January 20, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Ever since I ate the ducky from that place, I have been dreaming to coming back and eat more duck !
Simple enough ! We are going to do Duck Dinner , All we are going to eat will be duck and Veggie and Rice. we will order 1 duck for every 4-5 people plus veggie and white rice.
we will go get Ice cream at Ice cream factory after dinner. and might be just walk around the hood to enjoy the China feeling.
Payment: Cash Only! (Please Bring change to make organizer job easy)
Please take your RSVP seriously as other guests often have to be turned away. There will be a $2.00 organization fee for this meetup to be collected at the day of the event.
and After that we can go for a back massage in Chinatown or underground Karaoke place or bar if we feels like it.
Here is the some yelp reviews and pictures of the food
First off this is not a Pho joint. It's a Tsao Chou noodle shop, and if you base your expectations on that, you will walk out of here extremely satisfied. I'll get to the point.
1. The place is cleaner than most Chinatown joints
2. The service is brusque, but it's Chinatown, so that should not come as a surprise
3. When you come, make sure you order the roast duck. Its super authentic for roast
duck Tsao Chou style. Note it's NOT Peking freakin' duck!
4. If you want to get something good, make sure to get either the seafood noodles or fish ball noodles. The soup/broth is amazing and you'll thank me later. Stick with the seafood noodle options because that's their bread and butter. Seriously.
5. Appetizers beyond that aren't really necessary though the spring rolls are good
6. If you eat all this make sure you use their homemade hot sauce on the side. The one with green chilies is amazing, take a hearty spoonful of it (or two) and put it in a dish and put a little soy sauce in it. Dip away, it's very tasty. I often come here to buy the hot sauce to take home