Don't be put off by the exterior. It looks shady at first glance, but don't judge a book by its cover. It has a very casual atmosphere, definitely not a fine dining experience, but that didn't make my experience any less incredible. I think it was a family run place, and one of the walls had pictures of one of the owner's kids hanging up. Some people might see that as unprofessional, but I think it made the place warm and friendly. The little boy even made an adorable appearance that night. The staff were very attentive and friendly; when I wanted something, I never had to wait long. They also had an interesting system of ordering. You were given a dry erase marker and had to circle your items on the menu. This made it virtually impossible for your order to get messed up, and I didn't have to embarrass myself trying to pronounce some of the items. Now, the food: absolutely amazing! The crab wontons were, hands down, the best I'd ever had. We also had the Kristy Roll, the Yummy Roll, the Alamo Roll, and the Philadelphia Roll. Of them, the Kristy Roll was my favorite. The saki and hot tea we had were also delicious. I definitely recommend the tea, even if you aren't usually a fan. All in all, delicious! My only complaint? I don't live closer!
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