This used to be called Ed's Potsticker House but now it's run by Ed's wife and has dropped "Ed's." The setting, service, and food are wonderful. This was our second time here after a year or so, and it's better than ever. The three of us shared a number of dishes. We started with the seafood hot and sour soup for two that was more than enough for three. A nice touch was the black vinegar served on the side that was a nice condiment for the soup. We added the delicious soup dumplings (7) that burst with the flavor of the hot liquid when bitten into. Another plate was the terrific sauteed peapod leaves that we ordered with garlic. All in all, a wonderful experience.