I went there more than once in order to sample the various cuisines. Chopsticks, a fork, a table spoon and a knife are given depending upon what you order. One of the most popular items is their Grilled Pork Chop. They begin by cutting the chops really thin and marinading them. I have no idea what spices are used as I think it's "chef secret". I was able to find out that garlic is used and I'm not much on having garlic in my food. However, these were the absolute best pork chops I've ever come across. Aside from the seasoning, they were extremely tender and served with slices of raw onion and a piece of cucumber. That seems to be a pattern in the food. I think the cucumber is the "cool off" veggie for "spicy". Although a dipping sauce was included I didn't need it.
Duck is another favorite of mine. In this case it is Braised Boneless Duck. The meat is braised in a brown sauce and served with a circle of baby bok choy. The slight bitterness of the bok choy works well with the duck that has a slightly sweet taste.
The menu reads, "Live Lobster". It doesn't mean that you get one flopping around on your plate. I am told that there is a tank downstairs rather than using an already cooked and frozen lobster. There are choices of how you want it cooked. I requested ginger and scallions. The lobster dish is presented with the head and end of tail with the lobster cut up in its shell.
I had wondered what the difference was between having lobster Cantonese style vs ginger and scallions. I believe that "lobster sauce" is this composition which is chopped pork, peas, eggs, and garlic in a white sauce that is thickened with corn starch. I would suggest saving the sauce for a "to go" box and using it over white rice as a second meal.
Vietnamese Prawns in Orange Sauce captured my eyes and taste buds. This menu item is not sweet is made with red and green bell peppers, pineapple and resting on fresh tomato slices. Surprise. No cucumber.
Ordering the noodle soup with grilled pork chops will have you indulging in a chicken broth with slices of white onions. Same accompaniment.
For a completely different soup choice, try the sea food soup. It's kind of like having egg drop soup with various cut up seafood other than "fish" such as shrimp and squid.
There are condiments on the table for those who want to add "hot", salty, etc. I passed on all.
Liquid refreshments are far from your average can of soda. This second time I was here I went for a cold Oreo Cappuccino. I don't even need to explain.