I bring my cars here all the time for oil changes and most other things that break down. They're probably not the cheapest, but they do a good job and explain things well to you. I never feel like they're trying to rip me off.
Our company orders lunches from China China about once a month. I think their food is okay, but most of my co-workers (who are not Chinese) love their food. The most popular dish is walnut shrimp. I also like their broccoli beef. But their egg roll is not that great.
We recently found out about Layang Layang and has already become a frequent customer. They have an extensive menu with food from Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Thai, and China. We loved their Roti pankcake and their noddle dishes. The price is reasonable. Just make sure you get there before 11:30am for lunch and 6:00pm for dinner. They get very crowded on the weekends.
Top Cafe is a Hong Kong Style western food place. They have the traditional chow mein and rich dishes, as well as baked rice, steak, and sandwiches type of food. I really like their baked pork chop rice. They also have very good Hong Kong sytle hot milk tea. All the dishes are very reasonably prices.
Siam has a very good lunch combo selections, and their dinner dishes are great, too. I love their yellow curry chicken and the Tom Yung Kung soup. The Pa Tai is so so. Their mango sticky rice dessert is the best.