A super friendly staff keeps this Polynesian-looking, but Asian-food serving, lounge-restaurant bright and bouncy, and the long menu has something for everyone. We’re particularly fond of the Szechuan hot and sour soup and the fried dumplings as starters; either sushi or blackened shrimp, make nice entrees, as does the oddly named “Seafood Convention Chinese Style” (lobster, shrimp, scallops, and vegetables).