I didn't have any vegetable chow mein, but it looked normal enough.
The vegetable spring rolls had a tinge of curry in them. Mediocre.
The chicken with chilli [sic] sauce was meh.
The sliced fish with peanuts in pepper sauce was marginally better than the chicken.
My destination for dinner -- Tranquility Base -- was nothing like lunch.
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Berries and cream. My friend's choice. Looked nice.
Tranquility Base is a great place to go for happy hour. Everything is only $4 between 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Once you get past that time, however, the food doesn't really warrant the prices being charged, so I recommend hitting this place for just happy hour, or else you and your wallet may be a bit surprised.
I had such a great time nonetheless. As my friend and I walked down the street, she summarized the night perfectly -- it was like our very own meeting of the Five Families of the Scranton Business Park.
Except there were seven of us. Downtown.