This place has really found its groove. I was a little worried in the early days, but the owner found his footing and has created both a menu and atmosphere that are inviting.
The menu is limited but there are specials and the items offered (mostly chop suey, chow mein, lo mein, all with a variety of sauces to choose from and soups) are prepared well using fresh ingredients. Sauces include Ginger Soy, Black Bean, Peanut Chili, and Sweet Plum. Love the ginger soy and peanut chili, the other two lack pizazz, as the main ingredients dominate.
The owner is an unusual character, charming in his own way. Jazz on Wednesdays upstairs is nice. Wine and beer are available.
(One weird thing: There's always pee on the toilet seat. I swear, it must be an employee with bad aim, because it is there every.single. time. I go there. What is up with that?)
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