"I don't think these stir fries are really stir-fried," observed my companion. "I think they were assembled from pre-cooked ingredients just prior to serving." True or not, that would account for the absolute lack of flavor in "three chili chicken" ($17), which arrived lukewarm. The glistening heap lay atop one of those pedestalled stainless-steel serving platters you often find in Chinese restaurants, and there were indeed three dried red chiles lurking in the perfectly diced poultry, along with peanuts and a few threads of green onion. Underseasoned was an understatement—you could have pulled a skinless Perdue chicken breast from the freezer and poached it without salt or pepper and gotten more... More >>>