We took our young teenagers here for my husbands birthday dinner in late April on a Friday nite - res booked thru open table @ 7:15. We were seated immediately and greeted with a "happy 'bday" from the hostess. We were seated a high bistro height table right next to and in the bar area, which I think was a weird choice of the restaurant since we were with the kids, but it was okay. Food is ordered family style, but we acted like we had 4 more people with us and ordered way too much food primarily because it all looked so yummy. they have lots of small plates and appetizers so it's easy to order a lot. We had the spring rolls which I would skip next time cuz they were nothing special, the peking pork wraps, chicken lettuce wraps, cucumber salad, shaking beef, garlic noodles and some kind of ribs. Besides the spring rolls, everything was delicious and tasty, with just enough spice. The ribs took forever for some reason, but the waiter gave us the chef's apologies but did not comp them, even tho it was the first item we ordered and it was the last (after we were stuffed ) item to arrive. the service was a little slow for my taste, but good nonetheless. I would have preferred to have been seated away from the noisy bar and everyone and their brother walking by. Next time I will ask for a table away from the bar area. Overall it was good but pretty pricey. I found the cuisine to be similar to Slanted Door in San Fran if you have ever been there...sort of pan asian. I'll go back for lunch next time and order less food! ps....loved the coconut rice!!!
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