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Tuesday, 05 January 2016



We inadvertently visited this restaurant last week (Little Sheep was packed). It was an ok meal. I heard they make their dumplings in house (sold out that day) but buy their XLB from someone else (we tried the XLB - it was pretty awful). The cumin lamb we had was incredibly salty the day we visited. The dried veggie & pork short rib soup was the winner for us. Service was terribly slow that day. Family agreed it's worth another visit to try out more items.


Hi Faye - Knowing that they are basically a Hunan restaurant quickly steers us away from Jiaozi/XLB/ try their Hunan style dishes.


Hope they work out the kinks.


I'm so excited for this place now! So many dishes look delicious, especially the tofu


I do too Kat!

Hi Kirbie - Give them a try. Not everything is great, but I think it's a step above most other places.

Ed (from Yuma)

It looks really interesting. I don't recall seeing most of those dishes in SD before.


Hi Ed - This place is worth checking out next time you're in town.

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