I've eaten at this restaurant many times and each time I have a consistently great experience. The food is always soooo good and the service is excellent. I will say though that on my most recent visit the restaurant had a foul odor that I couldn't quite place (raw fish, maybe?) that was through the entire restaurant. However the meal was really quite good for a very reasonable price. My husband ordered General Tso's chicken (I know, but he's a creature of habit :) ) and the chicken was high quality without any fat/gristle that you normally get in carryout food) for $13 and ordered the Land & Sea dish which came with scallops, shrimp, steak and chicken for $16. We also had a sushi appetizer - that was good too - for maybe $8.
The restaurant looked like a ghost town when we arrived at 6:30pm (never a good sign) but I wasn't nervous about that since I had been here before and could attest to the quality of the food. By the time we left, several tables were occupied. Oh, and the restaurant is beautiful.
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