This place looks like what an upper-class Chinese restaurant should look like from the cloth napkins and tablecloths to the artwork decorating the wall. Regrettably, the food and the service doesn't match the quality of the decor. Despite two different promptings the waiter refused to make any recommendation rather blandly repeating that "everything was good". I got the upgrade to the full-course meal which oddly enough features two appetizers and no desert. The corn soup was pipping hot but bland, as was the eggroll. The main course was spicy but beyond the heat the food was flavorless. The vegetables were overcooked, though not badly, and the chicken gristly.
My meal here was good enough; it just never rose above the ordinary. Personally, I would not come back unless I had strong hankering for Chinese food.
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