Is one of the most personalable, knowledgable, and caring doctors I have ever had as my primary physician.
Small place 10 - 12 tables at most. Liting is somewhat dim. Food selection is varied, but if one is going expecting the standard hot pot dining experience where one selects what one wants from a 'buffet' style table you will be disappointed. Portions are small, but flavour of food is good as one mixes the sauce to ones omn taste.
Very disappointing, have tried the Prolific Oven in Palo Alto (Carrot Cake), expected the same quality, but it missed the mark. Cake was not moist, but dry like it had been refrigerated too long before having frosting put on it. Place is set up more as a Bistro offering salads, sandwiches, wine, and coffee. I only tried the Carrot Cake, coffee was not bad, strong, rich. More along the line on finds at Peet's or Starbucks, then Dennys.
Totally disappointing experience. Food tastes lackluster. I had a chees enchilada, it had about as much taste as a frozen TV enchilada. Service is unattentive, wait staff appeared more intrested in talking to each other than serving customers.
Light is dim, parking is cramp as it is in a strip mall and you compete with other businesses for parking stalls. There is a large field adjacent, which is OK in the dry season. But a quagmire in the rainy season.
Food selection is varied, but if one is going expecting the standard hot pot dining experience where one selects what one wants from a 'buffet' style table you will be disappointed. The taste of the food was not what I expected because the restaurant had added some spices into the broth one cooks the food in.
I was not impressed with the quality of the food or service. The place needs a needed a good cleaning.
The food is tasty, but not what one would expect from your typical Chinese buffet. There were a fair amount of Chinese patrons dining at this buffet It serves dishes more toward the Asian palate than the Western palate.
This is the quintessential Biker Bar. I would not recommend going in and ordering a martini. Beer and Jack are common here.
How Chow Restaurant is Chinese food designed for the Western palate. Service is good, price are average.
The Huddle is what one expects of a local dive bar. You might feel like you are time traveling becasue it seems like you walk into the 80's when you go in. The bar staff friendly, and watching the clientell is somewhat hilarious.