Ok, so this place doesn't have the most amazing atmosphere ever. It feels like a twenties dinner club ran headlong into an Asian noodle cart and the resulting ambiance is Woo's. Aside from the creepyness and the terrible background music selections, the food was rather good. I had the hot and sour soup which was not as spicy as I like it, but good none the less and a generous helping of Spicy Singapore noodles. The menu said spicy but in reality they were just mildly warm. Even the hot mustard didn't make me have that "oh my god my nose hair is on fire" sensation that I often crave. Service was ok. My water glass never went below half full. The food was promptly brough to my table and dirty dishes removed quickly. I rated this as an "I like it" restaurant simply because it's edible and safe for family dining. However, I think I could do much better looking elswhere to fill my roast duck and Sha Cha sauce covered food cravings.