Name: Helen G.
We stumbled upon here after working out across the street. This just opened last month apparently (last place was nasty looking). They have two sections: to the left is the take-out and the prices looked really good. $5.50 or something for a combo platter. We chose to dine in and sat to the right part of the restaurant. The decor is clean and modern. Looked through the menu, prices were reasonable, at a glance looked to be averaging $7.50 or so. They had a pretty big selection of HK cafe style food. We ordered the 3 dish deal for $22 bucks and they gave us the soup of the day. It's not the Americanized stuff :) Good portion size, wasn't too salty and asked for no MSG. Enough for 2 of us and leftovers for lunch the next day. The waitresses were super nice and we chatted up a storm with them! Will definitely come back here! It's cozy, clean, and yummy! If you are not craving big banquet style Canto food (Grand Palace across the street), this is the place.
Name: Richard F.
So, this is a fairly new spot that opened not so long ago. The food is actually really good, if you order from the menu. The hot table food-to-go stuff, usually looks like it's been sitting there too long and dry, but if you sit down to order, the food is really good. We live in South San Francisco, but we go wherever the food is good, so for this place to be in our home city is a bonus. We normally order from the Chef Special (3 items for $20.99) and add rice or noodle dish to complete the meal. I love the Mongolian Beef, great flavor and it's SPICY!!! Everything else we tried so far, we really liked. Not a bad dish so far. Good Chinese food for a decent price. Definitely coming back here for a while.