It's usually an indication that a Chinese restaurant will be good when the owners make appropriate Feng-Shui adjustments to the site, like bamboo, deity statutes, moon-shaped entrances, gold-colored shiny things and flowers. But don't take that as a sign that the food isn't loaded with MSG -- which is true here too. It is moderately priced and a good value for the money. Of concern to me are the bowl of skittles by the cash register -- if they don't mind everybody putting their hands in the same bowl of unwrapped candy then what other hygiene considerations do they ignore? However, the food is well prepared, and the portions substantial, so I recommend dining as part of a group rather than alone if you go here.