I've been to Chef's Choice a few times in the past couple of years. The food is reliable, but not terribly exciting, and quite overpriced, especially compared to similar restaurants in Southern California. Yesterday, I decided to try the chicken satay ($13.50 for large order, with 4 pieces of chicken), since I've been trying to eat fewer carbs. Chicken tenders were used, but they didn't seem like they were the freshest, as the meat fell apart quite easily. The meat was also dry and not at all juicy. They were supposedly marinated in "coconut milk, curry paste, and cumin", but were pretty bland. I initially thought the peanut sauce had a weird texture, but since the chicken was so dry, I ended up using most of the sauce. The chicken was served with Texas toast (strange choice for an Asian restaurant), as well as pickled jalapeno/cucumber/red onion, which ended up being the best part of the dish (although it was described as a "salad", I'm not sure what kind of salad is served swimming in brine).Chef's Choice is somewhere I go if friends want to go, or if someone else is paying, but it is not a restaurant I seek out on my own time/money.