This place is tucked into the corner of a shopping mall near a pharmacy. We almost didn't go in. We we're glad we did. We went early and were the only people in the place. The owner was very friendly and the strange, but good, mix of cuisines means everyone will be happy. The food was top notch and the service quick. The quaint dining room with hand painted murals was enough to make you forget the views of the parking lot out the front windows. I wish I could have tried all the dishes. We shared and everything was good. We all loved the garlic bread and the owner even told us how he made it.
Don't pass this up based on first impressions. It's a gem.
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