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Hunan by the Falls Restaurant Review: Hunan by the Falls inhabits a relatively small space that was once an auto service garage (and from the outside, still resembles one). Inside, however, the all-white walls and tablecloths, dark ceiling, track lighting and Asian-influenced art feel far more modern. Appetizers are fairly mundane and include steamed dumplings, crispy spring rolls and Korean barbecued beef riblets. Some of the star dishes are the lively firecracker prawns, which are wok-sizzled with hot peppers, onions, green peas and scallions, as well as the Peking-style chicken that’s lightly breaded and deep-fried and served with Chef Chau’s special thick, tangy Peking sauce. The only Asian dessert on the menu is a refreshing fruit salad of lychees, pineapple chunks, orange slices and maraschino cherries in sweetened ice water.