Surprisingly sleek and minimalist, this generally Asian (but mostly Mandarin) corner stop channels a Shanghai bistro, but with a Boardwalk view. The menu here is straightforward; the delivery, fast; the fare, simple. There's not a bad seat in the house: The communal table is fun, but so are the red-covered chairs and the character-printed fabric booths that face the ocean. Go for basics, like wonton soup (pork-filled pasta floating alongside delicate baby shrimp in a savory broth), a sublimely hearty hot-and-sour soup threaded with egg and tofu, or steamed dumplings in a bamboo basket. General Tso's chicken balances fried and sauced white-meat bits with bright green broccoli. Vietnamese filet arrives in tender cubes made sweet with onions. The best-kept secret: an elegant one-table private dining room with an ocean view.