Walking in, the area to wait or to be greeted was awkward. No regular hostess station to greet you. They have a big table full of business cards from visitors and locals. Maybe they need to work on that area to look a little more like a greeting area. Don't let that steer you away, we just walked a little further up toward the bar area and were greeted. Nice menu,plenty of asian dishes to choose from, sharing style or combo plates, lots of apps and platters to choose from. The problem is to make a decision on what you want because it is all very good choices.Started with the Sampler Platter which had crab rangoon, mini egg rolls, chicken rolls, edamame and won tons. Nice variety with dipping sauce. Also had Moo Goo Gai Pan, good fresh chicken and vegetables not a heavy sauce, just right with Jasmine rice or 1.00 for fried rice. Could have had a little more rice to share, but it was very good.Also had the Kung Pau Beef. Just enough spice, good pieces of tender beef, not the processed kind, this was the real deal beef. Good sauce and veggies. Also came with white rice, but chose the fried rice. Fried rice was good but did not have anything in it, no mini veggies chopped, no egg pieces, but was very tasty. All portions are very good for sharing and bringing some home too. The staff is very nice. Jenny was accommodating, but the gentleman server who helped her was very friendly and even more accommodating, super personality. Nice place, good bar area. Outdoor seating. Has Happy Hour 3-5 and at 7 pm. 1.00 off wine and beer and 1.00 appetizers. They have cooking classes which I have heard are really great.
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