I came here because I read the high ratings and reviews by people who have eaten here. I went twice and can honestly say it is a good place that serves Taiwanese dishes and flavors, but nothing lived up to the over-the-top raves. What concerned me most is that people said there were fresh vegetables. I found the vegetables no better or worse than any other Asian restaurant. They were just average Chinese vegetables soaking up brown sauce or in soup. People need to stop writing misleading ecstatic reviews unless the places live up to them. However, I will go again because it was tasty and the decor was bright and interesting. But as a vegetarian, there weren't too many options. Also, everything i had seemed just salty or overpowering with onion flavor. I would have enjoyed a few more subtle flavors. This place is very good, but not much different than any other Chinese place. Don't get your hopes too high by those that describe it as some sort of Asian version of a Michelin rated fine restaurant, because it's not. Also, my noodle dish- the noodles seemed overcooked, but maybe they're supposed to be that way. Oh, the Udon was very good. Service just fine. Nice people there.
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