Worst dining experience ever. The owner was rude and obnoxious. Will never go back.
Amazing food but slightly slow service
DO NOT SUPPORT THIS BUSINESS! EVERYTHING ABOUT IT IS AWFUL & EVEN IF YOU CAN GET PAST THE FOOD & SERVICE, YOU DON'T WANT TO SUPPORT THIS BUSINESS OWNER! RUDE IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT!
Best Asian Fusion in Metro Detroit. My favorite dish is the Madagascar Filet Mignon although I very often opt for the Chilean Sea Bass with the Thai green curry sauce. My husband says the lamb chops are the best in the Metro Detroit area. Better than the Lark. The sauces are what sets them above most other high end restaurants. The service is always excellent and the owner always greets us personally. My only complaint would be, the bread could be better. We've been going there about once a month for years.
After reading some of the reviews i was a little sceptical
but it was very good in every way.The service was excellent.the food was very good and the prices were fair.We had a party of four and ordered a variety of food,steaks ,veal chop,deep fried duck,sizzling rice soup(very unique style)etc.I will return again.
This could be the worst chinse food ..I have ever.
So Let's start with ..
LACK OF SERVICE.. second to add insutl to injury the FOOD was horrible..
I don't know if I even want to write any more to be honest. It reminded me of a magic show .. The place is gaudy and so I guess that is to distract you from everything else.. Just maddening.. Seriously.. try eating at home ..I think that frozen chinese food with the Panda bear woulf of been better..
Save yourself the money and the wasted time..
Eat at Krogers.. !!
Horrible overall experience!. The owner is loud abnd obnoxious. Decor is over the top. Where is the fusion of cuisine? Seemed like an hoighty-toighty Chinese restaraunt. I would rather eat at PF Changs or Pei-Wei than this place. Hard to find, hard to get to. The strip mall where it is located is deserted except for this place and a grocery store. Soon to be only the grocery store.
Locals give thumbs up.
Our family and friends love this place! We always have top-notch service whenever we go. The waiter/waitress always keeps our glasses full.
Although the rolls are nice, I miss their sliced bread - it was always warm and delicious.
One of my favorite dishes is the teriyaki chicken served with mashed potatoes. The hot & sour soup is probably the best around.
It is more expensive than take-out so we can't go as often as we like, but we always enjoy it when we do. The interior is suprisingly elegant for what you would expect considering its in a strip mall.
Crispy Duck--Wow!. Try the crispy duck--sweet and smoky and delicious! The wasabi dressing on the house salad is usual and zippy, a happy change of pace. Always two duck items on the menu and occasionally a third. Have been here a number of times and have not had a less than excellent meal. The ambiance is somewhat austere, but for the money the food is superior.
Fusion fun to be found - good wine, good food.
The food is wonderful and the reason locals come back. Try the scallop appetizer or the Tilapia dinner and you won't be disappointed. The duck dishes are also wonderful - you don't usually get more than one to choose from. For your salad, try the creamy wasabi dressing for a spicy change of pace.
The wine choices are great and allow you to try some new options.
While there are Chinese items on the menu, this isn't the main focus. I do not accept that this is mainly a Chinese restaurant even though the shrimp dumpling appetizers are worth ordering. The fish specials can include Hawaiian fish - not easy to find in Detroit.
It can be noisy when crowded.
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