We came in at 6 pm on a Thursday evening, and there was only one other diner in this moderately spacious restaurant. No one else came in by 7:15 pm when we left. Service was prompt and efficient (waitress proactively came by to refill the water glass), the restaurant was clean and comfortable, and restrooms were very clean (maybe because there were so few diners). The restaurant gives fried, thick, and crunchy chips with honey sauce as a free appetizer. They are like tortilla chips, and may or may not appeal to you. We ordered Hunan Beef (a classic) and Chow Fun noodles with Chinese BBQ Pork. The Hunan Beef was tasty, but the battered meat was chewy and the gooey sauce thickened too much. Vegetables were sliced in relatively thick pieces, perhaps not as refined as other restaurants. The Chow Fun, a Chinese standard, was well done -- the noodles were prepared well and turned out tender and easily separated. However, the BBQ pork slices were a bit dry. This may again be a function of too few customers and low turnover. The portions were very generous, so the price was reasonable. You'll probably get at least one extra meal with the leftovers. Note: they recently started offering Dim Sum with a small menu (see photo).
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