Now thinking back I really don't understand why my friend would pick up this restaurant to celebrate her birthday, it's simply not good started from the beginning.
SERVICE: We arrived at this place shortly before 5pm, after we were seated the waitress was nowhere to see for a good 10-15 minutes and we were the only table at restaurant at that time. Since our birthday girl hasn't had arrived yet, we asked our waitress to explain how it works after she finally returned to our table, she wasn't paying any attention to us, speaking fast in a very strong British accent while she was looking outside of the window. We barely caught half what she said. When one of my friends joked about most of the asian restaurants come with the green tea, she gave us a dirty look like we couldn't afford it and almost yelled at us in a high pitch voice:"It's never free in our restaurant!!"... After that she disappeared from our table for good until another gentleman came over to take care of us for the rest of our stay, at least he was soft spoken and polite--for a change.
FOOD: The food bar around the grill looked messy, meats looked black and not fresh while vegetables looked like leftover from the week before. This lady cook behind the grill seemed like totally out, slow in motion and never said a word to us during the whole time except asking our table number. She had no expression on her face or whatsoever at all time either, and guess what, she also kept staring outside of the window. I wonder why both ladies in this restaurant all love to look outside, there were just some parked cars.
VALUE: The price at this place was also on the high end, although four of us only spent $40, but we hadn't had any drinks and our dinner plates were smaller than appetizer size. In the end, we left our waiter a 20% tip, half because he was nice and friendly, half we would like him to tell that snobby waitress: asking about the green tea got nothing to do with the affordability, there is no need to be rude.