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Posted by Mimi on 02/24/2013
The waitress doesn't speak English, got my order wrong Two times. Whoever wants or thinks of dinning here please go to another place. It's not worth it. The place that I would recommend for sushi and Chinese food it would be Chi Tong by 95th and kedzie in evergreen il.
Posted by Abajababa on 07/14/2012
Great atmosphere and service. Their Vietnamese pho (rice noodle soup) slanted toward a Cambodian style, but was not bad. The sushi sampler was great as was the miso. Their pad Thai came out a bit too spicy for for the more sensitive palates in our family. Still, it was quite good. Over all, it was fine and to be recommended. We'll be back. It's all there, nicely presented, and pleasantly served. We ate early dinner there, and found it quite child friendly.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/05/2011
I live in the area, and delivery is *very* fast. Dining in is always enjoyable too. I appreciate being able to get Chinese Japanese and Thai in one go. Soup buns and Thai chicken wings, yay!
Posted by Before-a-concert-diner on 11/01/2010
We ordered a number of yummy sounding dishes but most were totally lacking in flavor. This is not a restaurant for people who care about tasty ethnic food, fusion or otherwise. And, worse yet, it was over-priced. Not again thank you! Redeeming feature: We had attentive and helpful wait-person, who was good enough to warn us not to order the food from his/her ethnic group, as various things (ingredients and flavors) were wrong with it.
Posted by reviewer on 03/11/2009
Scary to see reviewers on here think the food is good. It makes me wonder about the rest of the reviews on here. My issues are the food is BLAND. Someone forgot to add *flavor* and spice as an ingredient. This place begs the rule - Asian Fusion doesn't work. Chinese can't make decent Japanese. Vietnamese can't make decent Korean. The problem is they aren't sticking to what they know. The Tom Yum is one of the most bland Tom Yum's I've had in my life. And to top it all of the price is ridiculous! Overpriced and flavorless - that's Tamarind.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/22/2008
had 5 different kinds of sushi rolls (6each), summer rolls (a little big for chopsticks), and a great "citrus garden" soup that i recommend to anyone for a fresh soup. service was fantastic and personal. atmosphere was average and location was a little far from downtown/navy pier/hotel area. otherwise, everything was perfect! $40 for two with drinks and a table full of culture. recommend this place for vietnamese, thai, sushi, and indian. extensive menu, fair prices. few dishes over $15 and large portions. too.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/11/2008
We usually get delivery or carryout, so I can't really rate the atmosphere. The food has been consistently good, but a bit more costly than other good restaurants in the area and not really worth the extra money.