Yes, there is almond boneless chicken, moo shu, and General Tso's chicken. But it's far better to explore the menu's reach with such dishes as Singapore noodles, combining chicken, shrimp, chiles, and curry with Chinese angel-hair pasta; fiery Mongolian beef; or seared sea scallops with corn chile sauce and a side of fried taro. The décor matches the menu's creative bent with high, peaked ceilings, a forest of palms and a rich color scheme. The patio opens up and the dining room transforms into a dance floor for weekly events — this place knows how to party and treat its guests. L Mon.-Fri., D daily.