Serving the community since 1987.

My family and I immigrated as refugees to the United States in 1980 after fleeing the Khmer Rouge. My wife and I didnít have more than the clothes on our back, but we were determined. We had a dream, a gift and a talent that we wanted to share. We learned as much English as we could, worked several jobs, and raised our three daughters.

After seven years of perseverance, our dream was finally possible. We were given the opportunity to share a piece of our culture, art, and 3 generations worth of recipes. We had saved up enough money to open our little restaurant. It was located on Maynard in between King St. and Jackson St. (current home of the Northwest Asian Weekly Newspaper). The two story restaurant over looked the Hing Hay Park. We served only seven different noodle bowls and could seat a maximum of 40 customers.

As time went on and business expanded, we moved into a new location that allowed us to serve up to 120 customers and expand the menu to include more than 60 authentic and delicious dishes. My daughters, Dawn and Darlene, run the front house operations while I manage the magic in the kitchen.

We built this family run restaurant from the ground up with a conscious for doing greater good in the community and pride for the food and culture. We are just thrilled that we can continue our legacy and share our passion for food with you.

Executive Chef/Owner Sam Ung      Sam Ung