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Got a rare opportunity to have an unplanned lunch with my Daughter when her school called and said she was sick. With a 102.7 temperature I rushed her directly to our local doctor. He was out for lunch so we had an hour to kill around lunch time. Walked over to Lobster King where we found the place pretty crowded with mostly Chinese people enjoying Chinese food. Looking around at the place I felt like I was back in China. There are hand written menu boards on the walls showing daily specials. When they are out, they get erased. Fresh Crab Soup, Oysters, Lobster and Abalone were a few of the specials on this day. My Daughter wanted Soup so we ordered the standard Won Ton Soup (8.95). The Soup was filled with Won Tons and a few nice pieces of Pork Char Sui. Nice flavor and enough for two or three people. The Young Chow Fried Rice ($8.95) was also good and included Vegetables, Egg, Shrimp and Char Sui. The Sweet and Sour Pork ($13.95) with Onions, Bell Pepper and Carrots was excellent. Looking at other dishes coming out of the kitchen, I definitely want to return. On a previous visit here I remember not liking the place too much but now I like it and want to return again to try a few dozen more menu items. This was a lot of food and we had plenty of leftovers to take home for dinner.
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