OK, the cold spicy sliced pig ears were a little too adventurous for our Western palate, but everything else we had at Mr. Chen's was delicious, as you can read in our new full-length review posted today.
Mr. Chen’s is a relatively new restaurant, tucked away in a strip mall next to Green Valley Drugs. It’s gotten a lot of good chatter on Internet foodie boards such as Chowhound for its authentic cuisine. You'll find things like intestine, squid, beef belly, bitter melon, and the aforementioned pig ears. Despite the authentic food, Mr. Chen’s is still very approachable for novice Westerners. The menu is clear, the servers speak English, forks are provided, and the décor is pleasant, and there are plenty of delicious dishes available for all tastes, like the steam buns pictured here.
It's been quite a while since we wrote a full-length restaurant review, and for that we apologize. Bhamdining.com is primarily a hobby site, and our day jobs over the past year or so have become quite hectic. We'll try to do better. But even when we don't have new full-length reviews, we do post short impressions and news in our blog, and you also can peruse the listings and read the comments of other restaurant goers, so come back often.