This is a glatt kosher restaurant with a nice atmosphere, and an outside patio. A little bit noisy inside, as people usually come with their friends, family etc. The booklet menu is very thick, so it is unlikely you will not find something you like (within dietary kosher restrictions). Food (especially chinese and sushi) is very good and there is a large selection of wines. The really weak point is the quality of the service. It is slow and very disorganized. Dishes are served in a randomized order. So, the only solution is to share whatever you get and wait for the rest. A 18% gratuity is also automatically added to your bill! Prices are a bit above average.
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