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Jeremy Young
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  • University of Hawaii at Manoa
    Electrical of Engineering, 2011 - present
  • Illinois Institute of Technology
    Biomedical Engineering, 2006 - 2010
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Best kind of casual Chinese restaurant in the area. No frills, just great food. 554 is a must try, and the won ton (dumplings in soup, can order with noodles as well) are awesome too. While I was in college at IIT, I would frequent this establishment often-- late nights, after church gatherings, or dinners with friends. It's easy to find, about midway on the main Chinatown drag. Just follow the smell of char siu (Chinese BBQ pork). This place is reasonably priced with tasty dishes. For some reason, I enjoy the lackluster decor and ambiance. To me, this means that the food must be good; how else could they stay open? As previously mentioned, my favorite dishes from here are the 554 (BBQ pork and an egg on top of rice), and the won ton min (the dumplings with noodles). I've tried to replicate the 554 at home, but it's never the same. You've gotta go there to get it. I like to put lot of the sambal (red chili sauce) on top of it. The other menu choices are great too; the egg fu young for example (something like an omelet smothered in gravy). It's more authentic Chinese food than the usual Americanized fair you usually would find on the US mainland.
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