We got in for an early dinner so we didn't have to wait to be seated. Ambience was fine, nothing special. We mused at which animal we were based on our year of birth and mulled over the menu. The menu, by the way, is enormous. So many options and specialties. They claim to be known for their Schezuan, so my uncle ordered that, and the rest of my family got typical Chinese grub: Chou mein, Sesame Chicken, General Tso's, etc.
I wasn't very hungry (unfortunately) so I got ordered the wonton soup and vegetable eggrolls. The soup was good (can't go wrong with wonton soup) and the eggrolls were ok, but next time I'll get pork. The veggie versions were about 70% paper noodles, 28% carrot, and a tiny mushroom thrown in to make up the rest. No cabbage, nothing else. If it weren't for the fried goodness on the outside and the sweet and sour sauce I would have thought I was cardboard stuffed with some cold cardboard.
Uncle said Schezuan was not as spicy as he would have liked, but otherwise good. I sampled the chicken dishes, they were delish, though, again, pretty standard stuff. Portions were huge, but the prices warrant that.
Overall, not bad. I wouldn't call it the best bar-none, but I'd go back.