May 28, 2010
For some reason I thought a “Pu Pu Platter” was a joke. But “Pu Pu” is real! And it includes ribs, wings, fried shrimp, egg rolls, and the wholey “American” crab rangoon. Cream cheese? Sure, I’ll take it.
Long Island iced teas were enjoyed.
My crispy tofu with scallions and cilantro was great. The greens lent a fresh, crisp taste against the warmth of the tofu and rich sauce. I don’t remember what D. ordered–pictured at left–but he loved it. He’s playing a video game right now, so I don’t want to bother him about it.
We returned a week or so later with C., J., and Q. The large shrimp sauteed with garlic was a huge hit.
Note: Although dim sum is proudly posted on the overhanging signs outside, they do not serve dim sum. Shame. They do, however, serve the rarely offered geoduck clam–of which I have no experience and cannot say yay nor nay. But it’s uncommon and therefore mentionable.
Wei Wei | 1202 North Reynolds Road | (419) 531-1117
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