I chose this, because the Queen Anne location was my daughter's favorite Seattle restaurant, and she had taken me several times in the years she lived there.
We did take-out, because one of our Conference friends was laid up with an injury. She had just #2 spiced vegetables and brown rice and enjoyed it immensely. Another gal had a spicy dish she enjoyed.
I have a problem with spice so had to find something on the seafood menu that was not spiced. I would have preferred shrimp, but as they were spiced, I settled on scallops. Yes, it was high priced, though adequately portioned, and it was somewhat salty [which fit the noodles flavoring]. The scallops, however, were cooked to perfection; whereas, scallops are difficult to get just right and one often finds them overcooked. The vegetables were al dente, not overcooked, so I was very satisfied -- except I could not figure out how to take their creme brulee back to the hotel with me.
The take-out service was quick. We were quite early, before the place would normally fill up. I imagine it would get quite noisy with their atmosphere, and I would not have liked that at all.
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