Oriental CafePosted: July 5, 2011
Overall: 2.6 (Ariel: 4, Dan M.: 3, April: 2, Joe: 1, Lauren: 2.5, Rayza: 2.5, Eva: 2, Sue: 3, Devan: 2, Abby: 2, Danielle: 3.5, Dan F.: 4)
Taste: 2.8 (Ariel: 4, Dan M.: 2.5, April: 2.5, Joe: 3, Lauren: 2.5, Rayza: 2.5, Eva: 2, Sue: 2.5, Devan: 3, Abby: 2, Danielle: 3.5, Dan F.: 4)
Proximity: 3 blocks, 7 minute walk.
Menu: Wide variety of cheap lunch specials (nearly 40 options!)
Price/Value: Very cheap – all lunch specials are between $5.75-$6.25, and good value – you get a lot of food!
Service: Pretty good. Handled a large group well. Easy to pre-order. Missed one of our orders.
Freshness/Quality of Ingredients: Meat and veggies were all fresh tasting. Noodles were just okay.
Pros: A great deal. You can sub fried rice for white rice.
Cons: Meals do not automatically come with duck sauce/hot mustard or chopsticks. Brown rice is not available. Menu does not provide descriptions of entrees. Dishes were hit and miss – sautéed chicken dishes were mostly disappointing, while Lo Mein and General Tao’s were quite tasty.