Went there to try this dessert my brother had been raving about and I fell in love. There were 3 flavors and the mango and green tea flavors were amazing. I hope I can find this in chicago.😍😍
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Service was slow and there was no excuse for it; the restaurant was less than half-full. I don't understand how the soup can come out before the drinks do. The sweet and sour pork was adequate. The tempura has too heavily battered. Service may have been slow, but the staff was polite. Could be we just got them on a... More
Nothing write home about was average or a bit above (not by much). Had much better Thai places on Eastside of town and I was not familiar with Westside. Very slow service and staff is not attentive. The waitress/host sat us then went off to who knows where, the sushi chef came out to take our order, then waited 5... More
Went on a Saturday night with my husband and son. Only 10 Others in the restaurant with seating for about 50. We ordered our food and waited 40 minutes for our appetizer. Then we waited another 30 for our meals which were all brought out at different times. Yes the food was great, but i recommend another restaurant where both... More
Didn't try the sushi but Thai dishes were nice. They seem to cater to the standard low-heat tolerance crowd so if you like spicy and can hang ask for actual spicy. The basil fried rice was light, aromatic and had crunchy whole veggies in it.
We have eaten here numerous times and have always enjoyed the food. We almost always order Thai dishes but friends of ours have enjoyed the sushi. One of our party has food allergies and the restaurant is very sensitive and cooperative in preparing the dishes to meet their specific needs. Service can be slow and intermittent in regards to checking... More
Three of us went for lunch and each fancied the Bento Box. Restaurant pretty empty, service non existent and food terrible. The only saving grace was the Bento Box itself which looked authentic, but the food inside did not in any way come close to a Bento Box experience. Oh but the Singha beer was good. Very disappointed.
Four stars instead of Five only because service was a bit slow and disconnected. We had pad Thai with tofu and curry tofu. Was yummy. Extra plus is we didn't feel like we were in Boca . Nice vibe. Nice mixed crowd.
Tom-yum soup best we've ever ever had and as foodies from Boston and NYC in our party, that is saying something. The vegetable tempura was plentiful but the broccoli was a bit tired and soft. Sushi boat #1 for one was really for 2-3! We arrived at 6 for good service. By 7 asked for drink refills 3 times, waited... More
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