I was expecting an average dining experience. Friends whom we were with had dined here before and recommended it after a matinee at SRJC Summer Rep. We like Asian food, and agreed to go.
Unassuming location in a little strip mall. Some outside tables overlooking the parking lot. We ate inside in the nicely appointed dining room.
Service was great throughout. Several people waited on us alternately, and each was good. Very knowledgeable about the menu. (We even asked questions about what nearby diners were having.)
Fairly extensive menu with the usual suspects -- pho, bowls, "Chinese" dishes. Some unusual and interesting sounding rolls, though we didn't order any.
I had a green papaya salad with black tofu. Good flavor and very nicely presented.
I was the only vegetarian in the group. The omnivores ordered beef and broccoli, honey walnut prawns, and orange chicken. What impressed most was the freshness of the ingredients and the quality of the meat. My partner commented that often at Asian restaurants, the meat is gristly or chewy or mysterious. The meat and the prawns in their dishes was very good.
Prices are reasonable.
We're going to another play at SRJC Summer Rep next month, and we plan on going back to Goji to try more things.
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