I drove past the sign many times and it never stuck. There are very few restaurants out in our area and going out for an evening supper means going to one of the local pub/restaurants, which are good but somewhat the same. I tried the Chinese restaurant in the village and that is another story. This place is tucked in the trees and looks like a cottage when you drive in, which was a quaint surprise. The restaurant is decorated in what I think is Malaysian style and immediate impression is that is clean...and yes, as women do...I judged the restaurant by the bathroom, which was immaculate. The menu is small but covers most everything. It is in keeping with a small restaurant and doesn't tax the kitchen to the point of having to pre-prepare food, so you get it fresh. Being it was our first time there and not knowing the portion sizes, we just ordered two dishes to share and both were excellent. The portion sizes are not huge, but neither are the prices, which leaves room to order a variety of dishes. Having said that we went home full. We were served by a waitress who bowed or lowered herself to our seated level when she talked to us. It is a cultural thing and being Canadian, I had to remind myself of that! We are not used to that kind of respect, but that tells the tale of the service...prompt, effecient, pleasant and very respectful. While there, there were many orders for pick-up and although it was quite in the restaurant that Sunday evening, (which she said was unusual...we had made reservations), they seemed to be busy. We have the best East Indian and Tai restaurants in Parksville and now I have found a good Chinese restaurant...finally.