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I would say that the rustic homey atomosphere is the most impressive sealing point there. The food is fine, on-par with a typical farm to table place. Serving size tends to be on the smaller side. Cocktail was yummy.
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Classic comfy Irish pub vibe. Ok good and service. Live Celtic music gives a honey touch to the place.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Born and raised in Hong Kong, I know my Cantonese food very well. It was a Saturday evening in Aug 2016. We were hungry after attending a Yoga Expo in town. We decided to give this place a try having found its good ratings on Yelp. The menu contains a lot of authetic dishes that are found in traditional Chinese restaurants back in Hong Kong. Danny, one of the servers, told us that the chefs are from Hong Kong. No wonder! We had the Twin Combo (ordered bbq pork and roasted duck) for appetizer, the Lamb clay pot, and the beef stew clay pot. Every single bite was full of flavor. The bbq pork had a crispy skin that was accompanied by layers of belly fat and lean pork underneath. It was amazing like it is always back home. The roasted duck was flavorful, gamey and fresh. The two clay pots were served sizzing not, serving up well-stewed beef and lamb, perfectly seasoned to bring out the distinctive flavors of both types of meat. Our server Danny was awesome. He checked in with us to see if we wanted the appetizer separately served from the entries. Also offered to replace our rice with warmer ones after we had been sitting there for a while. He sent us home with some free warm rice when we packed our leftovers! Our bellies were very happy and full from the dinner. Looking forward to trying their dim sums, for which they said you may resrve a table.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Plenty of parking as it is in a big strip mall. Spacious and good AC in the summer. I went to transfer my Tile & Registration from out-of-state on a Tuesday morning mid-July, wait time = 30 min. Was done in ~45 min from start to finish. The staff was knowledgeable and had good attitude.
Public - a month ago
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