She said there was a Chinese place near Target that she and Elizabeth's dad liked and we could go there for lunch. (It is named Asian Too - I have no idea why). I'm always up for Chinese food but I still looked up reviews on two different sites. They were not good. Hmm, I thought to myself. A poorly-reviewed Chinese restaurant on the Florida coast? This does not sound promising.
It turns out the place calls itself a "Pan-Asian eatery" and offers dishes that come from all over Asia, not just Chinese food. So there was sushi, banh mi, and tempura as well.
The plate came out very hot, and I certainly enjoyed it. But, as often happens in these circumstances, the sauce was disappointing: it was all sweet with no heat. I have claimed in the past that 95% of Americanized Chinese restaurants that promise "sweet and sour" sauces deliver only on the sweet part. This was no exception. But the white meat chicken was tasty and the vegetables were all crisp and fresh, and I cleaned the plate.
Some of the other items I saw going by - especially the sushi - did not look very appetizing, so I can see how a meal here could be pretty bad. But I think we all chose well. It wasn't a great meal, but it was certainly good, and I would have no problem going back.