I just visited the resturant the other day and I got the General Tso's Chicken. For $6.95, I got the biggest pieces of chicken found any chinese restuarant I have seen. The sauce was sweet and tangy. My only disappointment was that the water was very warm.
I remember purchasing some Fritios Honey BBQ chips from this place when I was at the washateria across the street. THe prices here are no different the prices from any grocery store around the Sunny Side area and the management are pretty much laid back.
I really love this place. First, the grill is visible, so you can see what the chef's are doing. Then the breakfast itself is some of the best I have ever had. They make the pancakes as big as two double whoppers! The only drawback of this restuarant is its size. It was packed, but my family and I had trouble moving to our seats.
If you were coming out with a few friends or family members, then you will have a good time. The alleys are a nice size and there is a game room with arcades for the younger children. If you want somewhere to have parties, I would suggest you try Jillian's or somewhere else.
This place is where you want to go if you need your Sunday best shoes to be fixed. They take special to make that anything that is ripped is sowed tightly down. Also, the prices are low.
This washateria is one you want to pass if necessary. The reasons why is that washers are not clean, the restroom is dirty, and there is no Tv. Some of the dryers here get kind of hotter that most others, but overall still pass this one.
This washateria has been aroung for many years, and the service has not changed. The area is reasonably clean and the washer are about $1. The dryers get as hot as about the rest so you will be paying about $5 to $10 on dryers.
This washerteria is one of the nicest places in South Park. There are a small amount of regular washers and plenty of the $2 washers. The place is near the Timmy Chan's if you get hungry because these dryers will keep you here for a while.
This used to be my barbershop for a while but the barbers started to lose their touch. The prices for cuts were about $5 to $7. However, the barbershop was not that clean. For Instance, the bathroom was a mess, the toliet was not cleaned often. If you are looking for cheap service come here.
This barber shop is for all of the elder guys. I am not giving this a bad grade because the service was very up to par. The barbers were some of the nicest and friendliest people you would meet. I think that the younger guys would not enjoy it as much. So visit A.J. 's down the streets.