Feb 22 2016

Lake Pavilion 3

The food at this Flushing restaurant is decent, as usual. For reasons unknown, we waited for two hours before they finally served us. Then all dishes pilling up. I don’t understand, why couldn’t they served the cold dish first, then pacing out the remaining. It’s just so unappetizing.

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White paper napkins for lunch and cloth for dinner.

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The drinks.  A must at a meal.

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Feb 22 2016

Fake trees and after hour at Lake Pavilion

The most memorable sight at this restaurant has to be the fake trees in the parking lot.

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The pink cloth is wrinkled …

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Inside, they use the plants to decorate.

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After the hour, it’s the staff’s lunch. They eat separately by uniform.

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A staff is inserting the chopsticks into the paper slips. Is it necessary? Wearing stocking when on sandals – I think putting them on the rest is good enough, without the paper pockets.

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There are few wall cabinets filled with wine but most bottles have name tags. Maotai and Wuliangye are $250 & $150, and Louis XIII  13 is $3,500

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