It’s Friday, which mean it’s time for Change of Venue, our weekly left-turn where we examine the non-legal—or at least aspects of life that lawyers may be good at, but did not learn in law school.
This week, recognizing how well lawyers eat (to talk business, of course), I point you to a restaurant.
Being a statewide publication, that’s not something I would do lightly. But a recent meal at this establishment told me I should encourage your gorging there.
The place? C-Fu Gourmet in Chandler, Ariz.
I’ve been to this Chinese restaurant many times, but the recent Arizona Asian American Bar Association banquet reminded how good it could be.
- Spicy Shrimp and Calamari Salad
- Chicken Asparagus Soup
- Beef Tenderloin and Gai Lan
- Princess Chicken
- Double Mushroom, Tofu and Greens
- Steamed Fish, Ginger Scallions and Soy
- BBQ Pork Mai Fun Noodles
- Salted Fish/Chicken Fried Rice
- Double Dessert “Sesame Ball and Fruits”
Yes, Sesame Ball and Fruits. Why do you ask?
The menu includes far more than this suggests. I recommend the three-part strategy: Eat, drink, nap.
Drop into their Web site for more info. Or, even better, just stop by:
2051 W. Warner Rd.
Chandler, Az. 85224
S.W. corner of Warner & Dobson, 1 mile east of the 101
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