We went back here for dinner, the first time we've had more than lunch. We enjoyed dinner even more than we did our lunches. I'm not sure why more people don't review this place; its food is superb, the tastes are exquisite. The dinner entree prices of ~$15-20 didn't strike us as high unless you are comparing them to standard "Chinese restaurant" menu items. But this isn't your standard strip mall Chinese restaurant. Not only are the tastes mouth-watering, the presentation is designed to delight the eye as much as the palette. Some reviews of this establishment seem critical of the fact that the food is not "authentic" Vietnamese or Thai. In fact, the restaurant is really "Asian fusion" and the dishes are designed to blend the essence of Asian cooking into tantalizing creations. We started with a Vietnamese crepe which was wonderful. We both had tamarind-seasoned main courses and the chef blended that pungent sour fruit with just the right amount of sweetness. We continue to enjoy the fact that the tables are placed far enough away from each other to ensure a peaceful ambiance. This is a place for quiet conversation and the contemplation of excellent food. Not something you find all that often these days.