Finally got back there after a long time and the food seems to have improved greatly. No it is not even close to Chinatown standards but a nice change from Beijing House(Norwell) since you can also get a range of sushi and other Japanese dishes.
DH and 4 y.o son split an order of spider maki and spicy salmon rolls. Both loved them and my husband looked over the sushi bar when we were leaving and thought everything looked good/fresh.
We then all shared:
Peking ravioli: much improved since last visit. The skins were thinner and much less rubbery. Still a little chewy but tender. The pork filling was heavy on garlic and ginger which I really like.
scallion pancake: not the best I have ever had- a little to greasy but a nice strong scallion flavor.
pork chow foon: this was excellent. the noodles were tender and the pork pieces were large and well flavored.
Spicy shrimp w/ peanuts and vegetables: We ordered extra spicy but it came more medium so we asked for some additional chili oil which did the trick. The shrimp were large and perfectly cooked, assorted veggies were still a little crisp which is a plus since I find so many suburb Asian places over cook their veggies-yuck.
General consensus: They still dumb down some dishes (salt and pepper shrimp are shelled/butterflied and fried!) but for a quick weeknight meal and/or for take out I would definitely go again. It is a nice addition to the South Shore which is seriously lacking in Asian food. However I won't stop going to the Kam Am Market or into Chinatown whenever I get the chance.