The image to your left is the actual facade of the restaurant itself. I am perplexed that a restaurant located inside Westgate could look so.... uninviting.
Looking at the posters by the glass windows, it is from there I discovered this is another Chinese/Asian restaurant that I'm going to.
They could have added more pictures and descriptions so they can justify the price.
Our table is near an air-conditioning unit that is spitting some small bits of moist dust, typical of uncleaned units.
Fortunately, the dusts stopped before I could complain.
I never judged it too quickly, maybe, it had some expensive seafood in it.
Yet, to my disbelief, it was a simple soup with few bits of shrimp that can be outdone by similar restaurants with a larger serving at the same prize. It is not even right, because it is thick and creamy.
If not for the price and the fish crackers underneath to make it look plenty, I consider this good and interesting.
Again, it is too plain where whoever cooks in your house can produce this dish. It is is like fried chicken that is more salty and has probably soy sauce in it.
In summary, as you may have guessed already, the restaurant, to me, seems like it doesn't love the business of food. Everything is pricey matched with plain presentation and taste of what they serve and this is a deadly combination. This is not worth your time and money and served better by Northpark with free service tea.