Had steamed dumplings and Szechuan beef for dinner and it was quite good. The ambience is a little lacking, but service was prompt and attentive. They have beer and wine, but I opted for a Vietnamese coffee. They have Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese on the menu...not sure which would be the specialty, but I would certainly be willing to try them all to find out.
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