Very attentive waitress. We ordered a lot of food that I took home because I didn't want to cook for the next few days--raw tuna roll, chicken wings, braised short ribs, and the pork ribs. Strange that they did not have wasabi when they serve sushi rolls.
Meh meh meh, the food was not that tasty. Maybe we ordered the wrong things. I did not like it that the piece of fish that I ate had eggs in it. It gave the fish a bad taste to it.
Solid XLB, eat them fast though. As soon as they cool, their skin starts to harden and you can taste the sesame oil. Also had the medium flat noodle soup, noodles are homemade and you can see the guy make them in front of you. That is pretty cool.
This is one of my favorite places to go for authentic Sichuan food. The food quality there is very good and the taste is amazing.
Very authentic Szechuan restaurant, one of the must try places in SGV. Highly recommend the toothpick lambs, Pork tender, and water boil series.
One of the most authentic Dim Sum place in SGV area. I have to admit the quality of ingredients and tastes of food were very descent. No Dim Sum carts in the restaurant, you just mark down the quantity you want on a paper menu and they will make/ steam the dishes for you freshly. Wait time on weekend is horrible. My friends and I arrived around 11:45am on Sunday (peak-time I assume); we waited for more than 1.5 hour. It's all worthy after all because of yummy Dim Sum dishes; but expect the long wait time on weekend.Parking lot is relatively small, but free street parking available. Read the signs.
My most favorite Szechuan restaurant in LA, the dishes can be spicy but do not hurt you stomach, all most all dishes are delicious.
Best alternative place to go if you like din tai fung. I usually get the dumpling, spicy beef noodles, and beef wrap.
Horrible severice,food and,no pne speaks english or spanish I recomend you not to go there no refunds
Good place for spicy and not so salty food