Golden Phoenix is a clean and well maintained restaurant with ample parking, just off the 215 at Losee and Centennial.
Their prices are very reasonable and the portions are large.
I love their specials, lunch comes with fried rice, lo mein, soup, and an egg roll plus your entree for $4.50-$6.45 depending on what entree you choose. For a larger portion you can get soup, egg roll, crab rangoon, and BBQ pork fried rice plus your entree for $8-9. Or you can do a family order which is $23-$25, includes soup, egg rolls,, crab rangoon, fried shrimp, BBQ Pork fried rice and two entrees. They say this feeds 2 but it can easily feed 4!
The family that works here are friendly.
My only complaint is that I don't like how they cook their beef.
Definitely worth a visit if you are in this neck of the woods.
Dr Mayes is a wonderful, caring, and thorough doctor with a warm bedside manner. She is patient and takes her time with you. I highly recommend her.
Unfortunately her office staff is horrrible to say the least. They harass you to make appointments which has already been scheduled. They try to charge you for missed appointments that were already cancelled (per the doctor's schedule!). They incorrectly charge you and forget to mail the bills, then get mad at you for having an a delinquent account (when you don't owe anything). This is a surly and unorganized bunch of people with horrible attitudes.
To top it off, parking at this location is next to impossible.
If only Dr Mayes moved somewhere else and found a new staff.
I used to love to come here for my pedicures and waxing.
Unfortunately in my two recent visits they have made mistakes that have hurt me and I can no longer recommend them.
The salon is clean and comfortable but it is no longer worth the wait or price.
Go up the road to Luxury Nails.
Of all the nail salons I have tried in the Northern part of Vegas this is the best.
Cons: It is a bit off the beaten path.
Otherwise it is great.
The salon is clean, well kept with a nice decor.
The ladies that work here are friendly and take their time.
They really care about the job they do and the it shows in the quality of their work.
I definitely recommend this salon.
I love the pedicures here, when there aren't crickets in the spas. The ladies take their time, even when their is a line.
I've had simple manicures dones, which I haven't been very happy with. However, the tips I've seen done here are very good, thin and realistic looking. The only complaint I've heard is that sometimes they are too thin. But I don't do tips myself so I don't have first hand knowledge.
Their prices are reasonable, especially M-Th when they have their daily special.
Order the chicken makhni and the saag paneer. Oh and all of their breads are amazing.
This restaurant does a great lunch buffet and has some of the best Indian in DC.
The only reason I didn't give them 5 stars is because there is little to no parking here and the service isn't nearly as friendly as their location in Virginia.
The naan here is amazing, it is soft and freshly baked even during the lunch buffet.
The restaurant is clean, even the bathrooms, which is wonderful considering how busy it is.
The food off the a la carte menu is okay though the portions are a bit small. The buffet is little and pretty good, though not of very good quality.
I think my biggest complaint is that this restaurant isn't consistent.
I was brought here by an Indian who said he heard this was the best Indian restaurant in town.
Unfortunately, it didn't live up to its reputation.
First off the location is horrible, it is located in the nearly deserted food court in front of Polo Towers. Parking is far away and it isn't surprising that so few people frequent this restaurant.
The prices are a little higher than area Indian Buffets.
Because so few people come to this buffet, the food sits in the steam trays congealing... not very appealing.
The food itself tastes good, not great. Pretty average on the whole.
Lastly the service is ... surly at best.
The pros are that the restaurant is large, clean and beautifully decorated.
If you are already on the Strip, then come here. Otherwise visit one of the other area Indian resturants.
This place isn't that good. It isn't bad but it definitely isn't worth 4 or 5 stars.
The prices for a Teriyaki bowl are expensive. Especially because there is very little meat in them.
The beef is dry and overcooked.
The sauce is good though and the chicken juicy though tough.
The egg rolls are odd. I've ordered them twice and they are super hot on the outside and not cooked on the inside.
All in all I wouldn't come back unless someone else really wanted to. There is much better Teriyaki in town.
You walk in and see a display of the cutest little cupcakes. The colors are eye catching and it definitely smells like a bakery.
As you wait for them to pack your order you see the child size chairs and table and think, "How precious is this?"
I had my first problem with the price. A $3 cup cake?
My second was with the taste. They were okay, some even good but worth $3? Not really.