Editor Joe O'Donnell email@example.com
A group of seven friends met at Hana at noon on a recent Sunday. The strip mall location wasn't too impressive, but the restaurant itself was lovely. There is plenty of seating and the dining room never even came close to being one quarter full during our 2 1/2 hour stay.
The menu is expansive and we had a hard time choosing. Someone would mention something and another person would say, "that sounds good." Finally we decided (with the waitresses help) to each order something different and they would serve it family style.
We ordered Salt & Pepper Calamari and Shrimp Toast as appetizers. The calamari was very different from any other calamari I've ever had, but very good.
Entrees ordered were: Shaghai noodles with and without curry, Mongolian Chicken, Mongolian Beef, Kung Pao Chicken, Sushi Deluxe and Honey Sesame Shrimp. The Shanghai Noodles were good, but I don't know that I'd order them again. The Mongolian beef and chicken were very good, I loved the shrimp and the Kung Pao. I didn't have any of the Sushi, but I didn't hear any complaints.
The waitress didn't rush us and the bill per person including tax and gratuity was less than $27 per person and we had plenty of leftovers.
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