On their extensive menu, they have many Chinese dishes, a separate sushi menu (and sushi bar), and a few Thai dishes too. They have the traditional large table that seats 8 very comfortably and up to 12 if you're willing to squish in. They also have a back room upon request for larger group dinners, which makes the meal much quieter. The food is very good, with most of the traditional Chinese dishes, as well as a few twists of their own. I'd rate the sushi is only good - there isn't enough turnover to keep the fish really fresh, so some of it is kept frozen and is thawed daily, which really affects the taste of the nigiri sushi. Rolls are consistently good, though.
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