I love the idea of this place. Unfortunately, though, if you are a person who cannot or should not eat highly sugary foods, you will need to assert yourself and grill your server about ingredients in any dish you consider ordering. What a pain!
Had I had *any* indication that the "special sauce" for the Clay Pot Sensation was basically almost pure sugar, I never would have ordered that dish. In the menu's photo of the dish, it looked like just a brown sauce, a savory sauce. But shucks. That's not at all what the sauce was like. It was not safe to eat the dish for me. My body does not deal with sugar. So I pushed the unfinished entree across the table to my dining companion (who was also kind-hearted enough to share his Lucky Lemongrass dish with me so I didn't starve). If only the menu had said something such as, "teriyaki-style sauce" I would have known to steer clear of the Clay Pot Sensation. Diabetics be warned!
The Giant Drumsticks appetizer was d e l i c i o u s !!!!! I highly recommend it.
Our poor server was the only one working and had to take care of the whole dining room. We saw him twice, I think--when he took our order and when he brought it. Our water glasses sat empty pretty much throughout the final 3/4ths of our meal (after we drank the water we were initially provided).
The food at this place is well prepared. I like the inventive ingredients. The food tastes good. But communication/descriptions matter. This was a case of a critical failure in the menu.
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