the food isn't something to rave about. it was served hot, but it tasted bland and the servings were really small. if you're looking for chinese food, there are other, better chinese restaurants nearby.
Posted: 6/26/2010 • Link to this review
We only had takeout from Lee's, and just once, but based on this experience we won't waste our money a second time. Our order was 2 soups, eggrolls, and egg fu yung. The eggrolls were small, exceptionally oily, filled with chopped cabbage, nothing else. The soups arrived in cut-down containers so they were not the full quarts we were used to getting from other Chinese restaurants. The subgum wonton soup was short on the meat and seafood it should have had, and the wontons themselves were filled with about a quarter teaspoon of tasteless meat. The broth could have been dishwater if you went by the taste, no effort in the preparation we could tell. Ditto for the rather expensive seafood soup, which came as mostly the tasteless broth and not much seafood or anything else in the container. The egg fu yung was a gyp, just don't know any other way to put it. When we opened the styrofoam clamshell, it was only about 1/3 filled -- really hard to believe a place could be this chitzy. And, like the rest of the meal, the 2 small egg fu yung patties were tasteless, and seemed filled with whatever dried-up leftover vegetables they had laying around. A sprinkling of 8-10 small pieces of shriveled vegetables completed this unappetizing selection. We understand places having bad days, but this was too much. (Wasn't cheap, either.) Don't know what else to say, but we will never use them nor any restaurant in their chain again--there are enough other nice Chinese places in the area.
Posted: 5/18/2008 • Last edited: 5/19/2008 • Link to this review