Bearing the last name of its owner and chef, this eatery quickly became a favorite with locals and travelers alike after opening its doors in 2007. The décor features a rather upscale, yet casual, appeal with its cherry wood tones, stone accents, track lighting and authentic artwork and china that adorn the walls. Menu favorites include lo mein, chop suey, egg foo yong and kung pao chicken. The lunch menu is casual, while the dinner one is what helped build the restaurant's solid reputation. One can indulge in dim sum and vegan delicacies as well. The menus are extensive with many options, including healthy ones for those watching their figure. The staff is knowledgeable and service usually is swift.