My wife and I dined here on New Years Day. The ambiance was perfect for friends, romantic night or just drinks. They serve American and Asian so multiple reviews will be needed to get to give a true representation, however this review is based off the Asian cuisine. Steamed Pot Stickers: These were just okay. They were not as flavorful as others I've had from different restaurants. The noodle was very soft, causing the meat to fall out during every bite. The dipping sauce was also not as flavorful either. Mongolian Beef: I ordered this dish w/ fried rice. It was tasty. The beef was tender and thinly sliced. There wasn't much sauce w/ the dish but it didn't make you feel like you needed to use soy sauce to loosen things up (for those who do that). Cune Teriyaki: This dish was the best over all. It's served with broccoli, shiitake mushrooms, chicken and shrimp. It's the perfect combination of all your favorite ingredients. I'd definitely order this again. New review after we try the American dishes.
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The first time I went the food was EXCELLENT. The second time it was less than desired. Especially after telling a friend how good it was then he and I both not experiencing that. The waitress we had was trying WAY TOO HARD to make a tip by excessively calling everyone "honey", "sugar", "baby", "sweetie". Way too thick.
I ordered the Classic Smash w/ original fried and the meal was pretty good. Their burgers have a distinctive taste, which makes them stand out from other franchises. They are about $3 higher than other places, but the value is pretty good. I'd order this meal again and would try other items on their menu as well.