When you’re in the mood for a reliably great Chinese meal, Tai Tung is a fantastic choice. The menu is quite long, and the portions are huge, so make sure you’re hanging with a ton of friends if your priority is to try a bunch of dishes. We’re big fans of the almond chicken, which is crispy battered chicken topped with nuts and served with a sweet sauce. No matter what, always start with an order of the wonton soup, which is some of the best in town.
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