This restaurant is one of those restaurants that you PRAY never becomes discovered by other tourists in Myrtle Beach. This restaurant is one of my favorite restaurants in Myrtle Beach. I love that this restaurant is a bit difficult to find. Even with GPS, you will not find this restaurant easily at first, but trust me, the search is worth it. My family and I had to drive around the area twice before we found it. The restaurant is small and does not stand out. Entering the restaurant, I could tell that this restaurant was a local favorite and not an annoyingly crowded restaurant.
My family and I love the amazing services, especially for kids. When we sat down, I thought one of the coolest thing was to cover the entire table with white paper for the kids to draw and color on. This kept my kids busy until our food came out. Our waitress Valerie is amazing. She is so amazing that my wife had struck a fun conversation about Texas and steak. Valerie thought my wife was from Texas, but my wife told her that she lived there. Valerie is from Texas, and my wife asked if she knew what marble steak was. Valerie never even heard about marble steak, but my wife informed her. Also, my wife and Valerie talked about my kids our kids Halloween customs. Even the owners came out to talk to my kids.
I love, love (Did I mentioned LOVED?) the food at this restaurant. Everything is fresh and delicious. My family and and I ordered gyoza (A must try!) I order the house soup, 8 oz New York steak, shrimp, and noodles. My wife order chicken, shrimp, rice, and miso soup. My daughter received chicken. Everything came in amazing portions that we were stuffed. We were very stuff that Valerie asked us if we wanted dessert knowing that we would not asked for dessert (She told us that most people who eat at this restaurant do not order dessert often). The price is very reasonable for the amount of food and quality of service my family and I received. I tipped 20% to Valerie because my family and I had a divine experience.
I hope that this restaurant stays in the crouching tiger, hidden dragon mode because I plan on visiting this restaurant again, again, and again every time I visit Myrtle Beach.
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