Restaurant Thriving: Chinese dining in Mott another facet to already broad culture

An already culturally enriched region riddled with vastly differing cultures ranging from Norwegian to German, Spanish and Russian influences; Mott North Dakota has added yet another element of culture to its plate of wealth as J & J’s Chinese restaurant opened its doors on July 1 of 2015.

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By Jonathon D. Skjoldal|For The Herald

An already culturally enriched region riddled with vastly differing cultures ranging from Norwegian to German, Spanish and Russian influences; Mott North Dakota has added yet another element of culture to its plate of wealth as J & J’s Chinese restaurant opened its doors on July 1 of 2015. J & J’s Chinese restaurant stands in place of the Poolside drive-thru that once stood on Brown Avenue. Although faced with many different obstacles in its infancy—the full menu was not offered for several weeks as they waited on the arrival of a larger stove—the business is thriving.  The menu includes such delicacies as a vast array of Chicken entrees, Beef entrees, Pad Tai noodles, fried rice, Lo Mein, as well as soups. The menu also has a selection of Combo meals that allow for a variety of the above, in the customer’s choice.

 

 

 

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