We ordered one Sichuan Pork Noodles ($6) and one lunch set ($16) that comes with Braided Pork Noodles + Original Dumplings (4pcs) and Longan Osmanthus Pu-er drink for 2pax.

Portion was alright, just nice for us.

Taste wise, the dumplings were good, ingredients were fresh and tasted well without the vinegar and ginger.

The noodles were good too, but they don't live up to their names. Was expecting the Sichuan Pork Noodles to be spicy, but didn't get any of the kick. The Braised Pork Noodles was more like pulled pork than the lu-rou kind of braised pork. But in any case, they're still both very tasty.

The drink was good too, refreshing and had good amount of longan and osmanthus-like jelly in it. But I wouldn't pay the ala carte price of $6 for it.

The lunch set price of $16 is only worth it because of the price of the drink. Otherwise just the noodles (mostly around $6) and dumplings (mostly around $8 for 5pcs) might be more worthwhile. Can get coffee/tea elsewhere, but that's just a personal opinion.

Overall good experience and would definitely be back again for the tasty food (and not the drink!)