Ah, how wonderful it is to find a hidden treasure...and that's exactly what this restaurant is. It's just good Chineese and Thai food. I recommend the ginger shrimp. The hot and sour soup is great. The Thai food is very authentic according to my friend. (I've never been to Thailand, so I really wouldn't know.) You have a great menu choice...four pages of appetizers, beef, pork, seafood, chicken and duck. The egg rolls are also great. They're the thin type...not too greasy. This may be odd, but this restaurant also serves my favorite duck sauce. It's not the "to go" packets. It's more like apple sauce...the true Chineese food fans out there will know what I'm talking about. It's delicious! The entrees are huge. You could feed three people off one entree comfortably. So, plan on sharing or getting a doggie bag. (And yes, it tastes just as good on the second day.) The prices are pretty reasonable. A couple can eat with soft drinks, an appetizer and two good entrees for $30. I've been there at some busy times of the week and I've never had to wait for a table. The service is good. The fortune cookies are free (that's not a given anymore). The restaurant also has a small gift shop...more like a gift display that has some reasonably priced items in case you're shopping for a hard-to-find person.