Seeing as they now market their honey walnuts and walnut cookies, etc., you'd assume their honey walnut shrimp is something special. It's good...but I've had better elsewhere and for cheaper. The same can be said for some of their food...but there are a few standouts and this holds especially true during lunch. Their pan-fried string beans are awesome with bits of pork and szechuan pickles and a light shoyu sauce that is not thick and goopy like other places. It is listed as a hot and spicy dish but in my many times eating it, it's only ever been that once. That dish, among others is a great deal during lunch when you can get it with rice, soup, chinese pickles (or pot stickers, etc...it depends on what category of food the dish falls within) almond float and tea for around $7. During dinner, you'll pay about that much for just the string beans. Their menu also features food i'd say is more chinese than most chinese restaurants with things like frog legs, pig intestine casseroles, etc...not my cup of tea, but if you don't want to venture to chinatown to get something other than wontons and beef broccoli, this may be the place for you. All in all, their food is a bit on the steep side pricewise given the portions, but still good food.