We found this place last week and really liked it. The service seemed good and the food as well, except for the fried rice. Today we dined here for our second and LAST time. My Mom has a permanent muscular injury in her hand that renders it very difficult to pick things up, grasp, etc. Today she happened to drop her glass onto the table, which the owners put a glass topper on. Of course, the glass shattered. Instead of acting caring, or sympathetic the owner came out and talked with an employee in Chinese and then said ""the glass company says this costs almost $150.00. You pay me $150.00 today and if its lower than that then we will send the difference"". What buffoons! It was an accident that could happen to anyone (and according to an employee DID happen to someone else before). A meal that was supposed to cost probably around $20.00 cost aroud $175-almost $200 and left Golden with a negative review. Most importantly, the glass is innappropriate to be put on a table where familes are going to eat on. How can glass be guaranteed clean, like that? When it broke my child was almost cut and my finger got cut. That glass needs to be replaced with plastic like OTHER restaurants put on theirs. It made us wonder if this is something that they put out on purpose, hoping that someone will drop their glass and can make a dime off of it?