The menu stares back at you with eight pages of cuisine from Vietnam, Thailand, Cantonese China, and a fusion of the above. While the kitchen may be out of some options one evening and others the next, the waitress always has good recommendations. Frankly, I’m happy when a kitchen isn’t serving every one of its 100 dishes because it means things are fresh (Not reheated from a deep freeze)!!
Wide variety for those who like clear, simple wanton soup to those who crave spicy Thai beef with peanut sauce.
Cute interior with an eclectic collection of figurines. The service is attentive without hovering.
This isn’t the place for high quality wine, but the beer is local and the drink menu is standard.
I would come back if I was in the area!
(I hardly ever give fives!)
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