This restaurant easily accommodated a party of 12, high chairs too. Sitting was adequate for the big and/or tall - no arms on chairs, wide enough table people weren't playing footsie and kicking each other. Service was prompt and very friendly. We asked for a copy of the authentic as well as American menu. The Hong Kong crispy chicken was out of this world - on an equal footing with Peking Duck House in Manhattan. Salt and Pepper pork chops were also fantastic and a great choice for the low carb crowd - seasoned and grilled meat without buckets of sticky sauce. From the American Chinese menu the potstickers get 'the best in the valley' from me. Crisp, not soggy. We had fried rice, lo mein and sweet and sour pork as well - all delicious. This a great place to meet friends or colleagues for lunch. My guess is these skilled chefs could accommodate any food restriction with ease without sacrificing flavor.