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Fat Choy


I had come to Fat Choy, located inside Eureka Casino during the first week of it's opening.  I was surprised that Chef Sheridan Su's wife, Jenny, still remembered my friends and husband who used to eat at Great Bao often... She really has a great memory!  

Here are photos of the menu, but I've heard new items have been added:

Lunch/Dinner

Breakfast

 Pork Belly Bao with pickled mustard greens, cilantro,
and crushed peanuts.

Sesame Noodles with roasted wild mushrooms, cucumbers, carrots,
peanuts, and sesame vinaigrette

Wonton Soup- Pork and shrimp wontons, chicken broth, and vegetables.

I had The Fat Choy Burger- 1/2 lb Angus Beef, shortrib, bacon, fried egg,
cheddar, and roasted tomato.  It was a tall burger.  I was afraid everything
would fall off the bun, but luckily it didn't!  I liked this special burger and
without the egg, it would not be complete!

Love this!

The food was great!  I just hope the next time I visit they will have a few of the same items from Great Bao when it was in the nail salon. 

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