I ate at this place with my Daughter who has been learning japanese. She was able to clue me into what was going on. We were sat in a section by the door, meanwhile a Chinese tour group was sat on the other side of the wall that runs down the middle of this restaurant. That wall is important. It is there so that the Chinese customers can feel separated from the customers from other races that might come in. The Chinese do not approve of mixing if they can help it.
As multiple reviewers have pointed out, this place is run by Chinese immigrants FOR chinese tourists. If you can get past that you will be just fine.
That being said , even though we were on the Gweilo side of the restaurant, the food was still very good. I think they just can't help it. My daughter had the corn soup and loved it. both of our dishes were tasty and served quickly. This was a monday lunch time, so things in all of west yellowstone were just a little slower, which might explain why we did not have the problems others had.
All in all i recommend it, if for no other reason than you now know what is going on and you can come experience what it feels like to be on the outside of a group for once.