Yes, the extensive menu here does feature some tasty examples of Chinese restaurant staples such as shrimp fried rice ($7) and crispy bean curd ($7); and yes, their portions are huge. But why fill up on that stuff when you have a bowl of roast-pork won ton noodle soup ($7) staring you in the face? When compared with the plump, five-spice-and-sesame-scented won tons and the chunks of pork swimming in the salty broth, everything else here is pretty much secondary.