My aunt who visits Orlando loves this place, and for good reason. Because of its popularity, there’s usually a line when ordering, but I managed to slip in before rush hour. The lighting was dim, and the open windows allowed for light to filter into the restaurant. Soft rock music played in the background.
Every time I took a bite of the Teriyaki Crunch Roll, for a moment, I almost feel like I’m eating some kind of salty caramel treat. The crab and tempura flakes were worth it.
The food was fresh. I could literally see the steam. I had chosen shrimp to go along with my sweet & sour dinner. The pictures don’t do justice to the blend of pineapple, snap peas, and peppers.
You can taste a faint sweetness of the chile sauce before it disappears and gives way to the taste of crabmeat. The wonton edges were some of the crispiest with a soft center.
Overall, it’s affordable for one person and can be a good offer for lunch and dinner.