We stopped here for lunch on our way driving south. We both had one of the lunch combos: entree, soup, salad, fried rice, chow mein. I had the Malaysian Beef, sort of a cross between Mongolian Beef and Curried Beef. It was quite good. The quantity of food was very generous. The presentation of the dishes was also wonderful, showing the care and pride of this establishment.
There is a full sushi menu. I did not try any but the raw ingredients visible looked good.
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