Located in the heart of Brooklyn, this place has solid reviews. Strong representation of people that love the place with very little who hate it. Decent amount of people who aren't wowed by it but that is indicative of a place that is consistently good.
Universally praised for it's good food that stays true to it's Asian culture while having the ability to combine that with mainstream American taste. It is a difficult proposition to do this without placating to American taste more but this restaurant pulls it off very well.
As with any Asian place, the setting is hit or miss. This is a hit. They allow you to bring your own alcohol yet have strict setting standards. They have odd cultural things most Americans won't understand but go with it, you will have fun.
Service is tight and to the point. They are not there to flatter you, but service you. Cordial yet to the point, which is really the point of service, and they are adept at this. Some take this wrong, most who go there don't, and love it.