horrible service, horrible food!.
This place is a joke! Doesn't taste like asian "FUSION" at all, the waiters/waitresses attend horrible services, I went there twice.... both BAD experiences! First time because I wanted to try a new place... second because I thought their "happyhour" would be a great deal with a bunch of friends.... but both times I received bad service, food took FOREVER!!! and their drinks (alcohol bevs) tastes so gross! OKAY! I highly DO NOT recommend this place!
Good Service, Below Average Food and Drink.
Just went there this past weekend. The food was below average and the drinks weren't good. The bartender that night skimpped on the alcohol. The atmosphere was nice though and the waiter that served us did a great job. Overall I do not recommend though, there are plenty of other Asian fusion restaurants out there.
Is this a joke?.
Why are the reviews raving about Ling & Louie's? Do Ling & Louie's employees write these reviews? They claim to be Asian fusion cuisine, but it can't get any of the Asian flavors right. I came here on two occassions (the second time because I wanted to give them the benefit of the doubt), but was severely disappointed both times. Don't waste your money on a dish you can get at a $1 Hong Kong Express joint. Or, if you want more for your money, go to P.F. Chang's--it's also at the Spectrum.
Excellent food at reasonable prices..
If you like interresting asian style food this is a great place to try. The Tempura Ahi Tuna with Asparagus rolls were a great shareable starter. The chicken and pork dishes we had were both well presented and coocked just right. We had a great meal sitting next to the open air fire place. Very enjoyable.
Feast on a variety of Asian-fusion specialties, or sample bargain-priced appetizers at popular happy hour.. In Short This Asian bar and grill's innovative menu offers the flavors of Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Hawaiian cuisine. Enjoy favorites like pad thai and orange peel chicken, or try more adventurous dishes like spicy evil jungle princess shrimp or flaming Hong Kong steak. Desserts include chocolate volcano cake. Whether you're seated in a plush booth or at one of the tables, you'll find it hard to take your eyes off the centerpiece 40-foot waterfall.
everyone will like ....
We love Thaifoons and most times when we have out of town guests we suggest it, and never had we have someone not like it there. The sauces they use are wonderful. Everything is so flavorful. Summer times they have $1 - 3 appetizers out in the patio, get one of each when you go with a big group with some drinks and you won't forget this place. Recommend evil jungle prince which is my personal favorite.
Nice decor and interiors. I was attracted to this restaurant for these factor but quite disappointed with its food and its disserviced representation of other Asian cuisines. The value and taste are not