Very big restaurant. Very loud. The food is quite good. The service is friendly but not spectacular.
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The food maybe good but we never ha a chance to try it. The music is so loud that it was giving us a headache. It was like being in a teenager clothing store.
Beautiful restaurant, service was ok. Food looked beautiful & looked perfectly cooked but the flavors were HORRIBLE! I've never heard of an Asian restaurant using cinnamon much less in vegetable rolls. Dipping sauces tasted like cough syrup, dumplings were soggy & over-cooked & appeared to be not fully cooked, no rice was offered. We ordered Mongolian Beef which was delicious but not what we were familiar with, Kung Pao also good but would've been better with rice, pan-fried noodle dish w/chicken which was well fried & horrible, pork dumplings - horrible & we took a small bite & put it back, vegetable rolls.We were taken back by the sight of the pan-fried noodle dish which appeared to be placed in a deep fryer & let them know it was not what was described or expected & asked if they had a chow mein style dish which we requested & turned out good but bland. In the end we were charged for both noodle dishes regardless. Our bill in the end was $70 & a complete waste of money! A sign should've been lunch hour mid-week the restaurant only had a couple customers when nearby Asian restaurants had a line out the door.
Went here with a buddy and the food is great. It looks pricy on the menu at $10 but it came out wit rice,chow mien, egg roll,tea so not too badI would recommend to a friend
We gotta wait more because manager let chinese people who came late sit first. Is this discrimination or what?
Four stars for anything on the menu that's sichuanese, 3 stars for the americanized food. Make sure to ask for the authentic version of dishes so you get the real flavor. I had to ask for sichuan peppercorns in my Kung Pao chicken. The Kung Pao and the dry cooked string beans were great. The green onion beef and the fried rice were blander. I would definitely go back for the sichuan cuisine.