This well-decor restaurant which serve teo-chew style cuisine has a group of very well-trained staffs. They respond to you very soon which do not happen to most big restaurant like them. Their foods are tasty but with small portion serving, might need to order more to fill up hungry tummy. Pricings are between average to slightly above average, but for the good quality of service they are giving it is well worth dinning in this restaurant. They serve lunch special during normal business day.
Kee Wah is a well-known brand in Hong Kong that is why it is known to most Cantonese in bayarea too. The shop has quite a good and neat decor, everything is displayed nicely and the bakery items are quite good too. But the pricings are between average to above average. Their moon cake which sold during the moon cake festival is expensive. They not only sell regular bakery but also bakery gift set for special occasion, example celebration for new born.
I like this university only because they are located in a park-like campus and they have a big choices of classes to attend. Other than that, they have nothing good about it. Poor quality of staffs - Teaching quality, Counselor quality and the Administration Staff quality. I remembered the time when I need to get the admission done before the school starts, problem couldn't be solved because the different staffs sitting on the same counter will give you a different answer to a standard admission question. Counselor not helpful enough, you can't expect any helpful info from them. The professor / teacher in this school, most of them are part time and the quality are really bad, they know nothing much of the thing they teach, just read from the book. I am not saying the part timer teachers are not good, they do have some good one, in fact some full time are not good too.
They are the distributor for a particular brand of garage door, that is why they can give a lower quote compare to the other. I need a dark brown door, which the other contractor don't have in stock but this contractor have it in their warehouse and agree to install in the next 2 days after I confirmed with the order. The installation workers are fast and good, and they cleaned before they leave our garage. Highly recommeded if you don't mind taking another brand with a smallar price tag garage door.
Their foods are not very great but their korean food do come with alot of side dishes compare to other Korean restuarants. They do have some regular but it is not difficult to find a seat in the restaurant. I think they also serve sushi other than Korean food. Prices are reasonable and service is good. Parking in the quiet and small complex is not too difficult.
They are very well-known for their Eggroll and you will always see line outside the store. They also sell other food including dishes for lunch and dinner. You can find dim sum there too but I can only give them a 2-star for their dim sum. The restuarant is very small so it is better to order to go and their parking is limited too because they are sharing the parking lot with other businesses in a small complex. By the way, their tasty and warm eggroll cost 50 cents per piece.
The day I went they were having buffet, not sure about the other food they serve in the menu. The choices of the buffet wasn't much and the food are oily. They have free flow of soft drink, just order the waiter will bring it to the table. They do have quite alot of regular maybe it is because kid's eat free and you can save some money by bringing kids there. They have quite good service, don't mind paying more tip for that.
This new Room & Board branch is opened recently in San Francisco. The showroom is done up very nicely and most of their staffs are very friendly. The furnitures are well-designed but their prices are slight above average but it is still lower than places like Crate & Barrel. If you are looking for contempory and modern style furnitures, Room & Board is the right place to shop.
PROS: Nice and comfortable place to shop for furniture
CONS: Limited parking lot
They have many 99 Ranch Markets around bayarea and this is one of the earliest store they have opened. It is the smallest among the other stores. Prices are reasonable, but the store is always overcrowded during the weekends. The space between the cash registers and the item shelves are too close. This 99 Ranch location make shopping for grocery difficult. The parking lots are limited too.