This Chinese food just hits different
yes, there's a burger
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Today’s is a fun one, because it involves a ghost kitchen.
Ghost kitchens can be a mysterious thing. I mean, we’ve all mindlessly scrolled through delivery apps to see what was around, only to encounter spots that all suspiciously sound the same, like “Blazin’ Wings,” “Atomic Wings,” “Fiery Wings,” and “Wing Zings.”
Their menus all appear to be exactly the same (usually boring), and when you do some further snooping, you’ll find that the food all originates from the same mysterious address. That’s when you realize you’ve been duped by a shadowy corporation trying to monopolize your attention while offering you mediocre food.
So I’d understand if you approached this next recommendation of mine with a little hesitation. But I promise that this independently owned Chinese restaurant is worth the odd location, the weird pickup procedure, and the fact that you might have to scarf the food down in your car (thankfully, there’s also a small park nearby).
Oh, did I mention they sell burgers, too?