Sixty-Five serves the large combo meals you crave; beef with broccoli and sweet and sour chicken come with fried rice and an eggroll. Memories of your high school cafeteria will come flooding back as you stand in line. Served from behind a long counter, big spoons dish rice onto your plate or into your to-go container. Though the line moves pretty quickly, it's probably a good idea to know what you want before it's your turn to point and choose. Time-crunched bellies scooting their empty trays along can get a little pushy. But for less $7 a combo, it's easy to take the, umm, eagerness, with a grain of salt.
Average cost: <$10
Centerstage Reviewer: Janis Mabalay