Adjacent to a little strip center, the exterior is rather subtle, but once inside the warmth of the
carved wood and statuary is immediately relaxing. The host seated us immediately and drink
orders were taken from the wine/beer/cider list. There was a large group adjacent to our booth, but the restaurant seems to absorb the noise. Our selections of an appetizer platter with a bit of everything ( cream cheese rangoons, chicken skewers, spring rolls with delicious sauces), tofu with eggplant, and salmon curry were all tasty and served hot and arrived quickly. Prices are reasonable for individual dishes and drinks. This is a casual place, but great for a small group or family celebration. If I lived here, I'm sure I would dine here at least once a week. It is a small restaurant, so probably not a choice for young children. I forgot to ask if they will take reservations.
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