Big upsides: a full menu online. They take credit over the phone and you get crispy snacks with every order. It's not high end by any means, but it's shockingly better than anything I've had lately by way of delivery and it makes the food from places like Ho Lee Chow look like the dog's breakfast. Actually, I think that's unfair to dogs, so scratch that.
I've had decent Hot & Sour soup, decent Won Ton soup (with pork, not chicken). The General Tao is okay, and I liked the Beef with Szechuan Garlic Sauce. It really depends on your tastes, but the online menu lists ingredients, so you should be able to work out what will work for you.
Downsides include the fact that delivery can sometimes take a full hour. But they deliver at a fair distance, which is nice. They're on lower Jarvis and when I lived in the Annex, they never gave me a hard time. Alas, now I live at Bathurst and St. Clair and they won't come that far north. (Curses!)
I like to order two mains, two small apps and a rice, which more than feeds me and my hollow-legged man. There are always leftovers. And both of us dine for less than $30.
I say go for it.
340 Jarvis Street
Toronto, ON M4Y 2G6
*Photo by Linnell Esler from Stock Xchng.