We've been to this restaurant a few times because it's in the neighborhood. Each time we go though, the food is rather unmemorable.
The good: service is always very good, pleasant and courteous. Thai donuts and gyoza were excellent.
Average: spring rolls and pad Thai were just ok. Pad Thai lacked a little flavor compared to other places we are used to and were a little too eggy. Spring rolls seemed to greasy.
Bad: the tuna tataki was not very fresh and we had to send back.
Overall, I think this is an average restaurant that's ok for the neighborhood. Not worth driving out of your way to go to though.
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