When you walk into Tonn's you're struck by two things immediately - the odor of sweet incense and a very comfortable living room style couch butted up against the wall. A television in the corner was turned on to a Cambodian variety show. Tables are lined up near open metal shelves loaded with supplies and boxes. And out from the back, from behind a folded curtain at the kitchen, the smiling owner/cook sprints to the front on her gym shoes, graciously taking your order. The food was fast and pretty good - you must try the crab rangoon and egg rolls. I'm told the spicy chicken is the best. I'm trying it next time. (Check out the old merchandise by the cash register. Felt like I was in an antique store.) It's disheveled, comfy and friendly - like its owner.