Great first date atmosphere. Dim lighting. Light food flavor. Dessert is worth saving your stomach for. Try the mochi balls, I've had strawberry and vanilla.
Very expensive for chinese food. I was never a fan of fusion food myself. Too americanized for my chinese taste. The orange chicken was of Panda Express- caliber.
I've never had better fried Tilapia from any restaurant. The rice is also very well cooked. The lobster is good when in season. The crab is very tasty, too.
You have to try the fried noodles with either beef or chicken. Both are exceptionally good. The vegetables they use are also very green and high quality, not something you'd expect from a chinese restaurant. Also, great service!
The shrimp fried rice is packed with shrimp! The scallops also taste very fresh. I wish they would make a combination seafood dish. I have yet to try the fish but it is freshly kept in tanks in front of the restaurant.
Great beef chow fun. It's the best I've had in the San Diego area. It is not as greasy as most places. And they use more vegetables than usual. The beef is also very tasty!
The rice vermicelli with grilled chicken is to die for. I recommend it to everyone I take here and no one has been dissatisfied.. yet. The fish sauce used to pour over it is great.
This place is a bit far from UCSD but the food is worth the drive. The chicken noodle pho is really good and the soup is very flavorful. The meatball pho is also really good.
I have to write a review about the fried egg rolls. Everyone must try it. It is stuffed with veggies and pork and fried to perfection. Doesn't taste greasy like other eggrolls I've had.
Great food but the service is horrible. The waiter had his thumb in my pho soup when he was serving it to us. We had to ask for napkins. Spoons, forks, chopsticks and cups were all stained.