We were intrigued with the menu of this friendly establishment and thought we might have discovered a hidden gem. The portions were huge and the prices were low in our opinion. The staff was friendly and attentive, the restaurant was older and brightly lit, the place seemed cleaned but well worn. The menu was lengthy with the typical fare, and also has some more unusual items such as Tangerine Beef, which we tried. The thin slices of beef were breaded and then fried to death, every bite was tough and heavy as a rock with grease. The brown sauce was sweet, very thick and syrupy and didn't have much citrus taste at all. The Mu Shu Pork was better, but nothing special. Other items that passed us by on their way to other patrons looked appealing and were generous. But that's not enough to take us back I'm afraid, we are still looking for above average Chinese food in Pueblo.