We have eaten there twice in the past 30 days. The first was with a group of 8 of us from a Senior Citizens group, the second as a family-3 generations, but just 6 people.
The 8-person group had many courses chosen by the group leader, a very experienced Chinese-American lady. Most of the choices came from the "Authentic Chinese Menu" and were excellent. Timing of the presentation of the dishes was variable. When there is a group such of ours, some people were not ready for the next course and the Lazy Susan style of passing food around was awkward in some cases.
The family group had different tastes, from sashimi to lo main to gyoza to the "Authentic menu". I will comment only on the last group of dishes- Chicken Basil, Beef with bitter melon, Shoots of peas, Steamed striped bass. All excellent, no generic chinese brown sauce, not over-salted. Really excellent and better than any Chinese food I have had in our suburban area of Greenwich-Stamford. The food reminded me of places in NYC where a chinese colleague would order the food.
There is an "American chinese menu" General Tso etc. which we did not taste except for the boneless ribs which were OK and a sort of fried won-ton stuffed ground pork which was also OK.
There is a small Japanese menu, my grandson had gyoza and I didn't ask him to discuss it. My son said it resemble the packaged gyoza that you can buy at Japanese food shops. My daughter-in-law had the sashimi but did not comment.