To begin with, the restaurant is small and cozy, beautiful decorations, and it's nice and cool (excellent for some relief from the summer sun). I tried their paradise tea - it tastes medicinal like powdered medicine or when a pill has been in your mouth too long. My friend guessed that they made it with flower petals, which is probably beautiful but tastes disgusting. The "chips and salsa" were a surprising treat that I enjoyed. (My friend wanted me to add that they asked if we wanted spicy mustard but assumed that we would want sweet and sour sauce). My friend and I both got the vegetarian spring rolls and cream cheese wontons. The wontons were plain but good and the rolls were delicious. Then we got our entrees...and this is where it really went downhill. I got the pan fried noodles, they were burnt to a black crisp in several places and there was almost no sauce. For those who haven't eaten this, the sauce is supposed to soften up the noodles, but there was barely enough there for flavor and most of my noodles stayed hard. I've had this dish many times in many different places, first time I've been disappointed. My friend got some kind of spicy beef dish, I can say it but can't spell it - she said it wasn't spicy and was oddly sweet and overall there was just something "off" about the flavor. So there were high points, and I wouldn't mind going there again, but there were also quite a few low points and it maybe wouldn't be my top choice.
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