I was only on my first mai-tai when I felt/heard something like a sonic boom and then some mild tremors -- didn't even know it was an earthquake until a daughter callled from Minnesota and asked, "Did you feel it?" At any rate, I ordered fairly conventional chinese: eggs rolls, chicken wings, and Singapore rice noodles. Everything, from drinks to food, was very good. The chiken wings just spicy enough, the egg rolls crunchy and the filling fresh, the rice noodles with just the right touch of curry and heat. The service was good, and the space is clean and bright. Dunno why I was so surprised to have such a good meal there, but I will definitely return.
I will add my usual chopstick rant, though. If your restaurant has linen napkins and real knives, forks, and spoons (as opposed to plastic sporks and the like), then why, when a patron asks for chopsticks, does he get cheap wooden 6 inch take-out chopsticks in a paper sleeve? How hard would it be to have a few sets of full sized chopsticks available?
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