Stop in this smart, modern restaurant and enjoy rice pots, pad thai and spicy pineapple fried rice. The menu also offers some vegetarian and gluten-free dishes. This is not a button-down, corporate-type restaurant but rather, an informal, immigrant-operated type of establishment. Guests may see the staff eating a late lunch in the dining room. Note the little religious shrine tucked away in one corner of the dining room. Keep in mind that most of the waitstaff do not speak extensive English. Other specialties include roast duck and noodle dishes. The wine list is more imaginative than what you would typically expect at a Chinese restaurant. The restaurant has contemporary décor with an Asian flair—a mirror lined with a border of black river rocks, bare concrete floor and bamboo wall paper.