I loved this place before they remodeled. It seems to be family owned. The owner insists on having a tiny tv at the front counter. The food is good-and spicy means spicy, but almost anything you order, always comes with the same huge array of sliced and diced vegetables-which I love. It just seems a little silly. Oh-and the spring rolls with plum sauce are to die for. The newly remodeled version is huge, and BRIGHT, and white and cafeteria like. They are pretty fast-and relatively cheap,so a great neighborhood fall-back when you just don't want to cook.