Chinese takeout food is what it is; very quickly prepared food that’s relatively inexpensive. So, I am not giving four stars based on the high quality of the food, but rather in comparison to other Chinese takeout restaurants. Let me list some of the pros and cons. The food was prepared very quickly, you can request brown rice instead of white rice at no extra charge, and they offer the free eggroll with a $15 purchase whether you use credit or cash. Those are the pros. However, we had to make a second trip back because when we requested the brown rice they accidentally gave us the white rice. On another order they substituted another vegetable that we both dislike for the baby corn that I love that was supposed to be in the dish. If you know how to make Thai food, or you enjoy good quality Thai, this is NOT the place to order Thai food. I regularly make Pad Thai from scratch, and we absolutely love it! However, when I was sick my husband decided to order takeout, and since he knows how much I love Pad Thai at home, he ordered it from the restaurant. I honestly can’t even believe they can get away with calling that Pad Thai. It tasted like a bunch of noodles drenched in sugary sweet sweet-and-sour sauce that is bright red colored that usually you dip sweet-and-sour chicken tenders in. It was so nasty, neither one of us enjoyed it and we ended up throwing out what we didn’t finish. We rarely order takeout food, but when we are sick or overly tired and we don’t have much in the house, that’s when we resort to eating take-out. Overall it’s not a bad Chinese takeout restaurant, but I would recommend making sure that you check all of the items you ordered when you go to pick it up to make sure that nothing got substituted or missed.