on May 1, 2002
Ready for some really tasty Chinese food, served in an artsy-but-not-intimidating atmosphere? Come on over to Eliza's where savory dishes in an atypically "nice" environment where you're not obsessing about about the cleanliness of the kitchen.
Once you dine at Eliza's, you'll understand why people patiently wait to get a table. Each dish is garnished prettily, tastes authentic (although they do have some Americanized "Chinese" entrees), and priced very reasonably. Combined with the inventive decor of flowers, colorful art, Eliza's makes a great date place. However, lunch is the best deal, where you can get a cup of soup, entree + rice for about $5. A burrito at Gordo's can cost more than that!
I have tried the mango with beef, Hunan Fish, Hunan lamb, green beans & tofu, mu-shu chicken, spicy eggplant, chow mein - I have not been disappointed. The only items that I am a little wary of are the appetizers - very American to me, but popular with that target customer!
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