We visit Lincoln, NH, every year or so and always go to Chieng Garden for an evening meal. It is upstairs over another restaurant in a mini-mall and the ambiance about fits that--nothing special. The service is okay, not overly attentive but since we were there on a very quiet night (Saturday but off season), there was no wait for service or food. We go there with relatives who live in the area and we always start with skorpion bowls (fruit, rum, fire--life is good!) We did have to ask for tea but the water glasses were kept full. The food was okay; we ordered the sizzling rice soup with shrimp, which is a favorite. While the portion was for two, it was significantly smaller than the size we get at a restaurant near home, and it was not as faithful to the recipe (I have a cookbook from Taiwan) nor does it have as many shrimp as the restaurant to which I'm comparing it. We had the basics: spring rolls, egg rolls, spicy beef dish, pad thai,
fried rice. The beef dish didn't have as much sauce as we would have liked, although we don't like places that smother everything in brown sludge. This was tasty, just not enough.