It doesn't look like much on the outside. A little pricy, but the food is good. It stays busy and the food is authentic. We were nervous and asked the waitress what to order because we had no clue. She steered us right, with very broken English, but my suggestion to them is to put descriptions next to the food on the menu. It would help so much. Large portions. We will eat here again and google the items on our phones before ordering if we don't want to ask.
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