make me feel a little ill. Then I saw a box of Queen Bee noodles thrown out by the dumpster- it said they were Chinese yakisoba style. I don't know if they claim that all of their noodles are homemade, but unless something else was stored in that box, it looks like they are using some pre-made noodles. There was only one waiter and he was getting more harried as the place was filling up. He was pleasant enough but seemed overwhelmed. Atmosphere is pleasant but overall I was not impressed.
Hi thanks for your comments. I would like to clarify that we do make our own noodles and the dish you ordered had fresh made noodles in them. We do however buy our chow mein noodles and they come from a local company in Beaverton (Summit noodle). We don't(nobody does) have the capacity to make our own chow mein (yakisoba) noodles. If it was more or less possible then I would. We are proud to be one of the few restaurants in the state that make our own Potstickers, Xiao Loong Bow, Dumplings, Spring Rolls, Noodles, etc. If the Char mao noodle dish was not to your liking, I wish you would have said something, for we take pride in what we do and would like any opportunity to correct any mistakes. Best regards, Henry