This Chinese restaurant has ceilings high enough for Alex Honnold to free-solo and a bizarre video wall, which makes it look like the restaurant is constantly changing shape. But unfortunately, that’s about as interesting as this place gets. The food - which includes pretty bland dumpling platters, calamari in a chili oil that needs to be way spicier, and more rice and noodle dishes - is not flavorful enough to distract you from the shape-shifting wall that’s towering over your table.
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