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What to Order at Lee Lee's Hot Kitchen

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Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Critic Eric Doksa visits hip hangout Lee Lee's Hot Kitchen this week and concludes that while it has a certain cool factor, visitors should be careful when ordering their meal. He states, "There's good and there's bad. Many of the dishes are hit or miss."

Here's a quick look guide to Doksa's thoughts on certain menu items at Lee Lee's. Order these: lettuce wraps ("good way to start a meal"), hong sho ro ("sure to become a fan favorite"), "salt and pepper shrimp, crab Rangoon, and Sichuan wings are all quite enjoyable as well." Stay away from these: Singapore rice noodles ("gets old after just a few bites"), ginger beef ("anything but crispy"), and Sichuan eggplant ("mushy mess").
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Lee Lee's Hot Kitchen

218 President St., Charleston, SC