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This was everything I've ever wanted in a restaurant. The flavors, the service, the price, the extras, the creativity, the portion. It was all there! Our waitress was super helpful in choosing dishes. San Francisco Restaurants, Dentists, Bars, Beauty Salons, Doctors

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New York Restaurants, Dentists, Bars, Beauty Salons, Doctors Overpriced, unexciting Chinese food. Stopped by as part of a group of five, and we split a bunch of appetizers, including the edamame dumplings (the best of the dishes I had, fairly unique and had nice flavor), the Szechuan pork dumplings (standard Asian fare but not as tender), the tuna tartare spring roll (interesting idea and fried nicely but not my favorite idea), beef lettuce cups (not terribly exciting), and the chili rock shrimp (a bit too heavily sauced and not as good as some other versions). The entrees we split were the steamed sea bass roll, the monk fish (both okay but…Read more Overpriced, unexciting Chinese food.
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