The size of the restaurant is deceptive because of its small frontage, but the dining room extends back to a small bar and the kitchen. The room was largely empty on the Monday night of our visit and the room itself was bordering on cold. We were soon welcomed by our waiter and presented with glasses of ice water and menus. Vegetarian steamed dumplings were ordered as a starter and entrees of sauteed eggplant with shrimp and kai soi with chicken. The latter is not included in the restaurant's online menu so I was happy to discover it under the noodles section of the printed version. After a reasonable wait, we received both entrees and our appetizer which was cold, but otherwise excellent. We asked for extra plates in order to share our entrees and the waiter thoughtfully brought both plates and small bowls for the kai soi. Both entrees were well executed using high quality ingredients so I suspect we will be returning in the not too distant future.