Check out the size of this menu. Given that only one person orders for the table and that large meals can often last several hours, the size of the selection isn't too surprising.



Because going out to eat at a sit-down dinner is a bigger deal in Chinese culture than in the U.S., I felt that the time spent at dinners was typically longer. The service was noticeably better, but there were certain aspects of the meal (large menus, family meal style with the Lazy Susan) that showed how much more time and value Chinese culture puts into dining out compared to American culture.