We dined here on a Wednesday night before 6pm. There are a few new menu items, including sushi and pad thai, but I always stick to my beloved Kung Pao shrimp and scallops. Waiter wasn't very knowledgeable, one of the people I was with asked him what was in 2 different drinks and he told her to just look at the menu. He should have been a bit better about that...other than that, food came out promptly and hot. Negative is the interesting location alongside the highway. We had to do a couple of u-turns to find this place but we were keen on the food so it was worth the trouble.
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