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Snow Pea Beef with carrots and garlic

Snow Pea Beef with carrots and garlic

Claudia Leist, Staff Writer

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Snow Pea Beef with carrots and garlic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yeah!, a long-time bar and Chinese restaurant off Redwood Shores Parkway, has been a comfortable spot to enjoy dinner and a drink for years.

The well-priced Chinese cuisine accommodates people who want a quick lunch and a place to watch television as well as those who want a nice sit-down dinner with friends and family. One side of the restaurant is the bar with high definition televisions and comfortable bar seating, while the other has tables and booths with simple but pleasing presentation.

For those who are 21 and over, the sports bar is complete with coffee drinks, coladas, and cocktails, as well as non alcoholic fruit smoothies and beverages for others. With many different choices in drinks, customers at the bar won’t be disappointed.

When it comes to the food, there is hardly a lack of variety. From poultry and seafood to beef and noodles, appetizers, and entrees are moderately priced and delicious. We ordered the Snow Pea Beef, the Chicken Chow Mein, and the spicy String Beans with garlic, and we were more than satisfied afterwards. Everything was cooked perfectly and the string beans were out of this world. One gets great food for his or her money when dining at Yeah!

The only downside of the restaurant was small. The service was lagging when we got there and there was quite a bit of misunderstanding as to who was supposed to take our order and bring us our food. Service needs to improve for the restaurant to run smoothly.

Other than the service, Yeah! was delicious and well priced, whether one wants to stop for a quick bite and a drink or for a full sit-down dinner. This spacious chinese restaurant is pleasing and customers often leave satisfied.

Overall: 3 out of 4

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Claudia Leist, Highlander Editor

Claudia is a senior who aspires to be a communications representative for a sports team or company in her future. She enjoys learning about world issues...

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