Like I said in the title, it was okay, but nothing special. It didn't have that "wow factor". It wasn't extremely horrible, but it wasn't anything that would separate itself from the other chain restaurants. Ironically, it reminded me exactly of Moxie's (and not because it's in their old location).
To begin with, the menu was sort of plain. It had your standard hamburgers, salads etc. Nothing interesting except for the new header called Wok. I asked the server what Wok was and she gave me a blank stare and said "Oh, it's like umm...(made a hand movement as if she was flipping a pan) in the pan". So I figured it was similar to a stir fry. I opted to try the szechuan beef while my wife had the salmon spinach salad.
Upon arrival of the food, the portions looked extremely small. My szechuan beef Wok had a cup of rice, beside some sauce topped with the 'beef'. I guess I was expecting some nice beef tenderloin strips like you would have at some Asian restaurants, but instead, I got deep-fried beef strips cut up (similar to chicken strips). My wife's salad was just a salad, can't really say anything about that...
The service was okay. I'll give her credit, she did warn me that my meal was spicy. But aside from that, she lacked personality and when asking her certain questions she just gave me that blank stare.
With regards to ambiance, they didn't change much of the interior. Some booths were removed, which opened the place up, but other than that, I think they were on a tight budget.
Overall, it was okay, it had nothing that would make me want to come back here. It was just a standard chain restaurant trying to compensate for their food/value by having the servers dress in skimpy clothing.