My girlfriend and I tried to eat here once, but they told us that they were going to close. That kind of upset me a little bit because many people were still eating, and I think someone might have even walked in. I was upset with this restaurant for some time, but my girlfriend and I came back and actually had dinner. I must say there is not a lot to say about the decor of the restaurant. It was nice, but wasn't unique. I liked how it was open, and relaxed. At many restaurants you have a stuffy atmosphere that makes it uncomfortable to even eat. The waiters were nice. I say that in plural form because I am not sure who our waiter was, it seemed liked everyone got a piece of the serving action. The appetizers were small but great. We had the dumplings, which were really good, and a bread type of appetizer with a peanut type dipping sauce. I enjoyed both very much, and my girlfriend enjoyed them as well. The entrees we ordered were the duck and the catfish. Forgive me for not providing the correct names of the entrees but both were spicy and delicious. The ingredients were very fresh, and the duck and catfish were cooked to perfection. The entrees were not so big as to where they would completely stuff you until you felt like blowing chunks. The portions I think were proper and just right. They could have given me a bigger portion of rice, but I am 200+ pounds so I need a little more rice than most people. We didn't opt for dessert, but I loved the restaurant and think that everyone who reads should give it a try. Oh and I forgot to mention the duck was nice and crispy on the outside, but very tender on the inside, also the catfish was breaded which was great because it was a nice texture with cooked, but semi-crispy vegetables. The prices were also very reasonable. I was very surprised.
Pros: Food, service, atmosphere
Cons: Rice portion was not big enough, but I easily could have asked for more.