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Thomas Nash | Jun 18, 201903:56 PM     3

New ownership appears to have killed this place. It had been one of our favorites in the Bay Area. Today, bbq pork belly was tough and nothing like the traditional quality here, shrimp wontons had small amount of overcooked shrimp, poor wrapping, and a soup that tasted of fish flakes but not a decent stock, and ghastly XLBs with tough doughy wraps and tasteless filling. This is very sad. Service was better than it used to be, but the place was empty not packed at lunch as it used to be. Very very sad.

Poor ingredients. Menu cut by 60%. They now use some kind of tablet for the diner to order. It is confusing and even of the reduced list there, many are "coming soon" like all the rice rolls! Really sad.

Apparently Santa Clara location is also under ownership change.

Anyone know more about this?

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