Our meal started great with broad fried noodles to dip in sweet and sour sauce. The hot and sour seafood soup was great but I thought the other 3dishes we ordered all tasted the same. We had chow fun, chop suey and beef with mixed veggies. The service was friendly and efficient. Typical of what I remember east coast Chinese food is like, what I would call Mandarin-Cantonese. Not much spice or exotic flavor. The place is popular.