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Joy Luck Chinese, West Orange


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Really sorry about this.  There were several things on their menu that I really liked. But never, when I've been there, were there more than 3 or 4 tables filled.  And it was a fairly large restaurant.

I felt the same way, outside of a couple of small parties I saw hosted there. I'd often ask myself how they stayed in business--Question answered.

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Really sorry about this.  There were several things on their menu that I really liked. But never, when I've been there, were there more than 3 or 4 tables filled.  And it was a fairly large restaurant.

I felt the same way, outside of a couple of small parties I saw hosted there. I'd often ask myself how they stayed in business--Question answered.

I know, it was only filled during Dim Sum hour which of course you make less money off of (lower prices). It was one of the best dim sum's I've ever had; they even brought out sublime jellyfish and congee. Dinner was always great when I went too, especially the seafood; it's sad that the buzz never caught on for this place, which I thought was one of the best authentic Cantonese joints I've ever been to.

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