This was the worst dining experience my date and I have ever had. We chose this restaurant because we had seen good reviews on the internet and read that Chef Trevino was a respected chef. If he is, I can't imagine he would want his name associated with this place. You arrive in a dingy hallway and ride an elevator up to the restaurant. It deposits you in a dark entrance area and the only reason you know you're in a restaurant is the annoyingly loud music. There were very few guests on this Thursday night which should have tipped us off, but we soldiered on. We ordered the pork dumplings to share as an appetizer. They arrived barely warmed through and rubbery with no flavor whatsoever. We did not finish them after our first taste. For an entree, I ordered the "Crispy" Crab Roll and my date ordered the short ribs. Our waiter returned to the table and said they were out of the short ribs so my date ordered the pork loin. My Crispy Crab Roll was terrible. It was not crispy at all. It was soggy with no flavor whatsoever. If there was crab in it, I couldn't find it. The soy dipping sauce was overwhelmingly salty and the wasabi looked old, like it wasn't very fresh. I took one taste of the Crispy Crab Roll and that was it for me. It was that bad. My date's pork loin was overcooked. He described it as dry and chewy. He said the only flavor in it came from the sauce which was overly sweet. We complained to the manager and she apologized and comped us on the appetizer. Fair enough, we just wanted to get out of there and save the rest of our evening somewhere else.