This was our first visit to Stingray at the Biltmore. The atmosphere is a bit like a club, with techo-music prominently in the back ground. We sat in a booth in the bar area. There are some tables in another wing of the place. Same music everywhere though. The service was very good. The server was knowledgeable about each sushi roll, which is helpful the first time out. They first provide chop-sticks, then chop-stick cheaters, and then a fork for us infidels. I'm more einterested in enjoying my Sushi than in battling chop-sticks. Everything we had was very good. I wouldn't call this a sushi purist's cathedral, but we had 4 very good rolls, and their signature green tea for around $70.
They had a huge open window from the bar area out to the parking lot. It let in some air....and some flies which were a bit of a nuisance.
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