I love funky hole-in-the-wall authentic restaurants, and this is a gem. The decor has seen better days. The waitress doesn't speak much English, so you have to point to what you want, but everything is homemade -- and delicious. We had the homemade gyoza. It was so good that when I took home the leftovers I got up in the middle of the night and polished them off. We also had orange chicken and mixed vegetables. Granted, this was our first time here, but we will definitely be back to see if all the food is as good as our first time. One caveat? The beer isn't very cold, but that can be forgiven, right?