Saturday lunch is always busy. Make sure you are not in a hurry. There was only one waitress for 8 tables (at least 16 people). She did good, plus the food was worth the wait.
Appetizer was Pork Pot Stickers with flavorful sauce (comes in 6 pieces) for $5.95. Delicious!
Entree was $8.95 a plate Pad See Ew (stir fried flat noodles cooked in sweet soy sauce, with Chinese broccoli, carrots, and meat of your choice) with no spice for the kids. It was too sweet for my taste, I'd order it medium spicy.
I had the Calamari Thai Fried Rice, medium spicy, and it was very tasty, $6.95 (Lunch Specials). My husband had Asparagus Chicken with those homemade brown sauce for $7.95 (Lunch Specials). It was very good.
This place has alcoholic drinks, including wine. While some find this place as "hole in the wall", I found it cozy. It has nice dinnerware and silverware instead of plastic. It has table cloth, not plastic cafeteria-like cover. Lighting was just right, not too bright nor dark. Decoration is simple and tasteful, no blaring music. It's small, alright... Probably 10 tables or so, but it makes it more "intimate".
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