This was a very comfortable and homey feeling restaurant. There were five ladies in our party and we were seated at a table that looks like it was prepared for a famly of 12. In the center of the room and not at all conducive for conversation, hard to hear. There were lovely booths all around us. We were greeted and sat for at least 15 minutes before our server appeared. It then took at least another 15 minutes to get water and drinks. The warm bread was another 15 minutes. Then finally we gave our order. All the "regular" diners around us were warmly welcomed and served before our appetizers appeared. The food was plentiful and delicious and nicely prepared, I had the south east asian mussels and they were hot, delicous and wonderfully prepared in a spicy and ginger. I was glad it took so long to get our entrees so I could make room for the well-prepared salmon with kimchee, baby bok choy and a pile of jasmine rice. My friends short ribs were beautiful, tender and delicious. All the entrees were well enjoyed. As people who came in after us and left we still had to order our dessert, which proved to be a trick since the waitress kept walking passed us without a look in our direction. She finally came and took our order, and we took the opportunity to ask for our check with the dessert. She managed to bring the check for two other tables in our immediate area without addressing our needs yet again. We got our delicous dessert and wait a little longer before she dropped the check. We are usually very generous tippers, but the service was so lacking that we only left a 15% gratutite which was a gift. We really enjoyed the food and the ambience of the place but really, the waitress made it a little difficult to truly like the experience.
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