The interior is very modern and interesting. The service is excellent, and the food is well presented and served in very nice china. Even the coffee came in a really neat contemporary matched cup and saucer. The only downside is the food! My garlic chicken dish turned out to be battered and probably deep fried and reminded me of the ubiquitous General Tso's chicken found on every lunch special in the local strip mall based Chinese restaurant. Give methe Number 5 special please and hold the MSG! Everything but the soup was very oily. My Cilantro soup was good, but that the best thing served all night. Dinner for 2 costs us over $70 before tip including 1 soup, 1 appetizer and 2 entrees. I recommend you look elsewhere.
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