In the interest of full disclosure, I should let it be known that I'm not really a big fan of Chinese food. I don't hate it, but I normally find their sauces far too sweet.
There's something quite bizarre about the decor here. Most of the elements are quite nice, but they just don't really go with one another.
For appetizers, we had the Vietnamese Shrimp Summer Roll and the Crispy Cheese Wonton. The Summer Roll was tasty and good, but nothing exceptional. The Crispy Cheese Wonton; however, was most impressive. It usually appears as Crab Rangoon on most menus I've seen, but perhaps being so much more delicious than normal, this one deserves a different name. It had such a delightful flavor of it's own that I didn't bother with the dipping sauce.
For entrees, we had the General Tso's Chicken and the Spicy Thai Mango Chicken. The portions were quite generous. I liked the General Tso's Chicken much better than I normally do as it was less sweet than seems common. The Spicy Thai Mango chicken; however, was much too sweet and I didn't find it to be a spicy dish at all despite the word in the title and it being marked out on the menu as spicy. In fact, I didn't like it at all. Fortunately, my boyfriend thought it was great and eagerly traded entrees with me.
Our server, mmmm Jonathan maybe (looks like Vin Diesel), was wonderful. He was friendly, fun, and had a great sense of timing where things were done virtually the moment it crossed our minds we wanted it. I was astonished to learn upon speaking with a manager to tell him that the service was wonderful that he'd only just finished his training!
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