Green House is a dimly-lit, long and narrow Chinese joint filled with vinyl booths. Not exactly downscale, but not really a place to take a date, either.
On the other hand, the food is above average and has some unusual options. I had the dried bamboo shoot with fried tofu (~$10) and the sha cha potato (~$10). The dried bamboo dish came wonderfully presented, with fried tofu pockets lining the edges of the plate, and the bamboo thrown in the middle. The bamboo had a fermented taste that mixed well with the black pepper-covered tofu pockets.
The sha cha potato, which is an unusual offering, consisted of skillet-fried potatoes with a spicy, savory sauce. I liked this dish but it's a better one to share with people, alongside other dishes. This dish could be pretty boring on its own, though.
I like that they have brown rice and the service was friendly. If you're looking for a tasty, unusual Chinese meal, Green House merits a visit.