The food was well-prepared and delicious. We started with excellent fried vegetarian dumplings which were crisp on the outside and had a good filling. Our salads were especially nice; some loved the seaweed salad, while I loved my basic green salad which was made with a mesclun mix with added chopped vegetables and a very nice ginger dressing, rather than the plain iceberg served at most Asian restaurants. Diners in our group felt that the sushi was very fresh, the shrimp was good, and the vegetables weren't overcooked. We liked that the General Tso's wasn't as overly sweet and gluey as what is usually served in other restaurants. Nothing stood out as amazing, but everything was very good. The one drawback is that the restaurant is trying to serve many Asian cuisines, with the result that the menu in any given cuisine is small. For example, only 5 basic curries, and many appetizers, but fewer from each cuisine than you would find at a dedicated Chinese or Thai restaurant. This is good if no one can agree on a restaurant, but you can't go very deeply into any one area. The waiter was attentive. Very reasonable prices for the quality and quantity of food. The atmosphere is clean and sophisticated -- no tablecloths at dinner, but still nice. Seating area is broken up into sections which helps to keep each area quieter. Lots of parking, but the lot is often full.
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