By The Hill Staff - 03/01/00 12:00 AM EST
Each year of the 12-year Chinese Zodiac is named after a different animal, and it seems like most of them are represented on the menu at Full Kee.
|Food: 7 ||Ambiance: 3 |
|Service: 6 ||Price/Value: 9 |
Well, obviously, not dragon or monkey or tiger, and, thankfully, not rat or snake or horse, and, hopefully, not dog. Nevertheless, you can sample some pretty exotic dishes at this 10-year-old fixture in the heart of Chinatown.
Hours: Sun-Thurs., 11a.m. - 1 a.m.;
11 a.m.-3 a.m
Take tripe for instance. You can order the not-so-delicate delicacy, made from beef, pig or sheep intestines, in several variations, including beef tripe in noodle soup, marinated pig's tripe, or either kind stir-fried with sour cabbage. If that isn't exotic enough, how about some boneless duck feet with black mushrooms, pig skin with turnips, saut