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Sunday, 22 May 2016


Ed  (from Yuma)

It serves a purpose, I guess. Some people couldn't take Ba Ren. And there are so many "Mandarin and Szechuan" restaurants around that some folks think that is Szechuan. Was there any numbing spice?


The food here is flavorful, Ed. Some items have heat (we never have been asked to order a heat level; just take what the chef does) none of it is numbing though. I've never felt the need to add so much of the tabletop condiments at any other restaurant.

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