It was several minutes before the maitre d arrived and we were told it would be a 30 minute wait for a table though it was obvious several tables were available. We sat in the nearby keno area with a unobstructed view of the entrance and in less than 10 minutes I observed 2 separate groups arriving and being seated. It was obvious neither had reservations as each paused to read the menu posted outside. I walked over to the Maitre d and politely asked why these groups were being seated while we were told we had to wait. The maitre d claimed I was told we would be seated at the next available table, but the placard on our table stated 8:45PM (i.e. 30 minutes from the time we arrived). Under normal circumstances I would have left, but I was too hungry and the other dining options were less appealing. We ordered the crab Rangoon appetizer for $6.99. There was just an itty bitty smear of cream cheese in each (4) Rangoon and I would guess the closest any of them came to a crab was when the chef waved a crab claw over each. It was therefore with much trepidation that we waited for our entrees of Singapore noodles and pad Thai to arrive. The Singapore noodles turned out to be very good and spicy, but the pad Thai was unrecognizable, by either looks or taste.