In nice weather the sidewalk doors/windows open up high, so you can be out of the sun but with a nice breeze.
Tasty unhealthy food: burgers, fried onions, wings, etc. - all quite tasty.
I went at 5pm on a Satuday. There was a 30min wait to sit, but I was happy to take-out, so it was really quick.
I had the Pibil torta and a cup of the "authentic" hot chocolate. The sandwich was really tasty - a little spicy, very flavorful. And the chocolate was awesome.
But $12 for a sandwich *is* a bit much (some are only $8). A good occasional treat.
Minimalist space goes for urban feel but doesn't really have enough style to pull it off.
Food is good, and good-looking (esp the sushi). The ceviche is awesome, as is the seared ahi tuna entree.
Individual dishes seem priced ok, but seem to add up.
But still better than the strip-mall alternatives.
Everything we had was quite tasty, including the rigatoni with sausage and the house-brand beer. Recommended.
The pizza is good, the burgers are good. They have a kids menu. The salads are good. Pretty much everything we've ordered is good.
Wider menu than lots of other Japanese places. (They even have a Japanese-only menu with secret items.) All pretty good.
I'm personally not a dim-sum fan, but my wife is. So we went. As dim-sum goes, it was fine, she was happy. And there aren't alternatives. So, if you like dim-sum, this is your place.
We had the 5-course tasting. Lots of things were delicious, but I can't remember what any of it was. (Ok, the entree was lamb, and I can visualize it, but can't remember what it tasted like.) And I felt rather hungry when I left.
The other half of our party was late and we were early. They sat us anyway (when we asked), and we managed to order a drink, but nobody offered us a bread plate or anything...
We had some sweet stuff like the red-velvet pancakes, and also the (chicken?) sausage and breakfast burrito. All delicious.
The ceviche Trio is awesome.
The duck-breast entree also fabulous.
The dessert was really bad. Way too sweet and sticky/gooey at the end of a not-lite meal.
And the service pissed me off. We arrived early for an already-early reservation, and there were empty tables, but they made us wait until the reservation time.