Really good sushi and Chinese food. I love the spicey lamb stew. And the cucumbers and hot peppers. They also give you a hot towel, which I get a kick out of.
Appetizers were good but our food was so so. Service was so slow. Went on a Sunday night and dinner took over 2 hrs
Elegant spot that I didn't expect to find in Media. Enjoyed the Japanese beer and the atmosphere for sure. If you are in this area and looking for a surprisingly nice dining experience, this should certainly be at the top of the consideration list.
food/service was good..not crazy about the menu.
So here's my take on the food. I ordered the General Tso's lunch special. Americanized Chinese food I know, but that's what I was in the mood for. As a starter, I choose the Wonton Soup. It was surprisingly good and is the more traditional thin skinned Wonton's, and not the americanized thick skin ones. The main drawback is there are only two Wonton's. I've been to many places and I've never received less than three before so this was a surprised. Moving onto the entree, the rice was on the dry side. If you en joy American rice, the drier Jasmine rice here may be to your liking, but I'm more a fan of the traditional style so this was a negative to me. As for the chicken, it was a bit tough, as was the outside. It had a texture and feel as though it had been in the freezer too long. They also dumped the sauce on top so after finishing the chicken, you had a soup bowl's worth of sauce. The breading was inconsistent as well. Overall, I'd give it two stars out of five. Not great, but not the worst either. Given the price of the lunch special, I expected more, as there are other Chinese take out locations close by that serve equivalent quality food for half the price.