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Posted by Ching Chen on 05/05/2014
I used to live near by, and I went back recently for a few meals. I can tell you, the new owner, who often services the food, cares. The food is good; sushi is very well made; Owner is very pleasant. Plus, they open till 2am. The place is good for large group as well as small party.
Posted by Danny on 03/29/2013
The food here has really gone down. I called tonight with my order. It took almost 1 hour and it was cold. I only live 10 blocks away. Everything was covered with to much sauce and taste very sweet from sugar. I won't be ordering from them again.
Posted by LilyW on 11/15/2012
I have never ate such poor Thai food. I ordered the beef Pad See-Ew and honestly, it tastes nothing like what I ever had. If anything, it tasted more like having a bland Beef with flat rice noodle, chinese style. Stick with the chinese as this place is known for cooking pretty decent and tasty chinese food.
Posted by Valerie on 09/28/2012
This is my go to Chinese food in the city. I live in WH but I make the trip down there for the food. The sesame chicken is fantastic. It's enough for two to share or eat for lunch the next day. The only downside is it's a little expensive.
Posted by LouH on 07/02/2012
They've been around forever. The service in the restaurant is very variable, but the food is usually very good and the delivery is on a par with everyone else in the area. I do like some of their special dishes and their Peking Duck when you order in actually comes with the carcass - if you like making soup. The only weird thing is that, when you order dumplings for delivery the order comes with 8. When you order in the restaurant, the order comes with 6, but it's the same price. How does that work!? At least they note the number in the menus.
Posted by elo39 on 07/27/2011
My god, the Peking Duck is amazing. And they have a cheaper alternative if you don't feel like shelling out $18: Crispy duck skin with all the Peking trimmings. Also, their dimsum menu, while not as extensive as it once was back when they actually did the whole dimsum-cart-on-Sundays thing, is quite tasty. The crystal dumplings are lovely. You can't go wrong here with moo shu, and they have great vegetarian options. Purple moon is also great, as is the creaky chicken.
Posted by Jericah Z. on 05/01/2011
Sushi was pretty good. Kanisu was amazing and so was the ginger dressing on the salad.