I've been here twice. The first time, I got the coconut shrimp. Unlike most coconut shrimp which is breaded with coconut, this shrimp is cooked in a coconut milk sauce. I also got a couple of extra items for the next night and they were also very good. The sesame beef was delicious and was also not drowning in brown sauce. It was delicious and wasn't too greasy or drowning in sauce like a lot of Chinese restaurants do. I went back with family and got the house lo mein the next time. This time, the food was drowning in the sauce. It was still very good, but the flavor of the food was masked by the sauce. Unlike a lot of Chinese restaurants, they tend to use good quality beef in making their beef items and the food usually isn't overly greasy (by takeout Chinese standards).