We were greeted swiftly upon our arrival. We were immediately impressed by how bright and cheerful the place was. The tables were not crowded together and there were booths as well. No loud music, so it was easy to carry on a conversation. Hubby started with an eggroll and soup. I elected just to munch on the light and crispy noodles. The server explained that everything is made from scratch. I ordered a Singapore Sling and it was very nice. For dinner hubby ordered General Tso Chicken and fried rice. I ordered a dish called Three Crowns. It had stir fried shrimp, beef and chicken plus a variety of vegetables...carrots, snow peas, asparagus, mushrooms, zucchini, and bell peppers in a spicy garlic sauce. Both dishes were perfect. We had a choice between rice or Lo Mein. We both opted for fried rice although we could have had white or brown rice. Everything was excellent. We look forward to our next visit.