My husband and I had lunch here the end of July. We both had the hand pulled noodles with vegetables in broth, the green onion pancakes and tea. The food was very good and we enjoyed the atmosphere. The kitchen is very open and you can watch the food being prepared. I especially liked watching the cooks form the noodle dough and then stretch and pull off large strips for the soup. There is a good selection of teas to choose from and they come in either gong fu or gaiwan style. We chose gaiwan and had a number of cups of tea with our order. This is a peaceful restaurant and the servers are pleasant and helpful. There are teapots, teaware and tea for sale. You can eat inside or out. Outside features a waterfall and garden setting. Would recommend and plan to come back again soon.
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