My family and I were lucky to be the first ones seated on our visit and was told that we could explore the building. The building and its decor is ultra modern with what looked like reclaimed wood everywhere and white/red features. There is a range from tall tables, regular tables, very modern short tables, and circular booths. The restaurant was separated into different sections. There was an upstairs and downstairs bar for people casually coming in for drinks and appatizers. A sushi bar for people to explore their taste buds and a large dining room with more of a family setting. Each floor also had an outdoor patios with lounge chairs.
The food here was unbelievably good. The serving sizes were perfect. We definitely did not leave hungry. The two dishes featured above are the Lo Mein Noodle and Pad Thai both with chicken. They were both very flavorful and filling. Another dish that we ordered was the Orange Chicken which was equally as delicious as the other dishes. Our only suggestion when you order a meat dish is order a side rice($2) since the plates come with a steamed leafy vegtable side that picky veggie eaters will definitely not enjoy, although it was very good for veggie lovers.
The pricing here I thought was reasonable for the amount of food that I received and the great service. I would definitely suggest this restaurant for anyone who finds themselves needing a new place for a date night or for families as their last meal heading to the airport. It was definitely a place I will be visiting again!
For the Hidden Mickey lovers you can find many Mickeys and other beloved characters throughout the decor and paintings on both the inside and outside of the building. This is one of the 5 I was able to spot.