The 5 page menu at this place features more than a hundred items, with selections in soups, fowl, pork, mu shu, chicken and seafood.
After seating the guests are greeted with obligatory tea and spicy cabbage, which I haven't seen at other Asian places.
The meals are served in family-sharing mode, so anything you order comes with a number of plates, and the waiter distributes a generous portion of the meal to everyone at the table.
The place is not expensive, although there were some items on the menu (sea cucumber, I think), which were at $25 a plate. Expect most of the food to be in the $8-12 range.