I believe, this restaurant was named after Mission Street where its main restaurant is located in San Francisco bearing another name.
When you enter the restaurant, there is a long corridor where you can watch the chefs cook. At the end is a red curtain that opens to another corridor with steps up to the restaurant. (Sort of a mysterious destination)
What we ordered:
I particularly liked the fried rice with salted cod, Chinese sausage and lots of chopped parsley. It was well seasoned and had a clean taste. But do not confuse with typical Chinese fried rice.
It somewhat reminds me of Malaysian style fried rice except in this case, they used salted cod instead.
|The Kung Pao dish has loads of skinned peanuts and chunks of their homemade pastrami with Sichuan seasoning.|
It's a little spicy in a good authentic way.
|Our eggplant dish|
New York, NY 10002