Ching is on her way to the traditionally Italian neighborhood of South Philly to help Joe and Renae DeCristo. These Italian American siblings are surprisingly the owner and manager of JC Chinese restaurant, a business opened by their pioneering late father Silvio in the 1950s. Like the decor, Joe and Renae's food is stuck in a time warp and their customers have stopped coming. To save their business Ching needs them to modernize their dated decor and their menu but she is met with resistance at every turn from Joe who is not ready to change. Will Ching finally convince Joe that the only way to honor Silvio's legacy is to move forward and modernize? Or is it too late to drag JC Chinese into the 21st century?