I had dinner here both night while in NY on business. The crispy duck could have been a bit more crispy, but it was decent. The scallion pancake, was this obscene mountain of fried onions that was impossible to eat with chopsticks. After a few bites, I was through with it.
I had some really spicy sushi on the second night that wasn't bad. The shrimp appetizer and the calamari are something I'd expect from a family style chain, so pass.
The bar was kind of hopping, so the place is ok to take a group from work or some friends. Leave your foodie/culinary tongue at home.