The general sauna is very nice. A bit pricey though. $25.
Hot tub, cold tub, showers, dry sauna, steam salt sauna, cold room, yellow soil charcoal room, salt room, germanium room, cedar oxygen room, patio, lounge, cafeteria.
Everything was nice. The front desk was nice enough. Only thing is, there are people capable of speaking English and others that can't. The ones that can't tend to sound a little meaner because they get irritated in speaking English.
My favorite subs in the whole world.
I grew off these puppy dogs.
I am a huge turkey and meatball fan, but I prefer cold sandwiches, aka turkey. ^^
I love the salad also.
The veggie sandwich is whatever, but why in gods name would people eat meatless sandwiches? Who knows..
The spaghetti is a bit bland, but oddly comforting.
It's almost the same price as most sandwich shops, but I can't get enough.
I don't know what it is, but it's like crack ( figuratively)
It has the best mozzarella sticks and specialty pizzas.
Sandwiches are pretty plain though.
I miss you, georgee.
This place is awesome.
In terms of service, I did not go in expecting cheesecake factory-style service because most Asian restaurants, especially old school ones, have a tendency to be more about the food than the service, which I am fine with. Also you don't have a personal waiter, so on rare occasion, you have to wave someone down.
My favorites are:
The french beef cubes
Medium rare beef with lemons and mint
Fried spring rolls
Curry chicken (w/rice or bread)
And.. Vermicelli with barbeque beef
My favorite drinks:
Lychee ice (great for a sweet tooth)
And.. Salt lemon soda (for the brave, and trust me it starts off really sort of gross, but it really gets better and better)
You can order to-go, but my recommendation, don't buy pho to-go, it never tastes as good. But everything else tastes awesome to-go.
I live sort of far away, but whenever I get the chance, this is my restaurant of choice.
Though be warned: it is more than fairly priced, but for cheapskates, it's not the place. You should just go to Jack in the crack.