Three of us went to this restaurant for Dine Out Vancouver ($18 menu) and we all found the food and service to be excellent. I can't believe the previous reviewer said the Kung Pao Chicken was "bland" as I found it to be extremely tasty, nutty and spicy! However, I had the "vegan" version with tofu so I think the cook may have added extra chile peppers to mine. My two companions both had the regular version of the Kung Pao Chicken and also commented how delicious it was. They did not comment on the amount of chicken in it so I assume they had enough. Mine had lots of chunks of tofu, "twice cooked peanuts" (delicious) and broccoli. The rice noodles were excellent and short enough that they were easy to eat with chopsticks. I also found the dish to be HUGE and only finished half of it. All of us had to take a portion home.
Our waiter did tell us that the Kung Pao Chicken is a mildly spicy dish and that some people request it hotter, so if you like hot and spicy, just request extra chile peppers. The KP chicken is Wild Rice's most famous dish, and I found it excellent. My husband is a former chef and quite fussy and he was impressed by the food.
Our appetizers of crispy salmon wontons were very tasty, and the chocolate pudding we all had for dessert was more like a mousse (my husband was unenthusiastic about "pudding" for dessert but he enjoyed it.)
Certain aspects of this restaurant deserve special mention, including the fact that there are many vegetarian and vegan options, and they use wild fish and free-range meat when possible (according to their menu). For instance the chicken in the Kung Pao dish was listed as free-range from Maple Hill farm, a local organic farm that produces free-range and organic meat and eggs. If you've ever shopped for free-range organic meat, you know it isn't cheap, but it's generally better quality and tastier. So for a few of the earlier reviews complaining of small portions of meat, perhaps this is the issue. But I also think you have the obligation to tell the staff if you feel your dish isn't right, to give them the chance to fix it.
Our waiter was extremely helpful and attentive, and the atmosphere is great, with funky music but not so loud you can't talk. The one minus is that the chairs (we sat in the downstairs area across from the bar) were high and a bit uncomfortable after sitting for a while.
We've gone to restaurants for Dine Out Vancouver for years, and this was one of the best experiences we had. I intend to return, maybe after seeing a movie at Tinseltown which is across the street (and their menu says they offer a 10% discount with movie ticket stubs).