We decided to get take out as soon as we walked into the restaurant (only because of we were too hungry and tired to look for another place). The ambience just kills your appetite.
The hostess / staff was friendly but absent minded. She made all kinds of mistakes with our order.
The size of the entrees is unbelievably small for take out (probably better if we had eaten in). Each entree comes with a tiny styrofoam cup of rice (our steam rice has black specks on them).
The dish "Jumbo shrimps and sauteed scallop" has 4 medium sized shrimps and a few pieces of broken scallops with lots of green onions and some ginger in a watery salty sauce. It costs $8.00.
All 3 dishes are salty with little flavours. The so called Cantonese fried noodle used unknown type of noodle (not the typical egg noodle). The beef in a stir fry beef dish is so tough that you wonder what cut of beef do they use.
This very eclectic menu has a strong Chinese influence but tends to borrow from other Pan-Asian dishes. Everything is served family style but usually is enough for 1 and a 1/2 people. All restaurants are non-smoking and usually have a wait for dinner of at least 30 minutes.
Favorite Dish: The Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps are my absolute favorite but the Kung Pao Chicken is a close second!
mongollian grill - a great place for kids!
The price is great and it is in a great location.
Favorite Dish: soba noodles and the the sereve your self bar with lots of tasty vegtables. Watch the chef cook all you ingredients!