I have yet to find a place that has spring rolls as good as this place. They are fried, but are so light and crispy like a pastry. Seriously, I have gone to Cleveland and back without finding a comparable spring roll. Their noodle dishes are typically excellent.
The only complaint is that they aren't consistent. One day, my Phad See-Ew is perfectly stir-fried, perfectly sauced with crispy veggies. The next day, the pan wasn't hot enough so it's soupy and the noodles broken up and overcooked/simmered. Then the day after that, there's barely any sauce and it's burnt everywhere. It's battered customer syndrome. When it's good, it's fantastic. After that, I'm chasing the dragon.
Their brick wall is insufferably unique and cool. Feels like dining in a prison with IKEA lighting...but I like that.
Also, beware of the gruff waitstaff. They can get pissy when they realize you didn't tip them what they didn't earn. Word of advice: Pay fast and get out the door before they see what you left behind!