I've been coming here for years and am very impressed by the recent renovation. I went there recently with some friends to have the Sapporo and Sake special they've been advertising and stayed for the XO house fried rice. It was fantastic.
Citysearch Editorial Review.
Triple threat? Or double trouble? This East Village spot does Chinese, Japanese and Thai out of the same kitchen, a ménage a trios that doesn't live up to the fantasy. Still, it's no hole-in-the-wall: the dim downstairs is finished in distressed steel and has a full bar and plenty of snug two-tops, while the large upstairs can hold private parties of 45 or more. Service is sluggish, prices are neither cheap nor outrageously expensive, and in the end the one threesome this joint manages to pull off is triple AAA: average Americanized Asian food.