First time visit, since Westminster is not normally our turf; and we were quite pleased. We waited outside for the door to be opened a few minutes past 11:00 am (Harumph!!) and were impressed by the modern open decor. Our booth was one of the more comfortable we've experienced lately; and Nitaya, our server, was very attentive and courteous. She more than made up for the late door opening. We focused more on appetizers and found them delicious: The steamed Chinese chicken dumplings and the Japanese chicken Gyoza (potstickers) were significantly different in wrapper thickness and filler texture/flavor; while the Vietnamese pork egg rolls (cha gyo) were crispy and equally tasty. Each dish had its own unique sauce. It was a bit hard to get to the very fresh romaine lettuce wraps for the egg rolls were hard to get to. Just a little presentation rearrangement would be helpful and less messy: Lots of cold rice noodles and bean sprouts on the plate, but no cilantro or mint, as we've experienced in other Vietnamese restaurants. To make this a truly pan-asian meal, we shared the Pad Thai with pork (yes, you can get it with pork, although the menu does not show it as an option). The lunch portion was quite generous and tasty, but the orange sauce was a bit too sweet: Less sugar and a little more vinegar would have been even more pleasant. Wouldn't mind go back to try some of their other dishes, such as curries or bento boxes.
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