The variety of Asian food will almost overwhelm you - and they are so busy you may think you'll be overlooked, but eventually everyone is served and no one is unhappy.
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Asian food for Americans. Fairly tasteless and boring food. Service is slow during lunch. But they have nice indoor seating
I'm usually pretty skeptical of places that serve two ethnic cuisines but this place seems to do both okay. I usually get the Chinese food combo, which is pretty good and a good value. 3 stars is the perfect rating for this restaurant as nothing...More
I used to go there frequently then I stopped working in Century City for a couple of years. Not only did the prices go up, the quantify and quality of the food went down. The dishes were always expensive, especially when you consider that despite...More
Everything from Kung Pao to Poke Bowls to Sashimi This restaurant. Go early - they get packed for lunch. .
My disappointment stems from management's closed mindedness. I wanted to order a combo that came with lo mein and an entree. For my entree I wanted honey walnut shrimp but the manager said I could not have it. I asked why they couldn't just upcharge...More
This place is okay if you're absolutely desperate, but the service is terrible because they're so under staffed. They have one person working the sushi area. It's just really slow. I think you're better off going somewhere else. The sushi is fine, but who has...More
The cooked food is just okay, but you pay Century City prices. The sushi quality is bad to average. The waits are also long if you order to go. It is actually faster to eat in the restaurant.
This time I ordered a soup to take out. A soup. Something pre-made. 19 minutes from the time the bill was generated until the soup materialized. It did not help that one of the employees, who identified herself as in charge, handled a cash register,...More