|Beef Szechuan style|
After surveying our limited options, we decided to eat at Tony Cheng's, probably the most famous establishments in the area. It has won numerous awards including "Washington’s Best & Best Bargain Award" and has been visited by all sorts of celebrities as evident by the numerous pictures adorning the walls. Tony Cheng's spans across two floors, on the first is an "all you can eat" Mongolian buffet and on the second is a Chinese restaurant. It's nice to see Tony only uses a flight of stairs to separate Chinese and Mongolian influences rather than the traditional 5,500 mile long wall. We opted for Chinese considering it was late and we did not want to attempt the walk home after gorging ourselves.
This place is great for if you are looking for a solid Chinese meal or if you are looking to end that search for the fruity white whale.