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This narrow slip of a restaurant serves both Mandarin and Szechuan cuisines, with an emphasis on traditional dishes such as honey-walnut prawns and hot, spicy stir-fried eggplant or Chinese long beans. For lovers of mu shu dishes, there are versions made with beef, chicken, shrimp, or vegetables. A thriving takeout business hums both days and evenings. Lunch Tues.–Sat., dinner Tues.–Sun.
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