Think of this place as a Han Dynasty with vibes. The dining room isn’t huge, but there’s a big communal table and some booths that’ll fit small groups. And that’s really the best way to go here. Come with a group, and share a bunch of things. Get some buns, some veggies, and also at least one item that’s labeled as spicy. Your mouth will go numb, and you’ll enjoy it. Entrées range from around $13 to $25, but gratuity is included (and you’ll be sharing most things), so it’s more affordable than it sounds. Although before you head over, check to see if they have their liquor license yet.