Citysearch Editorial Review.
Big portions, decent prices and late-night hours is the winning combination that keeps this OC joint crowded on most nights. Some people come to eat full meals (noodle dishes, soups, Asian-inspired entrees), but many come solely to share an enormous serving of shaved ice or to chat over tea and boba. Especially at night, when few other cafes or bars are open in the neighborhood, young people flock here in droves. The service, which is generally pretty good, can also become a little hit or miss during busy late-night hours. Menu highlights are the shaved ice and the brick toast--provided you've got a serious sweet tooth.