This gussied-up chain bustles with singles and families craving Chinese food favorites..
Towering twin stallions and carved wood screens add majesty and mystery to this stylish restaurant, where well-dressed patrons sip martinis at the bar and families with children feast around large tables or in spacious booths. The menu gives Chinese classics a contemporary tweak; dishes are artfully presented, with many sauces made tableside by servers. Signature plates include diced chicken wrapped in cool lettuce leaves, orange-peel beef with chili peppers, and wok-fried scallops with lemon sauce.
Worst restaurant anywhere. My friends and I went on a Tuesday night and waited for close to 2 hours for a table. The food was definitely not worth waiting. To add insult to injury, the server asked if we wanted tea, we (4 of us) said yes. We each got a petite teapot and we commented how cute the pots were. Little did we know the tea cost us close to $12.00. She should have told us the charge in advance. The only thing remotely good about this restaurant is the decor which I suspect is the only reason why it is busy. If you want good Chinese food, it's best to go to a real Chinese restaurant.
Fun atmosphere for Friends!.
Went with a group-- great way to try several dishes.
EVERYTHING was GREAT!!! Fun atmosphere! Great Food! Ohh-- and check out the bathrooms... neat sinks! :-)
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