This hidden restaurant is definitely one of the nicer experiences in the area. We had a party of four on a weekend evening so we made reservations. I had never noticed this restaurant as it is upstairs in a building of small storefronts overlooking downtown. It was very nice, modern with clean lines--no dated red vinyl booths, gaudy gold furnishings or dingy cheap decor.
Surprisingly, the place was relatively empty when we arrived. There was a three piece ensemble playing a nice selection of low-key jazz type music, which went well with the peaceful atmosphere. The service was good as was the food. The fortune cookies are optional as you leave.
One unexpected part was the tea. We usually order tea with Chinese food (when in Rome...) but the server brought back a box of about 16 different teas; we all selected our own variety--chamomile, zen, orange, passion. The server returned with four separate pots ready to serve, and each pot held about 20 ounces of tea! I personally poured about six cups of about 4 ounces each from my pot. It was really nice, no refills to wait for and tea to suit each person's mood.
This is a downtown restaurant but parking was easy in a free lot reserved for customers. Overall, this is a very nice and I would gladly return. This is a good place for a business dinner or quiet night out with friends.
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