Over the years having had inconsistant exoerience with Green Tea's take out, eight of us decided to eat in at the restaurant. How good indeed! They were busy, there were three large parties but the waitress kept us posted on our order and the dishes were well worth waiting for. No grease or flavors that seem to blend into the same 'Americanized chinese menu' My mu shu pancakes with vegetables were fresh, delicately seasoned, crisp. Each dish was individually prepared, the scallops were fresh and the Thai specialties included fresh mango and shaved fresh coconut. Green Tea is a great place to eat and visit with your guests, there is no loud music and you can have a conversation with your company. The staff work hard to see that you feel at home in their restaurant.