This is your typical HK style "fusion" cuisine place, which is to say, it's pretty darn good! It looks small on the outside, but once you step in, you will realize that it is quite cavernous, and the seats are far apart, so you never feel cramped. There is also a plethora of good looking young people of both sexes to provide plenty of eye candy. =)
My only gripe is that they close extremely early, around 9:30-ish or so. Compare this to similar restaurants, such as Venus Cafe in Newark (open until 1 am or later), and Top Cafe in Milpitas (open until 3 am). I guess this is just a reflection on the sleepy nature of the area itself.