I really loved this place because the food was good, the portions were reasonable, and the service was friendly.
My friend and I started with the fried taro balls, which were crispy and flaky on the outside but soft on the inside. I actually thought the inside was a little undercooked and mushy but my friend says they're always like that.
For dinner, we split a few dishes, including crispy fried eggplant (which was amazing, especially considering I don't like eggplant), crispy fried faux beef w/ broccoli (which was so-so; a little too crispy and dry for me), and the Kung Pao tofu w/ bell peppers (my favorite - very flavorful w/ good textures).
I loved that the menu included pictures of most of the dishes and the staff was knowledgeable and could answer questions about what's all in what dish and to make recommendations.