Food: I've had a number of the noodle soups and chow mein dishes and they've all been very good. I really enjoy their dumplings (I believe they were shrimp and pork) and the chow mein noodles are always nice and crispy. Soup noodles and the shrimp and egg fried rice are only ok. I've dined in and taken out and the noodles are have been great each time with the standouts being the beef with pepper sauce, which my non-asian coworkers liked the most. Overall, yum!
Service: Efficient and kinder than most Chinese places. The only thing that bothers me is that there is a separate menu that is only in Chinese and I can't read it - translate please! Cash only so beware!
Value: Noodles with dumplings hover around 5-6 per bowl while chow mein and rice dishes are around 8-10 so not bad for a heaping bowl/plate of food. They have other dishes, such as appies and snacks, which also appear to be inexpensive.
Ambiance: clean and newer looking unlike some dingy Chinese places and I was pleasantly surprised.
Overall, I would return again and def recommend others to try! Bon appetite!
Food: All the dishes tasted good, still a bit on the greasy side but not that bad for a Chinese restaurant. Also didn't get MSG symptoms afterwards, which is saying a lot for a Chinese restaurant.
Service: Food came out fast. Although more frequent tea refills would have been nice.
Value: 8 people ate well for $10, tax and tips included. And this dinner included soup and dessert.
Ambiance: Parking is very limited. Restaurant itself is well kept. WC is clean. Lots of people waiting around for tables while you eat so that gets a bit crowded and uncomfortable.
Parking first of all is totally horrible, very difficult and few spaces what there are.
The ambience is good in the place, clean and modern with a look of solidity, giving the impression that it is bigger than it really is.
Service is average, polite waitresses with average speed of delivery of ordered food. The menu is easy to read and the choice is pretty wide.
They say to test the mettle of such a noodle, rice and congee place you have to try the Wonton (not wanton)
noodle soup and the rice noodles with beef. Both passed the taste test with flying colours. Also tried their fried noodles with assorted meats, very tasty albeit a bit soggy because of too much gravy.