Chinese food just gets us. During a heartbreak, takeout Lo Mein comforts us. After a long night of drinking, we find ourselves inhaling Dim-Sum. When we’re under the weather, Egg Drop Soup nourishes the body and soul. Chef Pablo Zitman takes Chinese to a new level with his highly-innovative cuisine at No Name Chinese. The sumptuous Char Siu Bao is an overflowing BBQ Wagyu Brisket, Sweet Onion Jam & Char Siu Sauce (made from scratch by Chef Pablo’s wife). The Hong Kong Style Waffles with their homemade Miso Dulce De Leche, Shredded Coconut & Vanilla Whipped Cream are a fabulous flavor experience; while the vibrant Shrimp Dumplings made of Pink Shrimp, Ginger, Garlic, & Scallion Vinaigrette topped with Pickled Daikon Radish activate every tastebud in your mouth. It’s a great place to get together with a lively group of friends, or to dine solo. Be sure to try the delightful sangria and leave room for a remarkable dessert; NoNameChinese.com.
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