This place looks pretty sketchy from the outside, so I had to check it out. I was hoping for a real kitchy 70's Chinese food experience, but alas there was nary an aquarium to be seen, though there were a few strategically placed tikis at the bar.
I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the drinks. I had an excellent Mai Tai and the wife had a Suffering B*&@ TripAdvisor won't let me use the real name of the drink). Both were very good. We had a couple of apps: steamed dumplings and spicy wings, which were both of surprisingly good quality.
The highlight of the visit was the bartender, Edmund, who shared stories of his daughter and told us about the local area, offering some ideas of sights to check out. Overall a good fellow.