If you have food allergies, you need to read my review:
Depending on who is cooking your food and taking your order GREATLY decides how tasty it will be. There are some people there who get a little lazy with the computer and you can tell. First off I have a severe mushroom allergy, and if you have any allergy you need to let them know. They are suppose to fix your food specially to not make you sick. I mean the order taker because they don't always note the allergy on your order and you need to mAKE SURE that on their screen on the wall, your order is red or yellow and says allergy aware on it. If it doesn't, they don't know about it. Oh and common sense but make them repeat your order.
Now if its a good day your food will come out tasting like a small bit of heaven. I always get the udon Japanese pan noodle. It's awesome... if cooked completely. Lately (past 3-4 months) I'm having issues getting my food cooked all the way through and the veggies to be soft. After sending my food back they still don't fix it but they gave me a coupon for free food that I gave my husband.
The decor is cute and good seating for the size. Chicken noodle soup is good (if the noodles are cooked enough) and all the asian style noodles are great. The mac n cheese is dry and crumbly from my experience and the meats are kinda hit and miss. The tofu is good but ask them not to over cook it or its like chewing rubber-bands. The cucumber tomato side salad IS HORRIBLE. Seriously, don't do it. If you do, ask for no seasoning salt just dressing. They put this like wannabe lawry's seasoning salt on it with ginger... it's bad. My husband says the Thai soup is good but I cannot eat it.
So if you don't have a food allergy, its a great place, if you do be extra careful and if its really severe you might want to skip this place.
They DID accidentally put mushrooms in my food and well... it wasn't good. It took me well over a year before I gave them another chance and other than under cooked noodles, no issues with allergies since.
Cons: allergy concerns, food not always consistent