This place seems perpetually crowded and the service is pretty fast. They don't seem the most customer-service oriented - more of a "what do you want?" and "I'll bring it right out" mentality. There seem to be a lot of Chinese people eating here, though which is always a good thing.
Food was pretty good - won't say it's the best I ever had, but I was happy with my meal - moo shu chicken, despite the fact that the waiter was reluctant to serve it steamed with the sauce on the side, worried that it would have no flavor.
The whole fish dish looked delicious - steamed with scallions, though you have to take the bones out yourself.