I had the pleasure of eating at this place this past Thursday evening. We had the "dang tsel" a slaw-like salad, steamed veggie dumplings, potatoes and spinach, fried rice and the hand-rolled pasta in a sort of stew with fragrant and flavorful broth. I can't compare this food to anything I've had before. OH! and the buttered salted tea and pasta dessert. This is food to think about while and after eating. It's subtle, but deep in flavor. I had planned to go once more but didn't get to it.
The scary thing is that we were the only customers when we went in and only a few more parties had arrived before we left. It would be more than a shame if they can't make a go of it. It's very easy to get to; even an outlander from Maine could find it! Just take the F train. It's really worth the trip. pat