This tiny shack is a hidden gem in the The Loop--providing huge meals for cheap prices.. The Scene There isn't much of one, unless you count standing in line as a "scene". But this tiny shack pumps out crates of Asian specialties that are packaged and ready to go in a matter of minutes. Or call ahead and your order will be ready, most likely before arrive. Service doesn't come with a smile, but at these prices, there are no complaints.
The Food The medium-sized menu hits all the usual favorites, including the American specialties of egg foo yung and chop suey, along with "hot dog fried rice"--which is claimed to be the most popular dish on the menu. Appetizers are on the expensive side (compared to the rest of the menu), mostly fried and could easily be passed over. Fried rice and lo mein are both heavily doused in soy sauce, with smallish amounts of meats and vegetables. Entrees are served with a side of white rice.