- The Scene
Welcome to Chinatown: a glass case with hanging carcasses of roast pork, duck and chicken, the last often with its head still on. Realism gives way to casual comfort in the dining room, with a mixture of booths and glass-topped tables with inlaid wooden chairs. Paper dragons hang from high ceilings in the pentagon room.
A mixture of the everyday and the exotic, with an emphasis on seafood. If you're adventurous, ask your server for suggestions or point to the dishes on the next table: Chinatown attracts many Asian-Americans and old China hands. Barbecue samplers like the "Double Delight," chicken and duck served on orange slices, can also double as appetizers. For a combination of delicious tastes and unusual textures, try pan fried noodle with seafood, shrimp, squid, scallops and grouper on a bed (a mattress spring?) of permed noodles that crunch like chips.
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