We arrived around 8:30 and got a table with a fantastic view.
I had delicious crispy spicy chicken in honey sauce with sesame seeds. I had a fantastic side order of real Lo Mein, a simple dish of noodles (I would have quite happily eaten for my main course- if I'd known!).
T. had cashew shrimp - though he was torn between that an his favorite familiar, Mu Shu Pork. From memories of last summer he was sorely tempted, but managed to settle on the shrimp and cashews and was glad- as he now has TWO favorites...
and the quiet charm of the marvelous view.
Our meal was finished with a perfect Irish coffee- made with authentic care by the bartender who learned exactly how to do it, in Ireland!
|OK- the car was moving...|
After the loss of the only other decent Chinese restaurant last year, we were so happy to know that the Peking House hadn't pulled up stakes as well! (Here's hoping that a great show of visits will convince them to maybe try out staying open for the winter! To all the locals reading this and longing for some tasty Chinese, please check them out, it's well worth it.)
Except we had an unexpected guest, who sort of put me off!
(T fished him out - and as he wasn't back this morning, we're hoping he's found another pool to bask in... and call all night long in his husky Leopard frog-