With a recommendation from a colleague, I decided to visit specifically to try the dumplings appetizer. I'm glad I did. It can be a little difficult to locate on the strip and find parking, but once you do, you will be glad. The decor is lovely and peaceful. The colors definitely welcome you and give you a sense of serenity. Staff are extremely nice and knowledgeable of menu. As I said, I came for dumplings and was skeptical because I am leery of certain textures, but these were great! Flavors were delicious and not mushy. We shared the lime leaf duck. It was definitely enough for two people. I was pleasantly surprised that each entree came with brown rice without having to request it. This was my first time eating duck let alone lime leaf duck. The duck was crispy while still juicy and well flavored. I enjoyed the lime leaves also. The sauce that came with it was not my "cup of tea." The brown rice was cooked correctly. Overall the meal was a treat. At times, we did have to search for our server. It kind of rubbed me the wrong way to see the hostess sitting at a table playing on her phone when she could have been checking on customers or assisting the servers. If it wasn't for these last two things, I would have rated them excellent. . One entree ranges around $18 and appetizers are around $8. So you could expect to spend over $60 for two.
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