My husband and I tried this restaurant for the first time, after reading reviews that we wouldn't like it if we wanted authentic Chinese. Well, I prefer Westernized, so off we went.
First impressions did not speak well - the walls seem very bare, and a dirty-looking curtain covers the entrance to the kitchen. Ceiling looks saggy in some areas, and spotted with water damage.
Service was decent, our server did offer some dishes that he liked at our request. He didn't check on us too much or too little. The appetizers were alright (wonton soup and egg rolls), though nothing special. I ordered a combination dinner, my husband had duck for the main course.
Perhaps this is not the "style" of westernized that we're used to, because neither of us liked our meals. The rice seemed to be missing salt, the dry ribs were TOO salty, and the chow mein was simply gross. I tried adding soy sauce, but it didn't really help. We had the food packed to go to be polite, but it will likely be hitting the trash. We will not be going back.