We happened upon this restaurant walking around the historic area, kids were hungry and it looked inviting with a Chinese and sushi menu. Seems like a bar more than a restaurant. We sat at high top table and waited a bit for service.
We ordered a few rolls and two Chinese dishes, the teriyake beef and orange chicken. Both dishes were pretty bland and were made with commercial food service type meat. The sauce on the beef was almost tasteless and came with broccoli, carrots and celery. The chicken didn't have any orange rind or other distinct flavoring.
The sushi was ok, nothing special. We had spicy tuna, California and the shrimp tempura; was upsold/served a fancier shrimp tempura roll and didn't bother dealing with it.
If you are passing through the area, I am sure you can do better.
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