My family love going for the lunch here. The lunch specials are great and their iced Thai tea is delicious. Try getting the half and half on the side so you can pour as much or as little as you want into the tea. The decor is nice, and I bet the ambiance is even better in the evening for dinner. The servers are kind and wonderful. They deserve to be tipped very well, not based on the low menu prices. Try it and you probably won't be going to Thai Dishes anymore.
I checked around at several different Tae Kwon Do schools before I signed up with Master Lam at Global Taekwondo. Other schools tried to coerce me into signing one year contracts even when I said I needed to think about it and discuss the rates with my husband. Master Lam invited me to watch the class and take a class before I considered joining. I told him I wanted to do month-to-month, and he was okay with that. I've been going for almost a year and a half, and I've learned a great deal of skills, techniques, and forms, but mostly, I've gained more discipline and respect for others and myself. I've transformed my body back to my teenage years, (after having two children), gaining a lot of confidence and self-esteem. I recommend martial arts to everyone for the physical, mental and spiritual aspects, but I highly recommend Master Lam for the interest and passion he instills in you.
My family love going for sushi here, especially since there's a wonderful list of sushi at half price all day, every day. However, the hostess/server isn't too pleasant. She wouldn't let my husband drink his cup of coffee, which they offer upon entering, in the restaurant. If he wanted their courtesy cup of coffee, he had to drink it outside in the cold and wind. And, the food may be served to your table at the wrong temperatures - like, lukewarm miso soup, or room temperature sushi, and the cooked fish may be served overcooked. We went there two weeks ago and I spent half of the next day in the bathroom from food poisoning. The yellowtail I ate tasted a little fishier than usual, and was served at room temperature. I should've gone with my instincts and had it sent back, but I didn't. Everything there "jams," in my husband's opinion, but be wary of the yellowtail, the unfriendly hostess/server, and the overcooked green mussels.
My husband had a cleaning and was told to come back to have 3 cavities filled. After his treatment, he was told he had 5 cavities filled, ending up with additional unexpected costs. And myself, I had a perfectly fine veneer that I wanted replaced because the color was a different shade than my other teeth. He suggested I have a cap put on. The first cap he tried to put on bulged out and was a different shape from my other teeth. The second cap, after making sarcastic and condescending remarks to me because I was late for my appointment, was also bulging (and whiter than any tooth in my mouth), now had a gap creating a black space where there was none before. After crying to his assistant to take it out and put the temporary back in, the doctor told the receptionist "Absolutely not," that I had to keep this embarrassing cap in my mouth for several weeks before he saw me again. I did end up getting an appointment to fix the problem sooner than later.BEWARE.