I adore OG! I try and go whenever I can, and have even brought my parents (the most disciminating food critics I know) The place can get packed, so I recommend going early, because the food can sometimes suffer if they are very busy. My favorites are... pork & apple dumplings, crab cakes when available, chicken peanut spring rolls, thai beef salad, szechuan beef, five spice chicken, steamed veggies with amazing ginger miso dipping sauce, and although the five spice chocolate souffle with 3 different sorbets in fried wonton cups is delicious (one is plenty for 2 people to share) my favorite dessert is the creme brulee, a different flavor every day. They have had some crazy flavors, like lichee or cracked black pepper, but they are all creamy delicious (and not too eggy). My best friend was living in Puerto Rico, and when I went to visit and asked could I bring her anything, she said, ""Bring me the duck entree from OG!"" The service is friendly, if not speedy, and the atmosphere calm and relaxing. The prices are quite reasonable, and the servings large (though not huge). I cannot reccomend this place more highly!!!
Pros: food is amazingly delicious
Cons: food suffers if the place is too busy