Your clothes will smell of fry-cooking after you visit this place. The food is not appropriately served -- all persons are charged for all-you-can-eat dishes (we were told this is because all persons have access to them). This isn't a particularly fair or sensible arrangement. One of the guests at the table noticed that we should have been given a complimentary springroll-type of food (as it was listed as part of the dishes). The server's response to this by saying he "guess he would go and get it," but the only reason we got it was because we pointed it out. Also, the sushi rolls were too big to eat in one bite. This was somewhat awkward. However, the rolls were good, as was the deep-fried chicken dish.
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