If it's two in the morning and you've got a hankering for Chinese food, this is the place to be. The ambiance is akin to a university cafeteria, with swarms of young people sucking down cheap food in the wee hours. For penny pinchers, this is a good option day or night. The service is quick, the portions huge, and the food unexceptional but certainly decent.
A heaping helping of braised noodles goes for a mere $3, while most of the seafood items are less than $10. It also whips up a full selection of milk shakes, "special drinks" like the Ice Cream with Red Bean and Pearl and hot and cold coffees and teas.
Average cost: <$10
Centerstage Reviewer: Freda Moon