Located in the former digs of Cuoco Pazzo, China Town is small and crowded at lunchtime. The menu has a lengthy run-down of chow mein, seafood and vegetarian specials, and the buffet ($4.95-$5.95) offers a dozen or so quick picks such as "General Tso's chicken." If you don't mind waiting a few minutes, you can try the more exotic possibilities, made to order. For example, the "shrimp with almond ding" ($7.75) features cherries and an almond white sauce.
China Town is open on weekdays, and sometimes they're open evenings and weekends, too.