New to the area and am looking for a new Chinese place to fill the spot of the last one since it's now clear across town. I saw the reviews on here and decided to give it a try.I ordered wonton soup, as it is my absolute favorite and imo it's very easy to make. So I was surprised to see that it's apparently not easy for everyone.. There were no green onions and I'm unsure of what they used to wrap it, but those are way too thick to be wonton wrappers. One of my favorite things about this soup is how salty it is. I'm a woman, I get cravings. Salt is my biggest weakness when it comes to that but I found this soup to be tasteless, unfortunately. It seemed like only water and broth. Meh not good so far.Next I had bourbon chicken, but this place had prepared it in a way I wasn't used to. There's so many veggies theres hardly any chicken at all. And I didn't really want or expect to pay 10$ for some cucumbers and water chestnut (which I dislike). Ok, so I was a little ambitious for my first meal.My boyfriend was wiser and went with the thing he gets everywhere- sesame chicken. This is what's giving this place the 3 star instead of 1. This place has the best sesame chicken I've ever had. They managed to keep the chicken crisp which can be hard to do with the sauce. The sauce was pretty amazing, slightly sticky, but very filling.And I'm not a huge fan of rangoon but he said it was very good.And I don't think anyone would care but I wanted to tack on that the fortune cookie was like I ate a stale fruit loop lol.